Observers get lost in guesswork.
Why this war of words between Ugo Mola, the manager of Stade Toulousain, and Christophe Urios, that of Bordeaux-Bègles?
Off, on the Red and Black side, we shrug our shoulders to tell us that it is artificial.
“It's Urios who invents everything to create an identity at UBB.
He wants us to hate the Bordelais a little… ”
A bit short as an explanation.
By digging deeper, we find traces of a ferment.
Without completely proven facts, but with a bundle of presumptions.
More than twenty years ago, Ugo Mola, the racy back, and Christophe Urios, the gruff hooker, played together in the Castres jersey for two seasons (1997-1999).
And Mola, the younger of the two, now 48 years old, has the verb high.
A little too roomy for the taste of the old (55 years) who sees a lack of respect for his elders.
Not rugby, too funny.
An antagonism that continued when Urios found himself a young forward coach
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