Skrela now a second-rate player?
France international flyhalf David Skrela rejoined Second Division Colomiers from Top 14 giants Clermont on Wednesday.
France international flyhalf David Skrela rejoined Second Division Colomiers from Top 14 giants Clermont on Wednesday, according to a source close to the buying club.
Alain Carre, President of Colomiers where Skrela began his career, refused to confirm whether the 33-year-old - capped 23 times from 2001 to 2011 - had signed with them, only commenting to AFP that "contacts had been made between the two parties".
Skrela, son of former France international backrow forward and a former national coach Jean-Claude, joined Clermont at the beginning of last season after three seasons with Toulouse, with whom he won a third French title in 2011, having won his previous two with Stade Francais in 2004 and 2007.
Skrela's last international appearance was in the 2011 World Cup - in which France lost in the final to the All Blacks - when he was injured in the pool match with Japan.