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Reports Suggest Toulouse Have Signed Monster All Black Tighthead

Saracens v Toulouse - European Rugby Champions Cup

Toulouse have moved to replace Census Johnson. Although Toulouse once again find themselves contesting the Play off phase of the Top 14, they are no longer the kingpins of French rugby. Despite possessing the largest budget in French rugby, in excess of €30 million according to Rugbyrama, the four time European Champions have struggled to compete with Toulon, Clermont and …

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Toulouse Set To Release Some Legendary Players

Toulouse could release some of their Iconic stars. Although Gael Fickou recently extended his stay with Toulouse by a further three years, the French club have yet to offer a whole host of players new contracts, according to French rugby website RugbyRama. The site claims that while the French giants wish to tie down many of their players on long term deals, …

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Top 10 Heineken Cup Winning Teams: No.3 Stade Toulousain (2010)

Coming in at number three on our list of Heineken Cup heavyweights is the Stade Toulousain side of 2010. A team packed with talent, this Toulouse side dominated Europe’s premier tournament. No.3 Stade Toulousain (2010) When the short history of the Heineken Cup is told in future generations it will be remembered that Munster brought the romance, Leicester the professionalism and the dominant …

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