France hits back on Wales and claims that they will anticipate CHEAT in scrum on the confrontation between Six Nations
“It’s a disrespect”: France hits back on Wales claiming they’ll CHEAT in the scrum for the Six Nations clash because they call it a “childish attack”
- France was angry with the Welsh prop Wyn Jones who suggested they would cheat
- Les Blues boss Fabien Galthie said it was a lack of respect for French rugby
- They also doubted Wales’s treatment of fly-half Dan Biggar who was fit
- The WRU sought advice after being hit three times in five months
France has taken advantage of Welsh suggestions that they will cheat in the scrum during the Six Nations clash on Friday
Prop Wyn Jones made the charge on Tuesday and Les Bleus boss Fabien Galthie responded by saying, “It’s a lack of respect for our scrum, for our team, for French rugby, for our nation.”
And team manager Raphael Ibanez added: “It was a blatant, childish attack.”
Les Bleus boss Fabien Galthie criticized Wales for lack of respect after the accusations
Team manager Raphael Ibanez (left) added that it had been a blatant and childish attack
The former Wasps whore added that he could criticize the way Wales dealt with Dan Biggar, who was fit after the WRU had sought expert advice, since the fly-half had suffered three hits in five months.
“We can also question the fate of their fly-half, which has been disabled several times, but has managed the concussion protocol managed by the Welsh federation,” Ibanez added.
Wales boss Wayne Pivac said: “We went to a world leader in concussion, who saw Dan during the World Cup. All precautions have been taken and he has been released to play. “
Prop Wyn Jones suggested that France might cheat if they face each other tomorrow
Dan Biggar is fit enough to play, despite three head beats in five months