The Red Army will operate the opening half and remain in the pits, jeopardizing the start of his Six Nations 2022.
Despite winning the first day of the Champions Cup, it was a very delicate moment for Munster. After confirmation in the final hours that head coach Johan van Gran will leave at the end of the season, Red Army opening halfback Joey Carberry will have to deal with injury.
The 26-year-old, who was born in New Zealand but was born in Irish, moved to Europe with his family at the age of 11 and had to leave the pitch after breaking his elbow in training. He will have surgery on Thursday and will definitely miss the next matches in Munster, and even at the Six Nations Key it will be difficult for Ireland to prepare for the opening of the tournament.
Carberry, who replaced Sexton in the match against All Blacks, was the worthy captain of the great Irish November, so he will have to stay in the pits for weeks. This was definitely not his lucky time as he returned a few months ago after a very long break due to a serious ankle problem. The only good news for Munster is that he has been in touch with the last 14 players (including players and staff) to return home after traveling to South Africa for the URC’s later canceled matches.
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