UBB prepares the dam against Claremont

UBB prepares the dam against Claremont

Written by Yuan Lichuris

On Saturday (8:45 p.m.) the Bordeaux League will welcome the Beagle of Clermont for the first 14 qualifiers. Point in D-4

For this meeting of the final stages, UBB will have to dispense with Thierry Paiva (dislocated shoulder) and Yoram Movana (sprained ankle), both affected in recent games and who marked the end of their season, just as Jandre Marais, who was suspended for three weeks before the disciplinary committee For serious treatment while receiving Montpellier.

Uncertainty reigned over Cyril Kazuo’s participation in the quarter-finals. The second streak was urgently called up by the disciplinary committee after his yellow card against Toulouse. Will hear this Wednesday. “As much as I was very pessimistic about Gander (Marais), I find it difficult here,” said Christoph Orius. In the case of Cyril Cazeaux’s comment, “We planned everything,” the manager confirms.

Lam trained, Poirot spared

Last minute package In the last game against Toulouse due to knee pain, the New Zealand winger Ben Lamm trained normally on Tuesday afternoon. Issued as a precaution a few minutes from the end against Stade Toulouse, captain and brigadier general Jefferson Poirot was sent off at the start of the week and was content with physical work on the sidelines of the group on Tuesday afternoon. He should be able to play the jump against ASM.

Ben Lam trained normally.

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Aside from the long-term absentees (Diaby, Flancwart, Tollini, Gorgadzi, Kroos), only Lacha Tabidze (concussion) and Jean-Baptiste Lachaise were missing, and they have been called up by the French under-20 team to train at Marcousi as of From 9 June. To 16 to prepare for the Six Nations Championship.

After a big working session during this training session open to the public, Jean-Baptiste Dubes applauded with the fans in the stands, the whole team followed.

Jean-Baptiste Dube applauds the crowd in the stands, followed by the whole team.
Jean-Baptiste Dube applauds the crowd in the stands, followed by the whole team.

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