Jeremy Davidson after CAB's 10-16 loss to Agen: "I wanted to go for the win" – Brive-la-Gaillarde (19100)


A small CAB. A very small CAB in fact. This Saturday night, Brive delivered a very small performance against Agenais just better, or rather less bad.
Too inaccurate near the lines as in Pau and especially in big trouble in touch, the Brivists have finally never been able to worry the SUA. Except that the men of Jeremy Davidson ended up having the match ball, against the course of play, at the last second.

One last opportunity missed by greed

After a good new thrust in the scrum, the CAB gets a penalty on the line of 40 meters Agen, slightly shifted. Two options are available. Attempt the penalty to recover a defensive bonus point or play the wins.
And it was Jeremy Davidson who decided. "We need some points and I wanted to go for the win, we did not go too many times, I thought this time it would be good, I wanted one last chance ".

Matthieu Voisin: "The worst operation"

Except that in the image of the match, the CAB committed a new error that was still fatal. Second defeat in two games. "This is the worst deal that could happen to a direct competitor," slid frustrated Matthieu Voisin after the meeting.
"We can only blame ourselves because we made the same mistakes as in Pau, it's really frustrating."
Frustrating and far from reassuring before receiving the ASM, Sunday, September 8th.
In Agen, Benjamin Pommier

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