The number 9 of the MHR being injured, only Nolann Le Garrec (Racing 92) remains behind Antoine Dupont (Toulouse).
The 42 Blues gathered to prepare for the next Six Nations Tournament began their internship on Tuesday in Capbreton in the Landes. Fabien Galthié and his staff must deplore a first injury: the young scrum half of Montpellier, Léo Coly, was indeed hit in the hamstrings. Coly (23, 0 selection) was injured during Tuesday’s session, the first of the XV of France gathered in Capbreton to prepare for the Six Nations Tournament. His absence is estimated at least a month.
The young nugget of the MHR, reigning French champion, is a key player for the Hérault club, with whom he played eleven Top 14 matches, including eight as a starter. In the absence of other numbers 9 like Maxime Lucu (UBB) or Baptiste Serin (Toulon), Coly could have hoped to win a first cape. Behind captain Antoine Dupont (Toulouse), only Racing 92 player Nolann Le Garrec (20, 0 caps) remains. Another player should be called up on Sunday.