Ugo Mola (Toulouse) criticizes the management of the Covid-19 and the matches postponed to the last minute
After two games postponed, Ugo Mola takes his troubles patiently. In recent weeks, Stade Toulouse has seen two home matches, against English club Wasps in the European Cup and then French Stadium in Top 14, being postponed at the last minute when they had to be sold out.
Reports that could have been avoided if decisions had been taken more quickly in the face of the upsurge in Covid-19, believes Ugo Mola, the Toulouse manager. “On the impression that we are rediscovering a virus. Of course, it’s a variant, but we’re getting out of one and a half protocols and restrictions. Haven’t we learned two or three things? “, asked the technician this Thursday, during the press conference before the trip to Clermont, this January 2 in Top 14.
Beyond the financial damage, the reigning French and European champion points to a certain inequity in the reports, some clubs having been able to contest the 2nd European day or obtained victories on the green carpet. “Nothing prevented us from having an applicable protocol before postponing certain matches to the small week according to the wishes of certain clubs or certain presidents”, a late Mola.
“The only choice I want is for the rules to be the same for everyone. “
“I am part of a team that won in complicated sanitary conditions. So I’m not going to cry scandal if it’s another this year, he added. The only choice I want is for the rules to be the same for everyone. “
The National Rugby League (NRL) on Wednesday announced several changes to its health protocol aimed at minimizing the risk of intercourse in an already busy schedule. The matches of the 13th day of Top 14 postponed Sunday and Monday could be rescheduled during the Six Nations Tournament, a period in which the Toulouse Stadium is traditionally diminished by the absence of its internationals.