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Lydiate Racing back home

Wales flank Dan Lydiate will bring down the curtain on his largely unsuccessful spell at Racing Metro and return home before the end of the year.

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Stade Français fly cover in for Bok

Stade Français have signed Argentine prop Santiago Garcia Botta as medical cover for injured Heinke Van Der Merwe.

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France call up Claassen

South African-born back row forward Antonie Claassen has been called up to France's three-day training camp.

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Wallabies 'escape' to Europe

The Wallabies left Friday for a five-match European tour, relishing the chance to escape the dramas and turmoil that have swamped them in Australia.

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Unfinished WC business for Dusautoir

Captaining France to their first-ever World Cup trophy in England next year would set the seal on flank Thierry Dusautoir's stellar career he said.

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Cheika confirms Wallaby talks

Australian media are reporting that Waratahs coach Michael Cheika has accepted an ARU's offer to coach the Wallabies.
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Lucas is Montpellier's medical joker

Montpellier announced the signing of Australian Ben Lucas Sunday as medical cover for injured France international flyhalf Francois Trinh-Duc.

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Van der Merwe staying at Racing

South African lock Francois van der Merwe has signed a three-year contract extension with Racing-Metro.

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Toulon boss takes IRB to court?

Toulon chief Morad Boudjellal is looking set to act on his threats to change the IRB rules in a court battle over payments to players on test duty.

Laporte rules out Armitage move

Toulon head coach Bernard Laporte has ruled out a move by England flank Steffon Armitage to English Premiership side Bath.

Racing open to Welsh departure

Racing-Metro have opened the door for a potential departure of Wales flank Dan Lydiate, although the club has as yet received no proposals from other clubs.

Tales loses Castres captaincy

France international flyhalf Remi Tales has been stripped of the captaincy at 2013 Top 14 champions Castres, who have endured a disastrous start to the current campaign.

Wilko: Enough is enough

Jonny Wilkinson has revealed that he retired at the end of last season because he'd simply had enough of the training needed to be a top level star in the game.

Welsh stars keen to return home

Some of the Welsh stars who flocked to France for far bigger pay packets are keen to return home, claimed Wales coach Warren Gatland.

Bath stall Armitage move

Bath head coach Mike Ford says Steffon Armitage is not likely to join the club with negotiations between the two parties stalling.

Armitage in Eng World Cup frame?

Steffon Armitage has been linked with a shock move back to England in order to play in next year's World Cup after looking like he may play for France.

Further blow for France

Morgan Parra will be out of action for up to six weeks after the Clermont star suffered a fractured bone in his shoulder against La Rochelle,

Trinh-Duc's surgery a success

Top 14: France flyhalf François Trinh-Duc underwent a successful operation on his broken leg