Toulouse: The internationals are at rest

Toulouse: The internationals are at rest

After the Six Nations tournament, the Toulouse crew have decided to give holidays this week to some of their international players, who will not travel to Castres this weekend.

This Saturday, in Tarn, we will again have the right to reduce the field of Toulouse. Traveling to Castres, during the 21st day of the Top 14, the current leader of the tournament will be deprived of several internationals, not to mention other injured players. In reality, After the Six Nations Championship, Ugo Mola’s staff decided to give a little vacation to some players who had played a lot during this period.

As a result, there are seven important elements in France’s fifteenth, left-field Cyril Bale, hooker Julien Marchand, second-line Thibaud Flament, third-line François Croce, scrum-half Antoine Dupont, opening-half Romain Ntamac and full-back Thomas Ramos rested this week as well. Third line England Jack Willis. Absent from the Champions League in the top 14, and therefore preserved before the eighth final match of the Championship Cup against the Bulls (April 2, at Ernst Wallon Stadium).

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Influenced in close-ups with Fabian Galletti’s Blues, right-back Dorian Aldeguerre will also make the short trip to Tarn, End of this week. If the Six Nations ends for a few days, Toulouse will otherwise experience another double, which shouldn’t be too detrimental given Haut-Garonne’s good run in the standings (11 points ahead of La Rochelle).

On the other hand, Second line Emmanuel Meafou (ischios) and Alban Placines (foot) are uncertain at the moment, while New Zealand’s right-hand post Charlie Faumuina in Castres should also be confiscated., according to Rugbyrama. To this should also be added the absences of Ange Capuozzo (shoulder), Arthur Retière (ankle) and Théo Ntamack (hand), while Anthony Gelonche (knee), Nelson Ibe (knee), Silifacio Tolovoa (hips) and Yannick Yoyot (foot) will be absent from the end of the season. season with Toulouse.

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