In 2021-2022, Gregory Pattot will no longer train Stade Rochelice

In 2021-2022, Gregory Pattot will no longer train Stade Rochelice

The former third tier, who joined the club in 2016 to take charge of Hopes, won in 2018 with forwards after Patrice Colosso. The reorganization of officials around Ronan O’Gara has, according to our information, created an insurmountable obstacle.

So Gregory Pattot’s final match within the Rochelleise staff will be a top 14 final. He has lived with him since winning two of the top 14 semi-finals (2019, 2021), a Championship Final (2021), a Champions Cup (in 2021) and a Challenge Cup (2019) in 2018. Near the sea fronts.

At the start of the 2020-2021 season, if Jonah Gibbs had found an internal balance as he approached the pitch, things would have been further complicated by the reorganization of officials around Ronan O’Gara and the imminent arrival of his ex-partner. In Munster, Donacha Ryan. The second-tier Irishman, who defeated Rochelles Racing in the semi-finals of the Top 14, will take charge of the forwards with Roman Carmignani as his assistant.

Under the contract until 2022 – which leaves no more rights for the Gers – the group is responsible for playing the game each week. But, as far as we know, this distinction will be smooth between the two parties.

He was responsible for the arrival of Gregory Aldrit and Pierre Bourgarit and found Remy Bordeaux and Reda Wardi in the Pro D2 Championship. Attached to the club’s project and players, he will be remembered as a technocrat focused on human relations.

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