XV in France. Anthony Jellonch praises Gabin Willier: “He’s a dog, he’s not let go.”

Line 3 of France XV, Anthony Jellonch, praised his teammate Gabin Villiers’ exemplary attitude on the ground. (© FFR screenshot)

Gabin Villier Is back. And this is very good news XV in FranceIt prepares the meeting against Wales, counting to 4And Day 2022 6 Nations Tournament. The Blues are still in contention to win a Grand Slam they have not won since 2010.

The author of the Titanic match in Ireland on February 12, Toulon’s winger (10 picks), however, dropped the feathers. The frontal sinus was found to be fractured and he was forced to abandon his trip to Scotland. “I watched this match alone. Most of the boys from Toulon were far away. I was alone, but I was so excited in front of my TV, ”Villier smiled.

Willier: “When I get back, it’s great.”

That smile says a lot about his health. “When I come back, things are much better! I did what was necessary to recover, to come back, and to return to good health, ”he told a news conference on Monday, March 7.

When he was in Toulon, Willier did not stay in his corner doing nothing. No, all he wanted was to find the blues as soon as possible. On February 24, 12 days after the match against Ireland, he was already in pitch training. “He’s always ready to train. […] After all, Gabin does not want to lose the speed and quality of training. The sooner he returns, the better, ”explained Toulon manager Frank Asema.

Jellonch: “It’s good he’s on the team.”

Willier is one of the safest bets on this XV in France. In his post, the native of Wire (Calvados) is unanimous. “He’s a weird winger. It’s great to have him on the team, because he’s a dog, and he’s never let 1 outTime In the 80sAnd“, 3 underlinesAnd Line Anthony Jellonch.

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Toulouse even cheered on him: “Against Ireland, he smashed us 2-3 balls and made devastating tackles on us on their winger. To be honest, he is very important in this group. I’m glad he’s with me. Villier whispered to him: “You are beautiful.” Yes, this XV in France lives well. And he is on his way to achieving something great.

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