It’s a completely crazy rumor that set France on fire and more particularly the ProD2 24 hours ago. The one that gives a lot of credit to a signing of the English international Mike Brown (72 caps) in the second French division, in Agen. Originally, it was information signed by the British media The Telegraph, mentioning all the clubs served by the soon-to-be 37-year-old rear, which gave credit to the case. Indeed, the Lot-et-Garonne club would have indeed filed on the file of the former captain of Harlequins, who comes out of a freelance on the side of Newcastle and who finds himself without a club, for the time being, but with the firm intention of finding an ultimate challenge.
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And based on the presence of his former Quins teammate Harry Sloan in Armandie, many have thrown stones into the water, saying that Agen could well be on pole to recruit the player so dear to Christian Jeanpierre. A group that is looking to rebuild itself could indeed come copiously and, at the same time, get the hang of it with another English back and grandpa, Nick Abendanon, he from the Vannes side… But other clubs are also on the way. Brown file, and in particular the Sale Sharks, eagerly looking for a last bastion of a certain caliber to replace the incumbent Simon Hammersley, who announced his retirement prematurely. To date, this is also the option that seems the most credible.
Brave Mike Brown lifts Ashton into orbit for impressive 80m test [VIDEO]Still, the Ealing Trailfinders, winners of the last English Championship, will also be on the spot according to the British media, as well as Worcester, who lost NZ Melani Nanai during the season. A last club which would therefore have the advantage of being able to offer him to always play in the first division. Unless it was end-of-career folklore, Brown chose adventure and ProD2. To be continued…