French Drop Francois Trinh-Duc for Rugby World Cup 2015 Squad

The Coach of the France team named Philippe Saint-Andre has dropped out the Francois Trinh-Duc from the Rugby World Cup 2015 squad as he was the first the part of the 31 man squad.

The manager not only drops him, but he also dropped four more players from the initial squad and they are named as Sebastein, Vahaamahina, Xavier Chiocci, Remi Lamerat and Loann Goujon.3

The reason of the dropped out of the Lamerat is to place the Toulouse in the center of the team, but the misplacement of the Vahaamahina, Chiocci and Goujon was not expected by anyone. This changing in the squad is happening after three year life of squad and the reason of the leaving out the Trinh-Duc is that he is not performing according to the expectations and lack of the place kicking.

But for the Michalak this is the mega event for him as he is going to celebrate his 33rd birthday during this coming world cup and this is going to be his third birthday as the part of the international level game as the first one was in Australia in 2003.

Michalak is the key player of the team as he scores belligerently against the England on Saturday and get the victory by 25-20. This time the captaincy will be maintained by the same captain who was the captain in the 2011 World Cup that is Thierry Dusautoir who is 333 years old.4

Now, France is going to amuse you in the warm-up match against the Scotland on 5 September, 2015 at the Stade de France. By this they will commence their campaign and they are hoping to get the trophy first time ever in the history.

France is having the guts to do so as they were beaten by the Italy three times in the final and recently they were hammered by the Italians in the final on 19 September at the Twickenham.

Moreover, that this time the France is also allowing the six nation’s champions to occupy you in the pool stage games and they are named as Ireland, Romania and Canada.

In the recent warm-up match against the England, the France played tremendously as they beat the England by 19-14 at the Twickenham as in the initial half the hosts that is England getting the lead, but Winger Yoann Huget put up glowing one and bestowed the hard-hitting time to the opposition.

Final Squad of France Team:

U Atonio, E Ben Arous, V Debaty, N Mas, R Slimani, G Guirado, B Kayser, D Szarzewski, A Flanquart, Y Maestri, P Pape, T Dusautoir, B Le Roux, Y Nyanga, F Ouedraogo, D Chouly, L Picamoles, R Kockott, M Parra, S Tillous-Borde, F Michalak, R Tales, M Bastereaud, A Dumoulin, G Fickou, W Fofana, S Guitone, Y Huget, N Nakaitaci, B Dulin, S Spedding


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Updated: August 24, 2015 — 9:15 am
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