Rugby – Top 14: tried on the shoulder, Alan Brazo will miss USAP for several months

Injured in the shoulder at the end of last season, he played the first injured games this season with the USAP.

He played injured for a long time, hoping that it would hold up. But in the end, he had no choice but to have surgery. USAP third line Alan Brazo took to the pool Thursday morning to undergo ligament surgery in his right shoulder. Touched last season, during the access-match against Mont-de-Marsan, the Catalan third line relapsed at the start of the season.

Until the end of the first block, he was nuanced, playing with pain and sometimes under infiltration. But the arrival of a reinforcement in the third row, Brad Shields, and the return of selection of Joaquín Oviedo, allowed Perpignan to have a little more flexibility in his position and he was finally able to make himself work. He is expected to be out for four months.

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