INFO RMC SPORT – Yannick Bru, at the end of his contract in Bayonne who has made it to the Top 14, could try to gain experience abroad and join the Sharks’ South Africa team.
Yannick Bru is a free man. The manager of Aviron Bayonnais, who was relegated to the Top 14 ten days after seeing the access final against Mont-de-Marsan reported, will leave the Basque club this summer. The 49-year-old technician, who arrived in 2018 on Jean-Dauger’s side, was at the end of his contract and did not try to continue the adventure. He will be replaced by Grégory Patat.
But where will the former coach of the XV de France (2012-2017) bounce back? If his name had circulated a bit everywhere in recent months, Bru could radically change destination to, as he would like, try his luck abroad and discover new cultures again, after fourteen years to train in France (five with Toulouse, five with the French team and four with Bayonne).
Les Sharks qualify for the Champions Cup
Pour the franchise back into the sud-africaine des Sharks, enough to qualify for the prochaine Champions Cup via the United Rugby Championship. The hypothesis is real according to RMC Sport information. Contact, Yannick Bru and has not been commented on.
The former international athlete has the advantage of being close to general manager Eduard Coetzee, a former pillar of Bayonne and Biarritz. After a well -deserved quarterback, he could bring his expertise to the Sharks pack and give a slap in the face to Sean Everitt’s staff. In the past, in April 2018, Bru had already been invited by the Durban team to exchange on several topics. In his Top 14, where his side remains elevated, clubs are also following his situation.