Une célébrité fièze met fin à son contrat et explique quelques raisons.

Une célébrité fièze met fin à son contrat et explique quelques raisons.

Fiji rugby sevens star Josua Vakurunabili on the emotions behind his Tokyo  2020 Olympic triumph

In our most recent transfer update, Montpellier is set to make another contentious addition, Northampton Saints bid farewell to a Fijian star, and the Bulls have revealed two new additions ahead of the 2019–20 season, including another Springbok.

The Bulls have signed two new players, following their defeat by Glasgow Warriors in the United Rugby Championship final.

Aphiwe Dyantyi, a winger for the Springboks, left the Sharks after just one season following his return from a four-year doping ban. He signed a two-year contract with the Pretoria team, valid until June 2026.

The 29-year-old remarked, “This feels like a second opportunity.”

“Being in a setting similar to the Vodacom Bulls’ will be beneficial; it feels almost familiar, given that I started my career on the highway.”

Kuyenzeka “Nama” Xaba, a top player from the Stormers, has joined Jake White from a different South African URC squad.

The flanker, who departed the Cape-based team at the end of the season, will give Springboks flanker Marco van Staden competition and cover.

Xaba, a former captain of Glenwood High School and the University of Cape Town, has also inked a two-year contract with the Bulls. He has played a significant portion of his junior and senior professional careers with the Stormers, earning 25 appearances for them.

“It is an honor for me to join the most prosperous union in South Africa,” Xaba declared.

“I’m excited for a new challenge that will take me beyond of my comfort zone. I want to play with the Vodacom Bulls since they have a lot of talented players. I am excited to learn from the experienced coaches I have the amazing opportunity to learn from.

After acquiring the services of Stuart Hogg, Mohamed Haouas, and Billy Vunipola, Montpellier is poised to make another contentious addition prior to the upcoming campaign.

The three individuals had lately experienced legal issues: Vunipola was detained following a wild night out, Hogg was told to avoid his estranged wife, and Haouas was sentenced to one year in prison for striking his wife in public.

Secure In addition, Bastien Chalureau was charged with abusing two men for racial reasons. Although he was found not guilty, the violent episode nonetheless carried a six-month suspended prison sentence.

According to the French newspaper L’Equipe, the club is currently in negotiations with Wilfrid Hounkpatin, a prop for Castres.

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