Yanik Nyanga, the current sports director of Racing 92, will take over as manager of the club’s Espoires next season. Also, Mike Prendergast should leave Hauts-de-Seine at the end of this exercise.
This Wednesday the staff reviewed Racing 92’s Communication Strategy. In the morning, The top 14 clubs based in Hauts-de-Seine have announced an expansion of 15 units., A complete team including several executives of workers such as Hooker Camille Chat, Ibrahim Diallo and Henry Chavansi. Moreover, the future of talented and promising young players, who have been promised a bright future at a high level, is long-term with Cial et Blanc. The future of Racing 92 is represented by Nolan Le Garek and Hassan Collinger.
However, this Wednesday was also marked by other announcements, which did not come from the club itself. Accordingly Olympics in the afternoon, Mike Prendergast leaves the Isle-de-France at the end of the season for family reasons. After spending three seasons with Laurent Travers, who has been separated from his famous partner Laurent Labit since 2019, the coach of the three-quarters and racingmans attack will return to Ireland with his family. XV of France to take charge of the rear.
The final mission and the twins?
Mike Prendergast, a former player for the former Irish province of Munster, will be there next season. Graham Rowntry, future manager of the Limerick-based Red Army, serves as assistant.. Before this departure, Irishman and Racing 92 will play an interesting end to the season in two figures. Seal et Blancas will host the Sharks de Sail in the quarter-finals of the Champions Cup for the first time this Sunday at the Paris La Defense Arena. In the league, Jackie Lorenzi, the club’s chairman, finished 4th and has a good chance of making the final round.
Managing Manager of Hopes
As always Olympics in the afternoonFormer manager of Bordeaux-Begles, Jeff Teeg will succeed Mike Prendergast to the racing 92 bench.. An election that has not started since yesterday as his name has already been mentioned in 2019 to compensate for the departure of Laurent Labit. This change in the organization’s chart comes with another, as the club’s former third international and sports director since the end of his career, Yanni Nyanga will be closer to the field as he wishes. He wants to pursue a career as a manager, so he will hold this position in line with the club’s expectations.
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