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Six Nations: “We managed to silence the supporters” of the Vélodrome, relishes the Irish coach

Andy Farrell (England coach of Ireland, after the 38-17 victory against France): “Everyone would have been happy: we would have taken any victory.

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Six Nations: “We managed to silence the supporters” of the Vélodrome, relishes the Irish coach

Andy Farrell (England coach of Ireland, after the 38-17 victory against France): “Everyone would have been happy: we would have taken any victory. But there, a victory, in Marseille, on a Friday evening, to start the Six Nations Tournament... The more the match progressed, the more we managed to build this success and our performance. We got what we wanted, what we deserved. We showed composure against a French team which caused us problems. We managed to silence the supporters by remaining focused throughout the match. Sometimes, when you play against fourteen opponents, you tend to relax but not here. We knew how to be ruthless.”

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