Romain Netamak should reclaim his No. 10. The opening game of Toulouse, pinned to a three-quarter position during the first two games of this round in November, is in pole position to start in his preferred position, the shock against the All Blacks. Saturday evening (9 pm), as shown on Tuesday by RMC. The 22-year-old will be training intensely on Wednesday afternoon in this role, where he and teammate Antoine Dupont form the hinge responsible for directing the Blues’ match against New Zealand.
Against the rugby world standard, the French team wants to put more weight in their three-quarter streak and former Stade Francis midfielder Jonathan Dante should start alongside Gael Fico. The player’s 106 kilos from La Rochelle and his ability to influence combat are valuable assets in the eyes of the blues crew. Dante, 29, returned in the second half, victorious over Argentina and Georgia.
Automation franchise with Antoine Dupont
But the other major option is to bring Mathieu Jalibert back to the bench. Fabien Gallett builds on the very good relationship between Netamak and Dupont, who both dodge in training at the Toulouse stadium, and their mechanics to confuse the New Zealanders. So Bordella should start the match on the sidelines, he is the one who played both games against Pumas and Lilos, a meeting that ended in the back.
For Roman Netmak, it’s a happy turnaround. The first half had left the field, looking frustrated, in the 54th minute of the match against Argentina, the first experience of his promising association with Matteo Gallibert on paper. The Blues staff, through back coach Laurent Labett’s voice, came to his defense the following week and explained that it was necessary to leave time for the pair to train. After two joint meetings, the fan track must separate when the match kicks off on Saturday night.
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