Decisive Days by Jonathan Dante

Decisive Days by Jonathan Dante

Well… a lot of aesthetic considerations. But if the player is examined in the coming hours and days, it will not be because of his hair choices, but certainly in relation to his health report.

Victim of a “minor injury” (in the words of the French Football Federation) to his hamstring during the match against Australia, which he played in its entirety, Jonathan Dante is under close monitoring. Its sessions will be adapted accordingly. But the crew refuses to consider him a losing player. “He’s just not sure,” we told her internally. “What he has, it’s not really much.”


For now, management is choosing to be “reasonably” optimistic about it. If he strives to limit risks so as not to endanger the rest of the competition, he always hopes to match this element with irreplaceable offensive and defensive striking power. In the past, Jonathan Dante had already demonstrated his physiological recovery abilities. Therefore, his feelings during the upcoming sessions will determine the decision.

If he surrenders, Fabien Galthie and his deputies will have to choose between Yoram Moivana and Arthur Vincent to replace him. “Collective experience” may lean toward the former, but the latter is a definite advocate. Future sessions will provide guidance on this issue.

Questions regarding the possible combination against the All Blacks are minimal. In the absence of Cyril Bailly as a left-wing man, Reda Wardi appears to have a starting lead over Jean-Baptiste Gros. Paul Willemse’s withdrawal has no impact on the trend that has emerged in recent days: Cameron Walke and Thibault Flament are expected to start in the second row.

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