Zapping World Fifteen Rugby: Top 15 highest paid players
The Summer Tour now over, it’s the turn of the Rugby Championship to regain its rights. Indeed, this Saturday, August 6 marks the start of the competition for the 4 largest nations in the southern hemisphere, namely Australia, South Africa, Argentina and New Zealand. A competition that lasts several weeks and deprives European clubs of their best players.
This is particularly the case for ASM Clermont which initially had to do without two of its recruits, namely Irae Simone and Bautista Delguy. But Australia and the Argentine could possibly be available believing Rugbyrama’s information. Indeed, ASM Clermont would have negotiated with the two Federations and would have succeeded in obtaining an agreement to prematurely release the two players to be present for the start of the TOP 14 championship.
Good news for the Clermontois who had to be able to count on two flagship recruits from the back lines. On the other hand, Jono Gibbes should be a composer without his rough Argentinian second line, Tomas Lavanini, retained for the entire competition with the Pumas.
Irae Simone and Bautista Delguy were to be present for the start of the season with ASM Clermont despite the Rugby Championship taking place at the same time. The club would have negotiated the different federations of the players
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