April 17, 2024

FRA-AFS: Heavy accusations against World Rugby and television

As the weeks go by, Les Bleus are still reeling from their defeat by South Africa in the quarter-finals of the World Cup. I still have the image of the referee blowing his whistle at the end of the match. He left and we just stood there. It was empty, recalled Uini Atonio in the columns of L’Equipe, adding: With the qualities that were in this team, I don’t see how we managed …

As the weeks go by, Les Bleus are still reeling from their defeat by South Africa in the quarter-finals of the World Cup. I still have the image of the referee blowing his whistle at the end of the match. He left and we just stood there. It was empty, recalled Uini Atonio in the columns of L’Equipe, adding: With the qualities that were in this team, I don’t see how we managed to lose this match.

For many, the main reason for this defeat against the S by Ben O’Keeffe. And the La Rochelle center put in a good word for himself on Tuesday, speaking to RMC’s Vincent Moscato. The former Parisian still has a chip on his shoulder about contact with Pieter-Steph Du Toit’s face, and regrets the strange choice of direction. I don’t know who was in charge of production and images, but on that particular action, the image was cut off at the moment of impact. And I think the most interesting thing about slow motion is the moment of impact, and especially the area of impact, which can potentially be a very interesting moment.st of a certain violence and a repeat of the previous season. After that, I don’t mind that I was potentially targeted in the ruck areas because I could have been poison for them. I don’t have any problem with that as long as it’s within the rules.