By CM with AFP 26/08/2013 18:15, updated on 26/08/2013 at 18:18 @ RugbyramaFR
A time to move Saturday in Clermont and chain in less than a week of clashes with statements against Montpellier and Racing-Metro, Toulouse is already facing a shortage of front-line, since the absence of players selected by the Four Nations adds a litany of injury concern. "The story continues. Last year we had the same problems in the same positions, " recalled, fatalistic, President René Bouscatel, even suggesting a "true black cat" on these positions. On Monday, he had to find solutions, the center of the meeting between Mr. Bouscatel, the coaching, Jean-Michel Rancoule in charge of recruitment and Jean-Luc Brumont executive director. Already, he did not release names, manager Guy Noves has not dismissed the idea of using one or two medical joker, without commenting on the issue firmly.
The fact is that Toulouse has been a real catastrophe in the win last Saturday in enhanced Ernest-Wallon (40-3). Georgian pillar Vasil Kakovin , ruptured cruciate ligaments in his right knee which puts him on the side almost until the end of the season. The right pillar, Antoine Guillamón will be unavailable for his part eight weeks after suffering a fracture of the third metacarpal bone of a hand. And to complete the picture, hooker Jaba Bregvadze, shot in the back of the knee in the third line Jean-Jo Marmouyet (70th) and with three fractures of the mastoid will be sidelined for "at least 45 days" according Noves.
Noves: "I have every confidence in the Disciplinary Committee"
At least the club have the strength of the experience. Already last year, the management was forced to call William Servat , former hooker just appointed forwards coach, to overcome injuries (South African Gary Botha , of Bregvadze) or suspension (of Christopher Tolofua ) . This year, Toulouse is yet considered safe such a phenomenon with the signing of the South African hooker Chiliboy Ralepelle and the renewal of his compatriot Gurthro Steenkamp . "But we have been unlucky in quotes because we recruited two South African players that we did not expect to be selected and they sound t, " admitted the president Bouscatel evoking signatures Ralepelle and scrumhalf Jano Vermaak.
In the meantime, Toulouse can count on the return of Steenkamp flash between two days Four-Nations for the trip to Clermont. It will also rely on the Hopes Cyril Baille, 19, author of an excellent entry against Bayonne . However, Ralepelle, shot in the back - too! - Mid-August with the Springboks will not be available. Then the Stade Toulousain, pending possible wildcards, will have a rounded back. If it showed a certain resignation to the media on these outages, Guy Noves not least expressed anger about the gesture Marmouyet resulting in injury Bregvadze. "I have every confidence in the Disciplinary Committee of the League, which does a very good job, " he said, adding hopefully "not to see this player soon on the land."
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In the end it is God's will whether we go. Still if some inventor comes up with a cancer cure, this is also God's will, and like fighting other diseases, I think we should celebrate it if it happens. What is almost a complete waste of money though, is all that is poured in the universities and medical centers so "scientists" can publish papers nobody understands, that don't do a damn thing for the common person. It is kind of a welfare for geeks. Get some businessman, give him the freedom to hire top people and I guarantee you, we will have a cure within a year. I meant more that if FORCED to choose between cancer research and art, I would choose cancer
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