Leinster backs coach Felipe Contepomi held a virtual press conference and referred to the return of Pro 14 in which his team will play its first game against no less than a classic rival, Munster. “It’s a nice game to come back,” he analyzed.
Regarding the cases of Coronavirus in recent weeks, he said: “We control what is in our power to take care of ourselves, we cannot do too much of the rest.” Although he admitted “It will be a different game without an audience, something new. I do not know if it is strange, but it is all new for us in terms of what we are experiencing and I think for everyone. After seeing what happened in the country in In recent months, I think that being able to see rugby again and make it a derby is always welcome, “said Felipe.
The ex-opening of Los Pumas also referred to the challenges that lie ahead: “They have trained in an amazing way and it will be a headache for the coaches, with so many games ahead, it can also be a bit tough for some players. No there is room for error in the finals. It is the strange thing about this, after four months without playing we are going to such important games and we are all in the same situation. I think we are preparing the best we can and we need everyone in their best version. “