This Wednesday, via its official Twitter account, Stade Toulousain formalized the extension of the contract of its second or third international line Thibaud Flament, until 2026.
Thibaud Flament plays continuity. This Wednesday, via his account Twitter official, Stade Toulousain has formalized the extension, until the year 2026, of its second or third international line, in these terms: “Thibaud Flament, Stadiste until 2026”. The Haut-Garonne club also indicated, in this same tweet: “Thibaud Flament is extending his adventure at Stade Toulousain and is part of the 2027 Trajectory. The rugby formation, reigning French champion of Top 14, by extending one of its residents, speaks of a “Axis 1: Consolidate its executives #Trajectory2027. “It was during the year 2020 that Flament had then landed in the Toulouse club. Previously, the main interested party had then particularly traveled, he who thus notably went to the side of Belgium, then also by England (Loughborough 2018-2019, Wasps 2019-2020), but also by Argentina (Club Newman 2017 -2018).
𝕋𝕙𝕚𝕓𝕒𝕦𝕕 𝔽𝕝𝕒𝕞𝕖𝕟𝕥, Stadiste until 𝟚𝟘𝟚𝟞 💫
🤝 @Thibaud_Flament extends his adventure at Stade Toulousain and joins the Trajectory 2027 🔴⚫
– Stade Toulousain (@StadeToulousain) June 8, 2022
Wave of extensions at Stade Toulousain
Now 25, Flament has thus become a Stade Toulousain executive and has also become a French international, he who already has a total of seven selections to his credit. During this 2021-22 season, the second or third line played a total of 17 matches in the French championship, including eleven as a starter, while also having started no less than four of the six European Cup matches. in which he participated. The Stade Toulousain definitely continues to extend its frames, moreover all international. Indeed, before Thibaud Flament, had done the same the opener Romain Ntamack (2027), the first lines Cyril Baille (2027), Julien Marchand (2028) and Peato Mauvaka (2026), the third line François Cros (2027) or even the versatile rear Thomas Ramos (2027).
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