I don’t remember my good memories of Clermont.
The Various have a problem because they were defeated by Stade Toulousain (28-8) the previous weekend. They need to get their revenge. Franck Azéma, who is now connected with Pierre Mignoni (another former member of the Clermont house! ), made the following scathing observation: “We spent twenty minutes watching them play.” We were non-existent. The Toulon coach bemoaned the fact that they were able to capitalize on our losses of too many balloons. As a first step, we produce a frustrating copy. Because we have never been able to be effective on simple things, Toulouse has consistently been able to dominate us. A turnaround is anticipated.
Franck Azéma asserts that he has moved on despite the disagreements that he had with the club where he had spent the previous ten years of his career. He revealed this to Olympic noon and said, “It usually resonates with things we’ve been through, but we’ve moved on.” This week, I have not been thinking about the happy times I had at Clermont. Instead, I have been focusing on getting ready for this big match, which will be played against a very talented team. That’s much more powerful than I can perceive.” Nevertheless, evidence suggests he is still thinking about the extracurricular activity in question.