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“It has been difficult because of the run of games that we’ve had and how intense training has been.
“The two European games were so close together and just off the back of the autumn (Tests) so there has been a bit of a delay with being back up and down to Dublin.
Jonathan Bradley With La Rochelle in Belfast on Saturday for a crunch Champions Cup tie (1pm kick-off), one Ulster player already knows what it's like to face the French side in a do-or-die clash, and in an odd twist of fate, it's likely he never would have made it to Kingspan Stadium without them.
Tommy Bowe heads up a committee that once or twice a month has past players coming in and getting them back in and involved around the squad.“As they have increased maybe people lose a bit of ego about who they play for so they are not as stubborn and realise that for their own career it may be a lot better to move somewhere else, even though it may be one of their biggest rival clubs.” And, while he has previously spoken of the interest from abroad he has received, he wants to remain at his home province.“Hopefully nowhere, all being well,” he says when asked where he’s off to.“Prior to the September camp we had just lost to Leinster so you could tell the Ulster boys were a bit p***ed off.“But you go down there and it is a good feeling to go down there after a couple of especially good wins over an inter-pro rival but in camp you tell there was a good buzz about the way they had played and it put a real positive spin on it.