10:40 pm last night. Bernard Kwash, leader of the Catalan Dragons, makes everyone smile. For good reason: for the first time in its history, his team is in the Super League final (victory over Hull KR, 28-10).
Before returning from a tour of essential festivals after the return of Gilbert-Brutus and such a copy, he warmly replied: “What about putting a little more rugby with XIII’s tracks in the center of the map from France … and from England?” “Exactly! We are now recognized. Spectators on Sky Sports should have been the exception, with Be In in France. I hope the rugby union has a bright future.” Just minutes before the final whistle was blown, the stands of the stadium rose “Thank you Bernard! Thank you Bernard! Thank you!” The President should not be left unattended: “It’s heartbreaking, it’s cool. I’m glad all these people are happy. They loved rugby union, they still love it.” After a while, the match was not over, but Bernard Kwash was already online on the phone. Is this the first greeting you get from him? “It really started, and then it didn’t stop. All of these are my rugby friends in the south of France. There are rugby union enthusiasts who are happy tonight (last night, the author’s note). They let me know. I say it again, but I’m happy for them.” Now it’s time to take the last step: “It’s very difficult. But going to Old Trafford in this legendary arena is already a historic moment for the rugby union.” The stadium is now the Dream Theater with the nickname, President Bernard Kwach and all his people: “I will continue to dream!” “
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