After having lived a truncated 2019-2020 season, the Top 14 could again suffer from the coronavirus. While the epidemic is returning to France and the government has decided to use confinement, the meetings must be held behind closed doors at least until the beginning of December. An uncertain situation which weighs on the clubs, and not only on the economic level. Manager of RC Toulon, Patrice Collazo is aware that the coming weeks could be important. “We don’t know what will happen in this championship. There are many constraints, postponed matches, confided the technician from Var in an interview with Var-Morning. We have to take the maximum number of points because if the championship is stopped, there could be an equalization … “
Collazo wants to avoid “too great an emergency of points”
After a complicated start to the season, with defeats in La Rochelle and Toulouse during the first three days, the RCT raised the bar. Indeed, the players of La Rade dominated Montpellier then Castres on their lawn at the Stade Mayol. However, according to Patrice Collazo, the Toulonnais should not stop there despite the duplication and the absence of the internationals. “I don’t want us to end up playing games with too great an urgency for points because we’re going to chain them together and it would be bad pressure,” adds the RCT coach. We have a block of four games which is indeed decisive for positioning ourselves in the standings and removing stress … “A month of November when the Var club will first receive Brive then go on two trips to Agen then to Bayonne before to conclude on their lawn against Pau with the aim of multiplying the good results to move up in the hierarchy.