There are no top 14 games for Ireland winners

There are no top 14 games for Ireland winners

The fierce struggle against Ireland left its mark. As France’s XV struggled for their second win in two games at the 6 Nations Tournament in Stade de France last weekend, the French staff made a special request to the top 14 clubs. Of course, according to reports from MIDI, Olympic magazine’s Fabian Galtis has been told that most of the players who took part in last Saturday’s match against XV du Trèfle have been left out of the 18th day of the Top 14 this Saturday and Sunday. The program includes the number of matches for the 6-nation tournament. A request comes as XV’s employees in France want to see its key elements relax in a new meeting against Scotland on February 26 on Murray’s lawn.

Ramos alone has no rest

Although Gabbin Villiers will not be able to defend Toulon’s colors against Perpignan this Saturday due to a facial injury, he will not be allowed to travel to Scotland, as he will be the only player to feature at Stad de France last weekend. He can finally play with his club. Of course, Fabian Galti did not deploy Stade Toulouse’s opening half or half against Ireland. In other words, Gregory Aldrit, Eunice Atonio, Cyril Bailey, Demba Bombay, Dylan Cretin, Franോois Cross, Thibaut Flemont, Jean-Baptist Gross, Anthony Jolonso, Julian Marchand, Pieto Moupau, Rome , Melvyn Jaminet, Maxime Lucu, Yoram Moefana, Romain Ntamack and Damian Penaud will not be appearing in the team compositions announced before the meetings. When he was called up out of the 42 players preparing for the match against Ireland at Marcos on February 20, Pierre-Louis Barazi should take his place on the bench alongside Lyon.

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