Bigar does not lack ambition

Bigar does not lack ambition

Dan Biggar performed on Wednesday in Toulon, and he didn’t hide his ambition from the press: the Welsh half-timer wants to win the top fourteen with RCT, and why not this year.

With the arrival of Dan Biggar, Toulon will be hoping to go above and beyond this seasonWhy not nurture greater ambitions. Indeed, while New Zealander Ihia West looked a bit lonely as an opener, RCT struck a blow by recruiting the Welshman in November, who had previously played for Northampton Saints. The 33-year-old has arrived in recent days on Raddy, and was introduced to the press on Wednesday. Frank Azema was also present, and was able to say all the good things he thought of his latest recruit. “It seems clear, He is one of the best opening players in the world. He has great adaptability. We discover every day who the player is, especially the man. We are not surprised by his career when we see him on a daily basis. He’s a competitor. He comes to challenge himself here. “It’s good to have players with a temperament,” said the VAR manager in particular, in statements compiled by Rugbyrama.

Biggar wants to win the Top 14 title

“Whether it’s the workforce, the boss or the coaches, everyone here wants to be able to fight at the end of the season to win titles. For my part, Toulon is not an easy choice, I could have chosen easier, but I wanted to challenge myself by coming here and fighting.” for the title at the end of the year. I repeat again, here, everything comes together to win titles. I would like to become a champion of FranceFor his part, Biggar was fired at a press conference. (…) At the moment we have a lot of injuries but the top fourteen is not won in December or January, we have to be there from May to June. In addition, as the President indicated, other players will join us to expand the workforce. This season anyway, that’s the goal and I’m going to do everything I can to win the Top 14. Stade Mayol is already looking forward to seeing him play.

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