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    What exactly are they saying here ? -
    <H1>Black connection à Agen ?</H1>
    La vague néo-zélandaise annoncée serait sur le point de déferler à Agen. Après Kelleher, Sivivatu et même Rokocoko sont pistés par le SUA…
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    Dans son édition de ce vendredi, Midi Olympique dévoile les plans agenais. Les dirigeants lot-et-garonnais lorgnent de plus en plus vers la Nouvelle-Zélande et après avoir activé la piste du demi de mêlée Kelleher, ce serait au tour des ailiers Sivivatu et Rokocoko d'apparaître sur les tablettes.


    Selon le bi-hebdomadaire, Howlett et Rokocoko auraient été proposés à Perpignan qui n'aurait pu donner de suite. Du coup, c'est Alain Tingaud, ancien président de Massy et PDG d'Infovista, qui les relance.


    N.Laharrague aurait démenti


    Ambitieux pour redonner à Agen son lustre passé, Tingaud aurait affirmé au Midi Olympique souhaiter faire venir "les des meilleurs, si ce n'est le meilleur ailier néo-zélandais". Le recrutement agenais est entièrement axé autour de ses venues probables voire de plus en plus possibles. Si Kelleher est sur le point de signer - certainement à la fin du Super 14 -, les Agenais devraient avoir plus de chances de faire venir Sitiveni Sivivatu. Ce dernier serait plus proche du Lot-et-Garonne et son compatriote et coéquipier avec le maillot à la fougère, Joe Rokocoko.


    Par ailleurs, l'ouvreur catalan Nicolas Laharrague aurait démenti avoir signé avec le SUA. Du rêve pur ? Entendre parler de ces noms pour évoluer dans le Top 14 laisse penseur. Mais à l'image de Toulon avec Umaga, les venues de joueurs appartenant à la meilleure équipe au monde pourraient bien avoir un effet très positif sur les résultats agenais de la saison prochaine.</DIV>

    #2
    You mean you don't speak French ?

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      #3


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      I speak the basics...things like 'ou est la bar ?'...

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        #4
        Seems to be the head of Agen is determined to regain the glory days
        by bringing in the best players, and isn't ruling out signing a few All
        Blacks.
        It is useless to attempt to reason a man out of a thing he was never reasoned into.

        Every plan I have is the best plan in the room. Everybody get quiet and listen to it, and everybody will win

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          #5


          According to the babelfish translation a French team called "Sweated" are looking to sign a few all blacks


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          <DIV style="PADDING-RIGHT: 10px; PADDING-LEFT: 10px; PADDING-BOTTOM: 10px; PADDING-TOP: 10px">The announced New Zealand wave would be about to break in Agen. After Kelleher, Sivivatu and even Rokocoko are tracked by SWEATED... In its edition of this Friday, Olympic Midi reveals the plans agenais. The leaders batch-and-garonnais lorgnent more and more towards New Zealand and after having activated the track of the half of Kelleher fray, it would be with the turn of the wingers Sivivatu and Rokocoko to appear on the shelves. According to the twice-weekly one, Howlett and Rokocoko would have been proposed in Perpignan which could not have taken action pursuant. Blow, it is Alain Tingaud, former president de Massy and chairman of Infovista, which starts again them. N.Laharrague would have contradicted Ambitious to give again in Agen its gloss passed, Tingaud would have affirmed at the Olympic South to wish to make come "from best, if it is not the best New Zealand winger". Recruitment agenais is entirely centered around its probable arrivals even increasingly possible. If Kelleher is about to sign - certainly at the end from Super the 14 -, Agenais should be likely more to make come Sitiveni Sivivatu. This last would be closer to the Batch-and-Garonne and its compatriot and fellow-member with the shirt with the fern, Joe Rokocoko. In addition, the Catalan opener Nicolas Laharrague would have contradicted to have signed with SWEATED. Pure dream? To intend to speak about these names to evolve/move in the Signal 14 leaves thinker. But with the image of Toulon with Umaga, the arrivals of players belonging to the best team in the world could have well a very positive effect on the results agenais of the next season</DIV>

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            #6

            All talk so far by the look of it. They're going to tap up every possible "name" player around - it's an approach that appears to be every rugby agent's best dream.

            Agen is a team that to date has produced much less than the quality of its players suggests it should. I wonder if signing big names will help to build good team ethos?

            New infraction avoidance policy: a post may be described as imbecilic, but its author should never be described as an imbecile.

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              #7
              Says : they're (Agen) on the verge of signing scrum half Kelleher who
              will arrive at the end of the super 14 &amp; are also hopeful of
              tempting Rococoko &amp; Sivivatu to sign although there is nothing
              concrete so far. Apparently Rococoko &amp; howlett were offered to
              Perpignan but turned them down (sounds like BS). last paragraph was N.
              Laharrague who denied categorically that he'd agreed to join Agen next
              season.
              Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again (like picking Gordon D'Arcy) and expecting different results.
              Albert Einstein

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                #8
                Aparently George Gregan is now going to Toulon. Having said that, they also had Steve Thompson signed sealed and delivered for Brive 2 months ago and nothing seems to have come of it.

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                  #9


                  Originally posted by Old Dog
                  All talk so far by the look of it. They're going to tap up every possible "name" player around - it's an approach that appears to be every rugby agent's best dream.

                  Agen is a team that to date has produced much less than the quality of its players suggests it should. I wonder if signing big names will help to build good team ethos?

                  Have we ever beaten them? If not they must be one of the few French teams not put to the sword by Munster.
                  The early bird catches the worm but it's the second mouse that gets the cheese.

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