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Claude Atcher, the president of France Rugby World Cup 2023, was demoted, and the match was scheduled for final qualification

After an initial examination into his professional behavior, Claude Atcher, director of the Rugby World Cup organizing committee for 2023, has been placed on administrative leave. The 66-year-old, according to L’Équipe’s story from June, observed an “environment of horror” at Groupement internet Public (GIP), where staff members experienced verbal abuse, panic attacks, and fatigue. Rugby World Cup fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.

The article further stated that Atcher had ordered small taxis for personal usage to pay expenses totaling tens of thousands of euros.

Bullying and improper money dealing are denied by Atcher. The accusations spurred an investigation that also showed potential wrongdoing and reinforced the assertion that Atcher behaved carelessly and out of fear of his actions.

The world rugby league’s governing body, World Rugby, approved Atcher’s punishment. Julien Collette, Atcher’s deputy, has been brought in as a temporary substitute.

Amelie Oudea-Castera, France’s minister of sports urged the government to “act swiftly” in response to a formal assessment that cited “concerning management practices” and “violations of financial integrity” inside the organizing committee. She also said that Atcher will be subject to disciplinary action, which could result in his firing.

Oudea-Castera continued: “The report identifies violations of economic and financial integrity and confirms the serious social problems [within France’s 2023 public interest group], a serious crisis of confidence, suffering for workers, and psychological and social risks.”

To assess if the management behavior constitutes a criminal offense, the French Labor Inspectorate has requested the publication of a second report.

“World Rugby is deeply concerned about the allegations made through the French media,” World Rugby said in a statement. “The well-being of the Rugby family is paramount and is at the heart of the values of unity, inclusion, and fun that epitomize the Rugby World Cup, the ultimate celebration of unity in sport.”

“While the final assessment report has not yet been completed, it is imperative for World Rugby to continue to provide full support and assistance to the France 2023 Organizing Committee in working together to host a special Rugby World Cup in France.”

The event foreshadows the presidents of the French Football Federation (FFR), Atcher and Bernard Laporte, who will stand trial in a separate corruption case. Regarding his interactions with Mohed Altrad, the owner of the French club Montpellier and the firm that sponsors the French national team, Laporte, who also serves as the vice president of world rugby, is accused of six different offenses.

 Laporte was charged with “corruption, peddling of influence, breach of trust to undermine the FFR, and unlawful gain by persons accused of carrying out public service assignments.”

Altrad faces several financial charges, including “active bribes from individuals accused of carrying out public service assignments”.

Atcher, FFR vice president Gilles Simon, and Atcher partner Benoit Rover are also on trial. All five have denied various allegations. The trial begins on September 7.

Match schedule final qualification for Rugby World Cup 2023 confirmed

The calendar for the final qualifiers, which will choose the 20th and final qualifier for the Rugby World Cup in France in 2023, was released by World Rugby today.

Three RWC 2023 final qualifiers will take place at Dubai’s Sevens Stadium from November 6–18, featuring four teams from four different continents. In a round-robin system, Hong Kong, Kenya, Portugal, and the United States will compete, with the team earning the most points in 2023 receiving France’s final berth.

The match schedule for the championship tournament has been chosen based on the World Rugby Men’s Ranking, produced by Capgemini as of July 31, 2022. The United States (19th) competes against Kenya (33rd) on the first day, and Portugal (20th) competes against Hong Kong (22nd). The two top-ranked teams from the United States and Portugal will battle on the third and final day of play to complete qualifying for the Rugby World Cup in 2019.

The ultimate champion and last team to take part in the Rugby World Cup journey in 2023 will play alongside Wales, Australia, Fiji, and Georgia in Pool C. Rugby World Cup 2023 fans can buy France Rugby World Cup Tickets from our website.

Current Bookie’s favorite to win the Rugby World Cup 2023

Are you a huge rugby fan? If you said “yes,” we can guarantee that you won’t be able to wait long for the World Cup. Some of the top rugby teams in the world will get the chance to prove their worth in 2023.

Sports analytics typically demonstrate that neither club has a significant advantage over the other. Given the tremendous level of motivation across all players, we must concur. Miracles are always possible in this situation.

The caliber of each team, however, varies greatly in actuality. Online bookies have compiled a list of odds since they are aware of this. People will then be able to determine who has the highest chance of taking home the most valuable award (according to many players).

Overview of online betting options

We are confident that you will want to understand more about betting alternatives before we continue. Well, believe it or not, you can still place a wager on who will win this match. You can locate them at several online bookmakers because they already exist. The best odds should be in front of you, though.

