Toulouse “has nothing to lose,” Entamak says

Toulouse "has nothing to lose," Entamak says

Toulouse, despite being the defending champions, “did not lose” in the first quarter (26-20) of the 16th second round of the European Rugby Cup on Saturday against Ulster, after losing in the international fly. -Half Romain Ntamak said Tuesday.

Q: How do you feel after losing the first leg of a 70-minute shorthand game?

A: “Given the face we played against Ulster this weekend and the size of the game, we have a lot of expectations in the return game. Even at the age of 14 we sent a lot of games. As we leave, we’re full of expectations .We are trying to stay in this direction and undermine them.It’s already easy to play with areas of the game (…) 15. Money.

Q: Is the pressure even greater as the current champion?

A: “Of course we’ve going to Ulster with a title to defend, but in the end we have nothing more to lose. I do not think we’re loved. , We saw we were doing extraordinary things, we’ve never lost our rugby, we know we’ve always had it, we’re going there and have the same intentions above all else not to regret it at the end of the match. “

Q: You won the same stage last year on the lawn of another Irish province, Munster (40-33). Is this to comfort you?

Answer: “It’s going to be harder, because we’re starting to have a flaw, this time we’ll be playing at home, with the public. It’s a different face, we’re in a different form then. We’m familiar with knockout matches. We’ve been working hard since the start of the season. Play these matches. “

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Statements taken at the press conference

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