President of the Republic Louis Lacalle BoArrived last Sunday at United kingdom To meet with Prime Minister Boris Johnson, among other activities. Upon his arrival, the President wore a very special tie.
what is he talking about? When British Ambassador Faye O’Connor Lacalle Poe and Uruguay’s ambassador to the UK Cesar Rodriguez Zavala greeted him, he wore a tie Older children.
The president, dressed in a blue suit and white shirt, wore a Barcelona tie with yellow detailing and a lion, the club’s crest, embossed on each stripe.
Lacale Poe played rugby in his youth, first at the British School and then at Old Boys, a club founded by former students of this study centre.
It’s not the president’s first approach with rugby. On other occasions he showed himself in different relationships tyrosgifts from Uruguayan Rugby Union (URU).
Lacalle Beau even said he was present last year at Stade Charois to cheer for the team against the United States, as Celeste won a ticket to the 2023 World Cup in France.
Last month, in addition, it was at the Estadio Domingo Borgoño Miguel de Maldonado in the first international rugby match between Spartanos of Argentina and Phoenix of Unit 13 in Las Rosas, both made up of people deprived of their liberty.
The head of state took off and also pointed out the importance of this sport. “Gringos were so fractured that they made a sport for everyone, that one couldn’t play alone. You have the best opening in the world and you can’t do anything if you don’t have 14 players sticking together shoulder to shoulder,” he emphasized.
“The rules of rugby, as far as they were evolving and today they hit me, I threw it on the line and it was 5, forgive me judge, it was made so that everyone feels involved. They play fat, loin, long, low, fast and slow. It teaches you that it’s a team thing, and that no It is kept side by side. It teaches you to catch the fallen, respect the opponent, respect the judge. The judge always has reason and when I speak of judges I speak in the broad sense even if we don’t like it.”