via Simon Galinier
firmly, the RC Hyères-Carqueiranne-La Crau You didn’t get it right when hiring this summer. After recruiting a Tonga column Lonnie Oyla (32 years old, pick one), passed Claremont and the Rochelle Stadium, as well as the third Roman line from BayonneAnd Andrei Gorin (33 years, 34 caps), VAR have just hit another big hit by recruiting the New Zealand winger David Smith (34 years; 1.72 m, 95 kg).
Played in Narbonne (National) since 2019
Especially passed Toulon And caster, with whom he was the two-time French champion (in 2014 with RCT And in 2018 with ko), as well as the triple European champion with Red and black (2013, 2014, 2015), David Smith Developed since 2019 to Narbonne, employment National.
A bad knee injury early in last season, the seven-way New Zealand international is still involved in Audois club’s rise in Pro D2, particularly entering play during the National Final they lost to burg on press (16-26).
At the age of 34, the original test hunter from Manas (Samoa) will present himself with one last challenge at Federal 1, with the ambitious Var Club of RC Hyères-Carqueiranne-La Crau. He is the second player from Narbonne to put his bags on the field RCHCC, after a south african whore Elander Huggett (29 year).
He will also train juniors and coach the club’s youth
In addition to bringing all of his expertise to the first RCHCC team that Moin manages Gregory Le Corvik, the third international player to pass Perpignan, Toulon and Mont-de-Marsan, ” Smithy »It will also integrate with supervision VAR Club Training Center. “It is a real added value to our youth thanks to the experience it will be able to offer them and the advice it will give them,” RCHCC notes in its press release.
For several seasons, David Smith began retraining as a coach, already training the Cadet RC Narboney last year, and is currently passing his technical diplomas. Next year, he will oversee the development center and coach the juniors of Hyères. ” We want Focus on our training and to give our young people more resources in order to put them in the best conditions so that they can progress”, explains RC Hyères-Carqueiranne-La Crau, who aims to move to National 2 next season.
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