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Top 14: Saint-André (Montpellier) evokes "a very long, complicated, difficult season until the last week"

2023-05-28T22:00:24.609Z

Highlights: Montpellier lost 7-7 to Pau in the French Top 14 on Saturday. Philippe Saint-André's side are currently fourth in the table. Montpellier have won just one of their last six matches in the Top 14. The French side face Toulouse in the semi-finals on July 3 at the Parc des Princes. The match was important to prepare for the future, according to Saint- and André. The club have made a statement over the case of Mohamed Haouas.


After the defeat against Pau, Montpellier manager Philippe Saint-André


Philippe Saint-André: "It is better to remember the second half than the first but this match was important to prepare for the future. The season was very long, complicated, difficult until the last week. Everyone knows the case and what happened. Mohamed Haouas was supposed to be a starter in that match. The club has made a statement, we trust the justice of our country. If the facts are true, it is impossible to condone things like that. Tonight, our young people showed character. I'm happy for them, to do 10 or 12 scrums in the Top 14, it's worth six months of championship hope. It is an accelerated learning process but it is very good for these young people. In the second half, we had an 18-year-old as a right pillar, another 19 on the left and in this context to make 7-7 in the 2nd half, it shows that we will have young people who will arrive and will enter the turnover. This year, we struggled to run as we would have liked to. Now the players are on holiday, the club will attack again on July 3 with a big preparation that we need to do

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Source: lefigaro

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