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France: The Largest Favorite (2/1 odds)

France was once the location of one of the most bizarre rugby scenes in history. However, this is no longer the only factor contributing to French rugby’s global popularity, both online and offline. Bookmakers predict that France will have the best chance of winning the 2023 World Cup.

Some of the top players in the world, such as Gregory Alldritt, Romain Ntamack, Antoine Dupont, and others, play for their national team. The fact that all of these players lack experience is the sole reason they might blow this chance. For the unaware, the majority are 25 years of age or younger. However, they have until the next year to learn from their mistakes and get the required experience.

The Second favorite: England (Odds 6/1)

There has long been a rivalry between England and France (not just in rugby). These two national teams appear to have the best chances of taking home the most significant trophy. Eddie Jones, in general, is the reason why bookmakers give England a good chance.

The biggest objective of his so-called New England plan is to win the World Cup in 2023. But he has other objectives besides winning titles. To make rugby more open, he intended to alter the game’s style. This makes sense because it will increase interest in the game, which will increase rugby’s appeal in the nation.

Ireland: why not? (Odds 8/1)

Who said Ireland had no chance of reaching and winning the World Cup final? At least that’s what the bookmakers say! Our beautiful country is third with 8/1 odds.

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Rugby World Cup: Jerome Kaino predicts that France will win, but the All Blacks are still in the lead

Jerome Kaino, a former New Zealand star, thinks France will be the team to defeat to host the Rugby World Cup in 2023 the following year. The All Blacks back row played 81 games for them and was a key component of their back-to-back World Cup victories in 2011 and 2015. Kaino, however, spent the second half of his career in France, where he helped Toulouse recover from a losing streak to become national and European champions. Rugby World Cup 2023 fans can buy France Vs Namibia Tickets from our website.

He will retire in 2021, but he has witnessed directly how Fabien Galthie has revitalized the French national squad.

They achieved their first Six Nations Grand Slam earlier this year. Since 2010, and in a November 2021 international encounter, they dominated Ian Foster’s team.

Home advantage

“Les Bleus is my favorite,” Kaino told Midi Olympique. “Because of the rugby matches they play, the confidence they have built from their recent success, and the fact that the game is played domestically. The French supporters have a strong ability to lead their team.”

Kaino has also witnessed young Toulouse players like Antoine Dupont and Romain Ntamack develop into elite athletes.

“Antoine Dupont is unbelievable. I respect his composure under pressure. Romain Ntamack too they are so calm,” he said.

“Whether it’s a round of 14 final or a chance encounter, they all have the same approach. They are very professional. Every week they want to improve.”

When they play in the pool in the World Cup the following year, New Zealand hopes to compete against France.

Despite the All Blacks’ difficult season, Kaino is not concerned about their current struggles.

“The current results are not up to our standards, but I’m not worried about it. I know the talent of the players,” he said.

“I distinguish Ian Foster too. I played under him for a long time and I know he is a very good technical man. Sam Cane is also a very good captain.

Foster’s reservation

Kaino said he was “delighted” to see Foster remain as head coach during the World Cup and believes their efforts could be beneficial in the long term. Rugby World Cup fans can buy France Rugby World Cup Tickets from our website.

“The players must be disappointed, but I know they will find a solution to come back. It’s been a difficult period for the fans, but I think black people will come out stronger,” he added. “Maybe even before the World Cup.”

Sureness in Rugby World Cup despite Champions League fiasco

Alan Gilpin, the head of World Rugby, said he was “assured” in the security of spectators despite security fears for the May Champions League final in Paris, which he will play in within a year World Rugby Cup.

As fans battled congestion in the stadium and were rebuffed by tear gas fired by local police, the kickoff between Liverpool and Real Madrid in the French capital was postponed.

Following the game, fans were followed by police and reported pickpocketing, robberies, and threats as they made their way to public transportation stops.

World Rugby chief Alan Gilpin

“There is always more to learn from experiences with other events,” Gilpin told AFP.

“There was a lot of dialogue between the organizing committee, the Paris authorities, and the wider government.

“We believe we can learn lessons from this, and we also believe we have a great safety plan, the spectator experience plan at the Stade de France.”

Gilpin’s rival in the organizing committee last week. Amelie Oudea-Castera, France’s minister of sports, banned Claude Atcher due to his leadership style. In-depth societal issues were discovered during the organization’s initial research.

“First of all, we take all allegations about the treatment of workers in Paris seriously,” Gilpin said.

“We have discussed these issues with the relevant ministries and organizing committees.”

“For us, it’s business as usual,” he added.

