Enthusiasts: Racing 92: Fabien Garthié in tears to evoke the end of the career of Virimi Vakatawa (Video)

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Durant la conférence de presse organisée pour évoquer la fin de carrière de Virimi Vakatawa, pour cause de problèmes cardiologiques, Fabien Galthié, le sélectionneur du XV de France, a eu du mal à contenir son émotion. © Abaca during the press conference organized to evoke the end of the career of Virimi Vakatawa, due to cardiological problems, Fabien Galkié, the coach of the XV of France, had trouble containing his emotion.

This is a press conference under the sign of emotion that took place this Tuesday, September 6, at the Racing 92 training center in Plessis-Robinson. Virimi Vakatawa, the three-quarter center of the Hauts-de-Seine Club and the XV of France, has indeed formalized the end of his career for cardiological reasons. The player was surrounded by Jacky Lorenzetti, the president of Racing 92, Laurent Travers, the club manager and Fabien Galthié, the coach of the Blues. The latter has struggled to contain his emotion to evoke the exemplary journey of Virimi Vakatawa. "Destiny has made Virimi played its last three games with the Blues in Japan (last July, note). When we do high level rugby, we know that it is something that can happen" , Used the coach in the preamble, in words reported by RMC Sport.

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"When we receive him full whip, it is obviously touched. He was a key player in our adventure, of our history, he has was great. These last three matches was with us in Japan. He was still great. This example, we have to share it with our children and tell them to take advantage of each match as it was if it was the last ", continued Fabien Galkié. "When we left for this new story with a team that was young, he was one of the tauliers. He assumed his role as a great player and then, he was always up to the great moments and moments More difficult. This is also that, a great player ", explained the former scrum half. "It has always been exemplary in the a little more complicated moments. I can add more, but just watch the matches, and we understand the player he is. We live as we play, that says a lot on the 'Man that he is ", concluded Fabien Galkié, the voice arranged by emotion.

Very moved, Fabien Galkié could not hold back his tears when evoking the end of the career of Virimi Vakatawa.

- RMC Sport (@RMCSPORT) September 6, 2022

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