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    Laharrague for Sale


    Sale Sharks are delighted to announce the
    short term signing of 28 year old French International wing/full back
    Julien Laharrague. The player will play with Sale Sharks until the end
    of the season. His former club Perpignan have released him and he been
    registered within the deadline period.




    So could still head to you lot

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    He is a bit unpredictable. Can be a fine attackerbut wouldnt be as reliabledefensively as Payne.


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      #3

      Originally posted by sewa

      He is a bit unpredictable. Can be a fine attackerbut wouldnt be as reliabledefensively as Payne.



      You will never win anything with that attitude

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        #4

        Originally posted by epaddy
        Originally posted by sewa

        He is a bit unpredictable. Can be a fine attackerbut wouldnt be as reliabledefensively as Payne.



        You will never win anything with that attitude
        add a "y" and what do you get?
        The Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves

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          #5
          Been no mention of Sale in the French papers, only Munster but I know that he had fallen out with people at Perpignan so they obviously wanted to offload him as quickly as possible.

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            #6
            he has an extension option on his contract. would love to see him at munster so hope he doenst have good time at sale!
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              #7
              SALE SIGN LAHARRAGUE
              By Ben Rumsby, PA Sport
              Injury-blighted Guinness Premiership champions Sale have announced the short-term signing of France international Julien Laharrague.
              The 28-year-old, who can play full-back or on the wing, will join the club until the end of the season after he was released by Perpignan and registered within the deadline period for the current campaign.
              Director of Rugby Philippe St Andre said: ``Julien is a high level
              international player with 11 caps and will be an exciting addition to our back division until the end of the season.''
              Laharrague's initial three-month deal also gives the club the option to extend the contract at the end of the season.
              St Andre added: ``We have two massive games against Worcester and Northampton,
              followed by the EDF Energy Cup semi-final in Cardiff.
              ``Julien is not currently in the French squad and will be able to help us in
              this demanding period of the season.''
              Laharrague will arrive on Monday and could make his debut against Worcester at
              Edgeley Park next Friday.
              There was more good news for Sale and England earlier when captain Jason Robinson was told he will not need surgery on the neck injury which kept him out
              of England's record RBS 6 Nations Championship defeat to Ireland last weekend.
              Robinson missed Saturday's 43-13 defeat at Croke Park but saw a specialist
              last night who advised him to rest for a few days to let the neck pain settle down, meaning he could be in contention for England's game with France at
              Twickenham on March 11.
              ``The good news is that the problem should not need any corrective surgery
              and, with the correct rest and rehab, Jason should be back playing very soon,''
              said Sale club doctor Dave Jones.
              Magnus Lund, Robinson's team-mate for club and country, is also currently
              recovering from a head injury picked up at Croke Park.
              Jones feels Sunday's Premiership trip to Saracens will come too soon for the
              flanker, but the following weekend's Six Nations clash with France may mark his
              return.
              ``Magnus will not play again until he has taken and passed the necessary
              tests,'' Jones said.
              ``It is very doubtful he will play this weekend [at Saracens on Sunday] but we
              are hopeful he will be fit next week.''
              end
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