a former member of the XV of France retires

a former member of the XV of France retires
a former member of the XV of France retires

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The former international winger of the Blues, Rémy Grosso announced the end of his career on social networks this Friday. Trained at LOU, he stayed there until 2013 before knowing his second professional club: Castres Olympique. A club that will allow him to reach the French team in 2015. At 26, the winger replaces Yoann Huget in the World Cup before playing his first match against Canada. In total, he will play five games for the Blues, scoring two tries including one for his first game.

In 2017, Rémy Grosso joined Clermont after four years spent at the CO. He will stay three years under the orders of Franck Azéma before returning to his training club last summer. This season, the native left winger of Lyon has only played four times in the league. Absent from the group for his last, his last match dates back to February 5.

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