Stade Blayais masters its subject against Pessac (32-22)

“You have to be lucid about the quality of the performance, especially in the first half, but you also have to be satisfied with the victory because we played with fourteen for an hour. I think that if we hadn’t had this state of mind and this delivery, we could have experienced more difficulties in beating Pessac”, assured Blayais scrum-half Jo Marchive, very happy with his return to the club and who is training with Carl Mate, a hinge made in the game’s animation.

Work on discipline

This is the big downside: the indiscipline of this team Blayaise, impatient and probably a little too enthusiastic in this first game of the season. Between the impossibility of linking the offensive phases and difficulty in keeping the ball, it was difficult for the Blayais to set up their game as they had hoped, with too much ammunition given to very playful Pessacais. This will most certainly be one of the main areas of work before going to Léognan and then receiving Bazas.

Clearly, nothing alarming for this recovery. The copy is not perfect but Stade Blayais masters the subject and limits the breakage despite too many faults causing cards. They will have to straighten the shots fairly quickly in this sector to claim to fight among the best this season.

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