A new course on the side of RC Vannes

A new course on the side of RC Vannes

Officially kept in Pro D2 for next season, RC Vannes is moving to RC Narbonne for the final match of the tournament.

RC valves can explode. Two days before the end of the championship, Club Morbihan had already secured his maintenance in Pro D2 for next season. A real relief to the Breton players, who navigate the RC Narbonne park, Red Lantern, on behalf of the last day.

10 recruits have already been announced

With this maintenance obtained, RC Vannes can already look forward to next year. Thus, Breton Club announced the arrival of 10 individuals. Most recently, it was Belgium international Charles-Henri Berger who committed himself to the RCV. He arrived from Mont-de-Marsan, the leader of the Pro D2, where he was appointed as an independent medical worker. As the player said to himself “I am proud to be a part of this project. It is a new adventure that begins and above all an opportunity. »

A little earlier, at the beginning of May, it was the 2011 world champion John Avoa who signed Vanes. The New Zealander has signed a one-season contract with Brighton FC. “I am excited about this challenge and excited about the idea of ​​playing for a new teamwork and learning a new style of rugby. I can’t wait to take on all these young players in the Pro D2 Championship, and bring all my experience to my teammates and thus help RC Vannes achieve his goals.”

big renovation

10 Leaving, 10 Coming In: These are the moves announced at the moment in the RC Fan transfer window. A major revamp of the workforce for Jean-Noël Spitzer, who will therefore start a new cycle of next season. During the RC Fan’s attacking Fest against Aurillac (51-17), Darren Barry, Rodrigo Boni, Blaise Dumas, Morgan Filipponho, Andrél Picoult, Lilian Rossi, Pierre Pages, Lillian Sasras and Malan Rabot said goodbye to them.

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In addition to Afoa and Berguet, the club has also formalized the arrival of Alapati Leiua, Karl Chateau, Jean Chezeau, Erwan Nicolas, Juan Bautista Pedemonte, Maxime Lafage William Percillier and Romaric Camou.

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