Toulouse plans to spare its French internationals for the 2023 World Cup

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Toulouse plans to spare its French internationals for the 2023 World Cup

Stade Toulousain is going to experience a somewhat special season. With many internationals in its workforce and in particular a lot of French people, the club will rotate its workforce to avoid overstretching certain players.

We spoke with the staff of the France team and our players. We set the scene. I’m not a fan of it but a rotation (of players) is planned over given periods so that we manage to spare our troops “, announced Ugo Mola, coach of the Rouge et Noir.

Aware that one season 30-35 matches like Dupont’s previous one or Ntamack would be detrimental to the Blues, the former wing three-quarter said: ” I will do everything in our power to allow our players and as many people as possible to participate in a World Cup in France. »

While already laying the groundwork: “ I will not sacrifice the results of the club against anyone and for anything. Priority will be given to Stade Toulousain in general. » Summarizing the situation in one sentence: “There is what I want to do, what Fabien Galthié wants to do, what the players want to do and what life will allow us to do: constraints, injuries, deadlines, needs of the club…”

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