Rugby to XV: Coach Fabian Galthy extended as head of France’s XV until 2027

Blues coach Fabian Galthy will extend his contract until 2027, FFR vice-president Serge Simon told AFP on Sunday, a day after victory in the Six Nations tournament, the Grand Slam.

“It’s done. It’s been extended until 2027. The constitution of his staff will be defined by and with him,” Simon assured in an interview with AFP. “For reasons of clarity, coherence, simplicity, evidence, peace … it was important to elaborate. It was a question that stimulated Landernau. When you are lucky enough to have evidence, you should find it Will have to know how to confiscate it”, added N.2 of the French Rugby Federation.

Initially attached to the FFR until 2023, Galthy will extend his contract for another four years after leading France’s XV to his first Grand Slam since 2010. Arrived on the Blues bench after the World Cup-2019 in Japan, finished in the quarter-finals, the former scrum-half, winner of the three-time (1997, 1998 and 2002) Six Nations tournament, on Saturday defeated the French team for the tenth Grand Slam. directed for, its first title in twelve years.

During the 2022 edition of the tournament, Blas de Galthy, led by their captain Antoine Dupont, alternated between Italy (37–10), Ireland (30–24), Scotland (36–17), Wales (13–9) and England (25-13). “He brings us all his experience at the top level, he brings us all his expertise. He’s very picky about a lot of things that most players have never heard of before. He brings us his expert touch and he Very well done,” international fly-half Romain Entamack explained recently.

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“He learned, he saw what was being done everywhere to form his own opinion and the players followed his ideas. It works. He is very well surrounded by his technical staff, everyone speaks to him. follows and we see that it works very well”, added Toulouse.

France is hosting the 2023 World Cup, from September 8 to October 28, a prime objective for the Blues’ staff, who will climb to second place behind world champions South Africa in the world rankings on Monday. France’s XV is heading to Japan this summer for their summer tour, which will feature two matches against Cherry Blossoms on July 2 and 9. Fabian Galthy’s men will receive the Springboks and Australia exclusively in the fall of 2022.

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