Tuesday, 13 September 2011

Merci, Patron

It very much looks like the French team may have to play this Rugby World Cup without much support from coach Marc Le Fou.

Lièvremont labelled his team's overall effort against Japan as being "polluted with approximations, technical errors, indiscipline", adding "a dozen penalties against us and so many mistakes made on moves that were relatively easy."

He also singled out Imanol Harinordoquy, as being "very lackadaisical" while half backs Dimitri Yachvili and Francois Trinh-Duc were merely "lacklustre."

The solution?

"They’re the ones playing, they are out on the pitch, it’s up to them to sort out the problems."

Cheers, coach.

1 comment:

Nursedude said...

It is part of a mad plan to get the players united against their coach. Nothing like throwing your players under the bus to develop esprit de corps...