Bernard Laporte, vice president of World Rugby

The French rugby federation’s president and vice president, Bernard Laporte, will be accused of favoritism and corruption on Wednesday. Rugby World Cup 2023 fans can buy France Vs Italy Tickets from our website.

The billionaire owner of the last 14 champions Montpellier, Mohd Altrad, a close friend of the 58-year-old former French coach, has been accused of favoring the award of the national team’s jersey sponsorship deal.

“As you understand, it is inappropriate for World Rugby to comment on ongoing proceedings and internal affairs,” Gilpin said.

“We have no comment on this.”

One spot left

As the race gets started, the official hosts welcome three-time champions New Zealand to Paris. The last batch of tickets for all races will be made available online the following month. The maximum number of supporters per user is six places.

Last month, Ireland won a historic Test series against the All Blacks. The list of candidates for the Webb Ellis Trophy became crowded as South Africa’s hosts suffered their first home loss to Wales.

“It’s fantastic for the sport and the fans will be more excited than ever,” Gilpin said.

“I don’t think we’ve been in a World Cup for a year and we have the competitiveness we have now.”

Join 2031 hosts the United States, along with Portugal, Kenya and Hong Kong, in a qualifier in France in November to compete for the final spot in the group stage.

“The game will be very competitive,” Gilpin said.

“Portugal was well prepared for that match.

“The US is disappointed that they are not eligible for a date, but there are many plans for their preparations, and Kenya and Hong Kong will try to stir up unrest.”

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‘I felt no symptoms’: Vakatawa declares shock retirement

Virimi Vakatawa, a French midfielder, has declared that he will leave rugby at the age of 30. The 32-year-old center’s Monday suspension from the national squad stunned the rugby community.

The Rugby League National Medical Council at the Racing 92 training facility in Paris, Vakatawa is currently conducting a press conference where he is citing a heart condition as the cause of his sudden retirement from racing.

“I didn’t feel any symptoms or anything like that,” said the New Zealand-born Parisian club legend that came to France from Fiji as a teenager. “

“I have discussed it with the doctor. I have no damage and everything is fine. I will not stay far from here to wake up.”

“I’m 17 and I don’t regret leaving my family at all. I know it’s hard. I always tell young people they’re lucky to be here. Fijians are still coming and I want to help them I am so grateful to have so many people by my side.”

Speaking at Plessis-Robinson’s media briefing on Tuesday Racing 92 team doctor Sylvain Blanchard explained that it was too risky for Vakatawa to continue racing.

“He had to stop his career in France for cardiac reasons. Heart defects were discovered before the 2019 World Cup in Japan. This abnormality unrelated to rugby has been monitored, but it is a developing condition. The risk has become too great.”

Rugby tournament director Laurent Travers

Rugby tournament director Laurent Travers added: “The hardest part was waiting too long. The hardest thing was announcing Virimi, then to the whole team. We know his role in the ’92 and the French rugby team. Importance Virimi is there still and will now be on the sidelines. Virimi will have to settle in a different way, with rugby but in a different way. We’ve talked a lot with him and his goal is to stay in France. He hopes to join Racing 92 stay.”

The media briefing was a club event, but the French rugby world was shocked by the news of Vakatawa’s shocking retirement, with even French national team manager Fabien Galthie appearing in person to give the now-retired midfielder a message. “I want to thank Racing 92 for bringing me here today,” said the tearful test coach.

“I want to join Virimi, it’s special, so I’m much moved. Their fate means he will play his last two matches against Les Bleus in Japan. We will try to get over it because we know it can happen at a high-level movement. But we’re still going all out shock retirement.

“I was touched when he called me on Monday. Virimi has made many children’s dreams come true. He was a key figure in our adventure and our history when we took over the French team. He was an example of his life. We must tell our kids to enjoy all their games like it’s the last game.”

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France Rugby World Cup with a positive impact

The France Rugby World Cup 2023 Organising Committee exposed this Tuesday an action plan aimed at leaving a social. And the ecological legacy that will resonate beyond the tournament. At the Académie du Climat in Paris, World Cup France 2023. And World Rugby confirmed its drive to raise the existing values for international sporting events in terms. Of social accountability, inclusion, and sustainable development.

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France Rugby World Cup with a positive impact
France Rugby World Cup with a positive impact

Four key actions have been taken acting for a sustainable and circular economy; investing in education, and training. And service; reducing the impact on the environment; fostering inclusion and accessibility for all. France 2023 also presented 15 innovative projects. Some already hurled and others soon to be deployed. Which all bring palpable proof of France 2023’s positive action.

