Un All-Black débarque à Clermont : Les Néo-Zélandais pas contents !

All Black arrives in Claremont: New Zealanders are not happy!


This week the Clermont club was awarded All-Black agreement for upcoming seasons.

According to information from Midi Olympique, third midfield Pita Gus Sowakula will be relegated to ASM next season.

Former basketball player in Fiji, the third line of Chiefs will bring his intensity inside the Clermontoise third line.

Note that Pita Gus Sowakula started rugby in 2016 after playing basketball. Moreover, some clubs in the United States were following him closely.

In the end, he decided to change sports and join New Zealand.

In 2018, the Chiefs called him up and lined him up in the second line. Little by little, he is moved to the third midfield position.

Performing well, the New Zealander was finally called up by Ian Foster in the Blacks’ group to face Ireland during the summer tour. extraction:

“I didn’t even watch TV when the list was announced, I was looking at the wall listening (laughs)! I didn’t even have my cell phone, it was the lady who read the messages to me! There was a little bit of emotion, of course.”

This departure worries New Zealanders.

Aaron Gill, a journalist for Stuff, was upset about his departure to France. extraction:

“How can one of the best players in Super Rugby, not just this season, suddenly go from first being called up to the All Blacks in June to not being one of the 63 players selected to shoot north in the coming weeks?”

Rejected by Foster, Soakola must settle in Auvergne to begin the third mathematical chapter of his life.

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