The All Black team arrives in Paris!

The All Black team arrives in Paris!

According to L’Equipe, Stade Français has secured the signature of Brad Weber, the New Zealand half, who normally should arrive in Paris after the 2023 World Cup.

Sure, the arms race is raging for the top 14! The day after it was announced that South Africa’s third-line Sia Colse had signed Racing 92, On Wednesday we learned that Stade Français should have the All Blacks in its ranks next year. Indeed, according to information from the teamBrad Weber (31 years old) had agreed to join the club, which will be trained in a few months by Laurent Labette and Karim Ghazal. While he has 17 playing cards with the land of the silver fern, He was initially expected to be a half-chairman since 2014 in the French capital after the 2023 World Cup which was organized in France., which is likely to be argued. Weber was in Ian Foster’s group during the defeat against France XV in Saint-Denis (40-25), in November 2021. At Stade Français, the Napier native will come to reinforce a position that will know change at the end of the season.

Weber is in particular competition with Parra

Indeed, in this position The All Blacks must share matches with Morgan Parra, on contract until 2024, Jules Gimbert, who arrives from Bordeaux-Bègles, and young Canadian William Percillier., who should return to Paris after being loaned this season to Vannes (Pro D2). On the other hand, currently at the club, James Hall will undergo a slight change by joining Racing 92 next year, while Arthur Coville will not be retained, according to the team. By recruiting Weber, who has already competed in the 2019 World Cup in Japan with New Zealand, The SFP will make a nice move into a scrum half position with this qualitative and experience boost. As a reminder, President Hans-Peter Wild’s club will also be bolstered in 2023-2024 by Zac Henry, opening from Pau, as well as by centers Olivier Kleminchak (Racing 92) and Joe Marchant (Harlequins).

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