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Wales keep title hopes alive with win over France in Paris

That's the riddle. Everybody says that those players are talented, but the team doesn't work. So one would logicaly blame St Andre. But then, what can he do when players just drop the ball (like its hot, drop it like its hot...).

12 Hours, 43 Minutes ago

Wales keep title hopes alive with win over France in Paris

I didin't watch the game, but still am disappointed!
Thoses french stats... how is it even possible to loose the ball so many times?
Losing the game, committing so many mistakes, and with 3-4 players getting injured.
No way it could have been a worse rugby saturday with Scotland losing to Italy.
Thank God Ireland won on Sunday!

1 Day, 6 Hours ago

Jamie Heaslip accepts cited Pascal Pape's apology but is out injured

Watched it again and again. I must say his knee seems to be way too high for a natural move, whatever the angle.
On the answer, i still believe it was classy. Sour or grievous answer wouldn't help, eventough he has every right to be. This doesn't mean it's acceptable. Maybe silence would have been a good answer too.
Regarding Pape, I do believe he s sorry that Heaslip is hurt. As a kid who do something wrong and regret the consequences. He s a fool.

1 Week, 6 Days ago

Jamie Heaslip accepts cited Pascal Pape's apology but is out injured


Not sure it was deliberate. Who can say, really?
But it's funny how St Andre "betrays" himself. He says it s not deliberate but then that you don't expect that from an experienced player.

classy answer from heaslip

1 Week, 6 Days ago

Ireland hang on against France to stay on track for title defence


He 's a classy player no doubt but he is one of the few who s been untouchable for the last couple of years. and lately he seems... absent. Not focused. Idk...not at the right place at the right time.

I like Fofana but he 's quiet bad lately. Basta = the opposite :-) He is in great shape but i don't like him. I remember clearly an action when he tries to pass to Fofana who is... 2m ahead of him. Can't blame Bast for not being able to pass

Mermoz is a riddle to me. They say he is the best in Top14. But with les Bleus he never did anything near good.

Not so long ago we lacked a good lock, no their is maybe too many possibilities. Seeing Tales at another position was intersting. Maybe its the solution, have them all playing at the same time! FTD, Lopez, Parra, Tales, Plisson, Kockott, Tillous-Borde, Doussain, Michalak, Machenaud... no more 3/4, only halves! :-) You can almost make a complete XV out of french locks!

I miss Picamoles :-(

2 Weeks, 1 Day ago

Ireland hang on against France to stay on track for title defence

France a far better side...for the last 20 min.
The stats are crazy. Before those last 20 min, it was like 65% possession and territory for Ireland, and at the end of the game it's 55% for France.

Not sure that the link was the major issue of this game. Every french player seems to have lost the ball at least once on the field. This is not Kockott's doing. Even if I agree he shouldn't be there (and not for so called patriotic reason)
Para-Lopez seems pretty obvious indeed.
Pape out, agreed.
Bastareaud's head clash on Sexton made me think of Carlos' song "Big Bisous" :-)

What do you think of Fofana? I wonder...maybe it would do him good to start on the bench once.

Speaking of wich, the bench was really convincing.

2 Weeks, 1 Day ago

Ireland and O'Driscoll celebrate 2014 Six Nations victory in Paris

Bastareaud...classiness... not sure those two words get along very wel :-)
But still a good thing to see on the field. He did seem sincerely concerned about Sexton.

11 Months, 2 Weeks ago

Wales achieve biggest ever win over 14-man Scotland in Cardiff

Still wondering how France couldnt do more VS Scotland...

11 Months, 2 Weeks ago

France break Scottish hearts with late winning penalty at Murrayfield

Have you seen the french interviews lately? Coach and players on the same page: it's not that bad, please support us and stop criticize.
Translation of Medard's quote: "when we win, we ask ourselves a lot of questions, when we loose, we ask ourselves a lot of questions, and when there s a draw, we ask ourselves even more questions"...

I think it's true : they all need antidepressant pills!

http://www.rugbyrama.fr/rugby/6-nations/2014/6-nations-2014-les-bleus-montent-au-front-sous-le-feu-des-critiques_sto4169726/story.shtml

11 Months, 3 Weeks ago

France break Scottish hearts with late winning penalty at Murrayfield

I agree with Scotland shooting their own bullet. Even more than not scoring penalties, the number of penalties conceded was really too high. To sum up it was a real bad french side winning VS a not so good scottish team... But at least Scotland seemed to be really trying. Regarding France, it seems more and more obvious that there is no team. "Les XV de France" is a good one. But I dont think it s a matter of arrogance. Maybe giving notes to every single player after every game isnt such a good idea. They seem to be focusing on their own individual game.

11 Months, 3 Weeks ago