Stade Français: Paul Alo-Emile back in training

The last time Paul Alo-Emile played a rugby match was on March 6, 2022 and the match between Stade Français and Toulouse. The right prop was substituted at kick-off and replaced Giorgi Melikidze. Since then, nothing. Until the end of the last season, he was injured, suffering from pubalgia, by the capital club.

It was finally the president-owner, doctor Hans-Peter Wild, who evoked a depression for Paul Alo-Emile as the noises occurred more and more insistent. However, no return date was scheduled.

In the rehabilitation phase

On October 20, his brother Moses Alo-Emile, left pillar of the Stade Français, nevertheless explained at a press conference: “He is getting better and better, and even much better than several months ago. I do my best to help him. For now, he is taking time out of rugby with his family. We obviously have news, but we let him recover, and get back in shape. The club supports him, accompanies him, and he begins to get better. »

Paul Alo-Emile went to Australia for a while. Upon his return in November, he began to make a few appearances at the club again. He was also active again on social media.

Last week, a new step was taken by the pillar. Paul Alo-Emile put on the crampons to resume training. A return to competition is still premature. The player of Samoan origin is in the re-athletization phase. The Stade Français has also recently recruited the South African pillar Vincent Koch.


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