Aurélien CANOT, Media365, posted on Monday, November 15, 2021 at 1:29 pm
After ribs were damaged on Sunday in Bordeaux during the big win over Georgia, Julian Marchand was forced to give up on Monday for France’s 15th meeting, against New Zealand on Saturday night at the Stade de France. As he was on the grass at Groupama Stadium on Sunday, he could be replaced by Toulouse teammate Beto Mofaka. Rochelais Pierre Bourgarit has been called to replace Marchand in the 14-man squad who will prepare for the Test against the All Blacks.
Julian Marchand (26) will miss Saturday against the All Blacks. Here’s the news that Fabien Galthey, who has founded Toulouse thirteen times out of fourteen since taking office, would have gone well as the week began on Monday which would lead to the bulk of the Autumn Nations Series on the fifteenth of France, Saturday evening ( 9:00 pm) at the Stade de France in front of 80,000 spectators facing the formidable New Zealand. However, the French coach must have suspected that the prostitute of the 15-election French and European champions started on Sunday in the Groupama turf in Bordeaux during the Blues’ great victory over Georgia (41-15), as had already been done during the first exit of the French In the framework of this autumn tour, against Argentina in Saint-Denis, he was unable to answer this Saturday in front of the New Zealanders. After injuring his ribs (Galthié then indicated that his prostitute had a rib cartilage), on the Sunday just before the first half against the Georgians, after a five-meter French scrum, No. 2 of the Blues, writhing in pain, immediately snuck into the coach of France 15th striker William Cervat a “He’s dead!” That talked a lot about his chances of participating in Saturday Night’s Shock.
The burgerette was called on Sunday evening
So there was no real surprise to see the name Pierre Bourget is among the 14 players They were selected to join the Marcoussis group that called to challenge the triple world champions on their home soil on Saturday. Rochelle has been called in to accurately make up for Marchand’s absence, who has since officially pulled out of the game against the All Blacks on Monday. On the grass, when the match kicks off, On the other hand, it is Peato Mauvaka, except for the surprise (Bourgarit himself or Gaëtan Barlot could thwart expectations) who must take the place of the native of Saint-Gaudens. Marchand’s teammate in Toulouse, New Caledonia had already taken over from his club partner on Sunday in the Gironde. A week after finding a loophole in front of the Argentinians, he came back for testing.
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