TANGIBLE AND MEANINFUL PROJECTS

France has applied a responsible procurement policy, based on a grid of environmental criteria. Also earmarking some of its public tenders to businesses from the social and solidarity economy. Including inclusive entities employing people with incapacities.

This willingness to have a long-term positive influence is also at the heart of the Campus 2023 program. Which will provide 3,000 young men and women with an education in sports. And entertaining industry through three modules (sports, tourism, security). Beyond emerging experts for the future. France Rugby World Cup 2023 wishes to foster a new cohort of citizens. Committed to acting for the greater good through involvement in food banks. And the collection of cigarette butts. Or recycling of mobile phones at resident rugby clubs.

Between Rugby WC 2023 quarter and semi-finals. France 2023 will organize the Worldwide Wheelchair Rugby Cup, in teamwork with World Wheelchair Rugby (WWF). A first for an RWC Organising Committee, the tournament is a chance to give unprecedented visibility to a spectacular. Inclusive, and mixed sport.

Amongst other initiatives, a green flexibility platform will be developed to offer RWC. Fans all eco-friendly travel answers available (carpooling, green taxis, scooters, electric bus…). And Rugby World Cup 2023’s medals will be produced from recycled electronic mechanisms.

France has applied a responsible procurement policy,
France has applied a responsible procurement policy,

THE POWER OF TOGETHER

To achieve the Rugby World Cup ambition to have an optimistic impact. It will require everyone involved to play their part, from host cities to fans. Players to competition officials, and media to commercial associates. Through its Players’ Committee chaired by John Eales. France 2023 will invite Rugby WC 2023’s 660 players to partake in creativities with a positive impact, both on and off the pitch.

Already a signatory of the French Ministry of Sports and WWF’s charter for accountability. And sustainable generous events (“15 engagements éco-responsables des événements sporty”). France 2023 has also committed to measuring. And issuing the impact of its CSR action plan through teamwork with independent experts.

World Rugby Chairman Sir Bill Beaumont said:

“When organizing one of the world’s chiefs and best-loved sports events like Rugby World Cup. It is vital to seize the incredible opportunity to harness the power of rugby to deliver a positive and expressive impact. Much more than a chance, it is also our responsibility.Together with France, we share the desire that the Rugby World Cup can be a catalyst for optimistic change. And play an important role in the progression of modern society as a whole. The ambitious CSR strategy has been custom-made to fulfill that vision, bringing tangible proof. And presenting the roadmap to organize the most maintainable and purpose-driven Rugby World Cup ever.”

CEO Claude Atcher

France Rugby World Cup: CEO Claude Atcher said

“Rugby World Cup France 2023 wants to lead an example shift in how international sporting events are considered and delivered. As an Organising Committee, we must be aware of our role in civilization, in the world of today and tomorrow. This is our accountability. Beyond our words, we will deliver on specific proof points. I am hugely proud of our CSR strategy. Which is both ambitious and pertinent, and the action we have chosen that will benefit our society and our planet.”

CEO Claude Atcher
CEO Claude Atcher

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The France Pare-Brise becomes an official follower of Rugby World Cup France 2023

The France Pare-Brise is joining forces with the main sporting event in the world in 2023.

France Pare-Brise is joining forces with the biggest sporting occasion in the world in 2023. 

The car window repair and spare specialist has become the Official Supporter of Rugby World Cup 2023. Which will take place in France. As a partner of local rugby for many years. France Pare-Brise is reaffirming its promise by supporting the premier men’s competition in the sport. To Know more about France Vs Namibia Tickets click here.

The France Pare-Brise network shares common standards with Rugby World Cup: team spirit, integrity, passion, and pleasantness. Through this agreement. The brand wants to be as close as possible to the fans before. And during the event; creating a promise to its customers. Its members, and its insurance partners with a program of dedicated doings.

Claude Atcher, France CEO said,

“We are pleased that France Pare-Brise and its network, who make proximity and team soul daily virtues. Are joining the France 2023 adventure. The year 2023 will be a Rugby World Cup for France’s regions. Where the memberships of France Pare-Brise are located, and who will take part in this great festivity as close to their homes as likely.” 



Pierre-Yves Desjeux, Deputy Handling Director of France Pare-Brise said:

“It is a great pride for our 192 members and their 1,000 employees to be current alongside France 2023 as an Official Supporter. It is a real opportunity to animate our network and our clientele by sharing the values of rugby and its moments of celebration and conviviality.” 

