Australian center Kyle Goodwin approaches

Australian center Kyle Goodwin approaches

INFO RMC Sport – Australian multi-use center back Kyle Goodwin (29, pick one) has given his approval for Lyon for next season.

LOU has its newest recruit. In search of a position for the next season to compensate for the unexpected departure of New Zealander Charlie Ngatay, the Rhone club studied many foreign leads. And in Australia, Lyon, who next season trained under Xavier Garbagosa who will replace Pierre Mignone, found happiness. According to information from RMC Sport, Kyle Goodwin has already given his approval to the Lyon captains and should formally commit to it soon.

The 29-year-old, also capable of playing on the winger and in the opener, is currently playing for Western Force (with whom he has played seven Super Rugby matches since the start of the season, each time as a starter). He has a pick with the Wallabies, he was against France in November 2016 in Saint-Denis (he was allied with the number 12 at the back). This will be his second European adventure after a stint with Ireland’s Connacht, from 2018 to 2020.

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With this reinforcement approaching, LOU will have completed its recruitment for the upcoming season. Several entrants have already been completed, including Paolo Tavilli, New Zealander Liam Coltman and South African Arno Botha. But the future of Matteo Bastarod, who has been out of action for several months, has not yet been decided.

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