Top 14 – “We won’t regret it as a player”, Bernard Lemaître (Toulon) charges Waisea Nayacalevu

Top 14 – “We won’t regret it as a player”, Bernard Lemaître (Toulon) charges Waisea Nayacalevu
Top 14 – “We won’t regret it as a player”, Bernard Lemaître (Toulon) charges Waisea Nayacalevu

The president and shareholder of the RCT Bernard Lemaître returned to the columns of Le Figaro on the departure of his Waisea Nayacalevu center. And the least we can say is that the businessman was disappointed by his player…

This has been happening for several weeks, Waisea Nayacalevu will leave France this summer. The Fijian center, who was one of the best scorers in the championship when he played for Stade Français, decided to give new impetus to his career by signing up with the Sale Sharks. In the Premiership, the captain of Fiji will perhaps try toforget a complicated passage to Toulon during two years. In the columns of Figaro, the current Toulon president Bernard Lemaître spoke of the departure of the Fijian star. Accustomed to strong and honest statements, he did not mince his words towards his player. “It’s a real sporting disappointment, he said directly. He did not have the same performance, nor the same state of mind, as at Stade Français. I’m happy for him that he can go to England but, indeed, we won’t regret him as a player.”

Currently injured

Harsh words against his player, while the RCT is still in the race for a possible Top 14 final phase at the end of the season. Currently sixth, Toulon hosts Lou on Saturday in a very important duel for qualification. As for Waisea Nayacalevu, he has only played seven Top 14 matches this season and is seriously injured in his shoulder. It is far from certain that we will see him again in Red and Black.

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