XV of France: A new unexpected problem for Galthié to manage?

While he has already had to deal with the injuries of Romain Ntamack, Cyril Baille, Jonathan Danty, Paul Willemse, Julien Marchand and now Antoine Dupont, Fabien Galthié is now faced with the injury of Grégory Alldritt. Often praised for his impressive ability to absorb blows, the Blues third row withdrew at the last minute to face Namibia last Thursday.

The XV of France has really not been spared from injuries in recent weeks. The teammates of Charles Ollivon have seen Romain Ntamack et Paul Willemse to forfeit, were worried about Cyril Baille, Jonathan Danty et Julien Marchand and are now worried about their captain Antoine Dupont as well as their rock Gregory Alldritt. And for the Rochelais, it must be said that we could not have expected it.

Alldritt hit in the knee

Gregory Alldritt is a tough guy. The third line from La Rochelle is not made of the same wood as the others and he often recovers from very strong contacts. Bullshit gives the impression of never getting hurt but unfortunately for him and the XV of France, the unthinkable has happened. While he had to play against the Namibia alongside the “premiums», number 8 was forced to withdraw at the last minute due to knee discomfort. “ At training yesterday (Monday), he had a little discomfort in his knee, he was spared, and we made the decision with Greg that he be adapted, that he take care of himself properly to then play at 100 % », explained Fabien Galthié about her. The coach was going to have to deal with a problem that was unexpected to say the least but fortunately, it was much less serious than expected for Bullshit.

Return to training for Alldritt

Gregory Alldritt should return to training this week according to information from Olympic Midday. More fear than harm therefore for the man of the match of the match against the All Blacks. Fabien Galthiéwho has only been racking his brains for several weeks dealing with the unexpected injuries of his executives, can take a breather.

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