France XV have a meet for the first Test against Australia in Brisbane this Wednesday. The Blues will try to create this record, as a working group is often redesigned for the event. The meeting will continue 12 hours Surely Canal +.
Without many of its executives, France XV begins its tour of Australia this Wednesday. For the first time at the behest of Fabian Chaldean, the Blues will play several games in a row against a team from the South. The task promises to be complicated for the most inexperienced blues.
This first Test against Australia will continue this Wednesday 12 hours Surely Canal +. With the second team, France, in its very similar structure, in a very similar structure, defeated England, the vice-defensive world champions, in the final at Twickenham in early December, in the fall of the Nations Cup (defeat AD 22-19).
“There’s an element of emotion when you put on the France team jersey for the first time,” said Rafael Ibanez, the general manager who was the former captain of the Blues. “This emotion should be positive, it should allow players to go beyond themselves, (…) find the right balance to take action and focus on the strategy we are trying to put with them,” he added.
Subject to a rigorous health protocol upon arrival in Australia, XV completed his fifteen days in Sydney, France, where the meeting should have taken place early, was able to reach Brisbane on Tuesday, where the match was finally moved to Covid 19 for reasons. The other two trials are scheduled for July 13 in Melbourne and July 17 in Brisbane.