The message is clear. Théo Idjellidaine (21 years old, 1m68, 71 kg) is “100% in Agen”. That’s good, the SUA needs the Revelois training more than ever. With Dorian Bellot’s metacarpal fracture on Monday, which should not be operational before January, and the return of selection of Tonga captain Sonatane Takulua just recovered from a tear in the calf, Théo Idjellidaine will naturally start this Thursday in Carcassonne . “We can also count on the young Espoir Romain Lefort”, assures Bernard Goutta who “saw him do great performances with the Espoirs and very good training with us”.
“I like Agen”
For his fourth tenure of the season (in 11 match sheets), Théo Idjellidaine knows he can count on the experience of Takulua, Lagarde or Lamoulie to express himself without restraint. “We are two young people at the post with Dorian (Bellot) who is a year older, it is by playing and making mistakes that we will learn. We have to go through it. “Not spoiled for his arrival at the SUA last season, the scrum half also benefits from better group dynamics. “It is sure that with victories, it is easier to build on your season, you are less stressed. »