Published Tuesday, 25 September 2012
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Interview: Johann Muller
Interview: Mark Anscombe
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Players will travel to Cardiff this weekend after what has been the most difficult two weeks in the club's history.
Emotions are still raw at Ulster rugby after the loss of 22-year-old rising star Nevin, who died in a slurry accident along with his father and brother a week and a half ago.
And now Ulster face the tough task of stepping back out onto the pitch without him.
There will be memories about Nevin, he will be in our hearts and performance on the field.
"It has obviously been very tough for everybody, it has been very emotional and from a personal point of view and from a team's point of view it has been the toughest time of all of our careers," said Ulster captain Johann Muller.
"But it is a new day and if Nevin was here he would want us to move on and to get back on to the pitch and put a smile on our faces and start playing again.
"Hopefully we can do this on Friday night."
Speaking of the memorial service that was held at Ravenhill on Sunday, Muller believes faith has helped the Spence family and members of the squad
He continued: "From a personal point of view it has been massive and there are a lot of questions, especially from a faith point of view, things like this happen but at the end of the day we have to trust that there is a reason and a message behind this.
"Even though it is really tough to do, we met with the family on the Sunday and the comfort we got from them and from their faith was incredible. His mum and sister are unbelievable and they almost comfort us, it shows the faith they have is a wonderful thing."
Ulster coach Mark Anscombe has never experienced a challenge like this before but he insists his team are prepared for this Friday's game
He said: "We train on Friday and playing again on Saturday, the guys are away on National camp yesterday and today, we have a train tomorrow and will be ready to go.
"We are looking forward to the Cardiff game and the guys want to play so there will be no excuses and we will get out on Friday and do our best performance."