World Cup 2023. When will we see South Africa and the All Blacks in the top 14?

World Cup 2023. When will we see South Africa and the All Blacks in the top 14?

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Like any self-respecting post-World Cup, the post-2023 Rugby World Cup will see its share of moves, with players returning to their clubs after a well-deserved break, or joining their new destinations to start from scratch in a new world. an exercise.

The latest about the Rugby World Cup 2023 matches, when you will be able to see the progress of the finalists Sam Whitlock, Sia Kolisi or Nebo Laulala In their clubs Top 14 His own.

The World Cup finalists are in the top 14, drop by drop

Things are relatively clear with the French internationals, as due to the FFR/LNR agreement, they are all entitled to a mandatory week off after losing a quarter-final. The rest is owned by the clubs to manage for the rest of the season. “We will do it as requested,” we were told in particular in Toulouse.

On the other hand, when it comes to international foreign players, situations are generally managed on a case-by-case basis between the player and his club. Marvin Urie For example, he decided to join Perpignan without passing through South Africa where the Springboks’ title celebrations began.

Sam Whitlock in Pau in early December

We can imagine that ’92 race, which will recover Trevor Niakan We will welcome the leader of the world champions Sia Kolisiwill give his players more time to celebrate their victory and then recover.

Likewise, 2H All black line Sam Whitlockthe Paloise Division’s main recruit must arrive at Béarn Around the beginning of December.

“I’m still here speaking English, it will be completely different when I return to France, but that will be in about a month,” he said in a press conference after the World Cup final.

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Laulala in Toulouse in the second half of November

all blacks column, Nebo Laulala, will arrive in advance in Toulouse. Information taken from the Toulouse club, that the arrival of the New Zealander is scheduled for “the second half of November.”

For Montpellier, Richard Cockerill admitted on Sunday after welcoming the Ile-de-France residents that he hopes he can count on half of the South African team. Cobus Reinach For 6H The best 14 days (November 11) and Clermont arrives at the GGL.

As for the future of Toulonnais Leicester Fainga’anuku, it is a bit more ambiguous. Director of Rugby Pierre Mignone said: “Leicester will not be here immediately. He will return to New Zealand to resolve some administrative issues and then arrive in November.”

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