Christophe Urios offers a festival of punchlines in a post-match press conference

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Union Bordeaux-Bègles yesterday beat Racing 92 (36-16) in the play-offs and rose for the second consecutive season to the semi-finals of the TOP 14. The Girondins responded to a tough opponent and accustomed to this type of meeting for many years. This commitment obviously pleased Christophe Urios who had tickled, if not more, his leaders in the press before the meeting last week. The UBB manager offered some salient new phrases at a press conference last night:

“For three months, there have been so many broken promises… sometimes you lose matches because the opponent is stronger. we imagined winning, it has the gift of inflating me. Today, we just restored a truth. That’s what I told them after the match, being very basic because I didn’t want to talk (…)

I got into the locker room this week. It’s the first time that ‘everyone against me to go to war’ has happened to me. I’ve never had to coach a band like that. So I’m learning.”

About Cameron Woki, author of an essay, he says: “Let him continue to score tries, but I would have preferred him to do it in Perpignan. The rest of the stories are smoke. You have to be careful. The boss is me, nobody other. I know where I want to go in Bordeaux. And if it’s not going well, I’ll leave Bordeaux.”

to summarize

Union Bordeaux-Bègles manager Christophe Urios spoke for a long time in a post-match press conference after the play-off won against Racing 92.
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