The mistake that cost Morgan Parra his Clermont career
By Rugby Onslaught

The mistake that cost Morgan Parra his Clermont career

Rugby – much like life – doesn’t always go to plan. Nowhere is that more evident than in this new video Yoe91, purveyor of all things French rugby, which features Morgan Parra at one point.

The video features some of the biggest bloopers of the season from the 2021/22 Top 14. It’s actually very well put together and has very little filler.

It features the likes of Ronan O’Gara, Pierre Mignoni and Morgan Parra.

Just to be clear Parra is a class player and we’re sure his signing for Stade Francais had zero to do with this blunder.

You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll lose control of your bowels.


IN OTHER NEWS: All Blacks head coach Ian Foster has announced changes to the coaching group ahead of the Lipovitan-D Rugby Championship.

Robust and in-depth conversations took place with various stakeholders following the Steinlager Series, with a focus on finding ways to improve performance both now and leading into RWC 2023.

Forwards coach John Plumtree and backs coach Brad Mooar have now parted ways with the group.

“Right now, I am really feeling for two fine men who are great rugby coaches that made an enormous contribution to the All Blacks,” Foster said.“I have no doubt both coaches will go on to great success and I want to thank them for their hard work.”

The All Blacks have agreed to terms with Crusaders and Fiji forwards coach Jason Ryan, who will join the team at their camp in Wellington next week.

“Jason is a proven performer with plenty of experience at international level,” said Foster. “Last year we witnessed first-hand the impact he has made on Fiji’s forwards, adding to his continual growth as the forwards coach of the Crusaders. His appointment now is clearly with an eye to the future and to the RWC 2023.”

Joe Schmidt now formally starts his role as independent All Blacks selector. In addition to that, Schmidt has a key analysis role and will work with Foster on overall strategy and attack play.

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