A proud match as a farewell prize: He will lead after the meeting between the British, Irish Lions and Japan in Edinburgh this Saturday, Pascal Gazer will end Up to 15 years of professional rugby refereeing. Native of Montfort-en-Chalos (Landes) “A set of small signals“To explain Her decision. “As a high level referee, you need a certain amount of mental rigor to return to the pitch each week. When you realize that you are a little stronger mentally and a little tired physically, it is important to know how to decide when and where to stop your career.“The black man tells Franz Blue Gascoigne.
He started his career at Landes in his club Montfort-en-Chalos, after receiving a red card while still a player: “CThat’s right, I’m transparent in it, I got a red card after a game. But I never wanted a referee, and that was completely justified.“The rest is a lightning rise for Pascal Gosier: his first match at Prodi 2 in the 2004-2005 season.”An emotional highlight“, Before climbing into the top 14 next season:” C.Evolving at this level is a great recognition.”
One of my best memories is of meeting Fiji-Uruguay at the 2019 World Cup in Japan. Emotionally, it was very strong.
In 2015, Pascal Gèser knew the joy of arbitrating A top 14 final (Stand Francis win 12-2 against Clermont) Good memories With meeting Fiji – Uruguay He came to power during the 2019 World Cup in Japan and the second World Cup in England in 2015.Thousands were killed in the city of Kamishi, which was devastated by the quake and 40-meter-high waves. The stadium was rebuilt near a school. It was an extraordinary match for the referee, this victory for Uruguay and the excitement of the children and supporters on the stands … From this match, I keep the pride and joy of the players and the Japanese. Emotionally it was very strong.“
Pascal Gazer already has a redevelopment project. “In the field of human resources“, Where I used to work.
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