April 13, 2024

It’s all over for Antoine Dupont

Three weeks have passed since Les Bleus lost to South Africa. And while some of Les Bleus have been quick to get back to work with their respective clubs, others have opted to make their vacations last as long as possible. This is notably the case for Mathieu Jalib a game of padel. But the former Castrais player then treated himself to a week away from it all. The native of Lanne…

Three weeks have passed since Les Bleus lost to South Africa. And while some of Les Bleus have been quick to get back to work with their respective clubs, others have opted to make their vacations last as long as possible. This is notably the case for Mathieu Jalib a game of padel. But the former Castrais player then treated himself to a week away from it all. The native of Lannemezan went to Bali with his partner before returning this Saturday.

Balidays, he wrote in the caption of his souvenir photo album on Instagram. The scrum-half, who only played two and a half matches during the World Cup, could now soon be back in training. We have to be patient. We need them to enjoy themselves, to have fun, to regain their mental freshness, he recently told