The rumor had been circulating for several weeks in Bergali, but was denied by Pascal Pape. According to CSBJ Rugby’s sporting director, Ioanne Maestri “will not come” to play for North Island next season in the National League (Third Division). The 34-year-old’s second line The former international (62 caps since 2012), is nearing the end of his contract at Stade Français Paris (Top 14) and will not be retained. The apparent relationship between him and Pappe, his former teammates with the Blues, could make this access possible for CSBJ who is looking for reinforcements to the second line, with Abongile Nonkontwana’s scheduled departure for Massey next season, as well as experienced players to continue his team. Progress.
“It would be unusual but not impossible, an expert in rugby puzzles trusts us. The national division is attracting more and more and clubs are looking for experienced players who can give them something in terms of image.” But Pascal Babb denies: “I don’t know where the information comes from, But Maestri will not come to CSBJ,” confirms the former second line (41), sporting director of Ciel et Grenat since last July. Varrois was born in Hyeres and trained at RC Toulon and part of Stade Toulouse for over a decade, He can continue his career in Japan According to Midol.
“I assure you that Tuva will leave.”
As we revealed to you last weekend, James will be leaving Tuva Burgoyne at the end of the season. The New Zealand team arrived just a few weeks ago and has already caught the attention of Pro D2 clubs and the Béziers are very close to signing, he who has not been engaged for two years with CSBJ, like the northern club -isérois wanted to make believe Or not. Pascal Pappe replies: “I confirm James is leaving. Unfortunately we were not able to sign him for two years as we wanted. There is an uncontrollable thing in rugby called ‘agents’. He was not very right with the club. I hope it doesn’t hurt his career because he is a good player and a man. Good. It’s like that, we at Al-Watania, it’s normal. Players aspire to play at their best and it’s sometimes difficult to maintain very good levels.”
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