The France Pare-Brise network shares common standards with Rugby World Cup
The France Pare-Brise network shares common standards with Rugby World Cup

ABOUT FRANCE Rugby World Cup

Rugby World Cup will take home in France from 8 September-28 October with matches played in nine venues across 10 host cities. The competition will be the 10th men’s World Cup. And the second to be hosted by France after a memorable event in 2007.

World Cup will take home in a year. When the sport celebrates 200 years. Since Rugby School pupil William Webb Ellis was credited with inventing the game of rugby football by presenting

“a fine disregard for the rules”

in catching the ball and running with it in 1823.

France aims to be a positive impact rivalry. Setting new standards in social responsibility, and inclusion. and sustainable development for a major worldwide sporting event. Four strong commitments have been made: to act for a maintainable and circular economy. To commit to education, training, and employment, to limit the impact on the environment, and to support presence and accessibility. 

World Cup will be a prize event for rugby, with 20 teams competing. Forty-eight competitions will be played over 51 days. 

 ABOUT FRANCE PARE-BRISE 

Created in 1993, now a subsidiary of the St-Gobain group. The France Pare-Brise net has more than 450 centers throughout France. Achieved by 190 independent business owners. And more than 1,000 employees committed to serving their clientele.

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France Rugby World Cup: CEO Claude Atcher deferred

Claude Atcher, chief managerial of the Organising Committee for the 2023 France Rugby World Cup. Has been suspended next to a preliminary investigation into his workplace behavior. L’Équipe had reported in June that the 66-year-old supervised a ‘climate of terror’ at Groupement internet Public (GIP), with employs sorrow panic attacks, burn-out, as well as verbal abuse. The paper also alleged that Atcher had run up bills of tens of thousands of euros by collation minicabs for his individual use.

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CEO Claude Atcher deferred
CEO Claude Atcher deferred.

Atcher has been deprived of financial impropriety and bullying. The accusations prompted an investigation, which also uncovered potential dishonesty, as well as supporting claims Atcher had ruled by fear and did not properly adhere to financial rules. Atcher’s delay has been supported by World Rugby, the global leading body for rugby union. Julien Collette, Atcher’s assistant. Has been installed as a temporary replacement.

The French sports minister Amélie Oudéa-Castera said that the management had to act quickly after an official report identified alarming managerial practices and infringements of financial probity within the Organising committee. She added that Atcher would face a punitive procedure that could lead to his dismissal.

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Oudéa-Castera continued:

“The report recognized problems of infringements of economic and financial probity and confirmed a deep social malaise [within France 2023 Public Interest Group], an acute crisis of confidence, the suffering of staff and therefore psychological and communal risks.”

A second report by France’s Inspectorate of Work, which would determine whether the executive practices amounted to a criminal offense, has been neat.

World Rugby was deeply worried by the allegations made through the French media, said a statement World Rugby. The wellbeing of the rugby family is supreme and central to the values of unity, inclusivity, and fun that typify Rugby World Cup, the sport’s ultimate celebration of togetherness.

France Rugby World Cup Team
France Rugby World Cup Team.

While noting that the final review report is undecided. World Rugby’s immediate priority is to continue to provide. Its full support and assistance to the France 2023 Organising Committee to a spouse in the delivery of what is potential to be an excellent Rugby World Cup in France.

The growth comes ahead of Atcher and Bernard Laporte, president of the French Rugby Federation (FFR), standing trial in a separate dishonesty case. Laporte, who is also the vice-chairman of World Rugby, faces six different charges in the trial connecting to his dealings with Mohed Altrad, who owns French club Montpellier and whose business sponsors the French national team.

Laporte is accused of ‘corruption by a person emotional with a public service mission, influence peddling. Breach of trust to the disadvantage of the FFR, illegal taking of interests. Altrad is on trial for various financial charges, including active bribery of a person emotional with a public service mission’. Atcher, FFR vice leader Gilles Simon and Benoît Rover, a subordinate of Atcher’s, are also on trial. All five deny the numerous charges. The trial is owing to begin on 7th September.

One year to go pending the Rugby World Cup 2023 kicks off in France

The countdown to the Rugby World Cup 2023 in France, which thrills off on 8 September next year, is well and truly underway. The tenth staging of the men’s world finals, precisely one year away, promises to be a record wave and will take the game to new heights. While eyes will be on the famous Stade De France for the opening rite, as well as the final, the tournament will take fans crossways eight other beautiful sites, from the Stade Pierre-Mauroy in Villeneuve-d’Arcy to the Stade Velodrome in the southern city of Marseille. To Know more about France Vs New Zealand Tickets click here.

England fans itinerant over for their opening fixture against Argentina will be able to experience the beautiful Stade Vélodrome. Based in Marseille, it is one of the most famous in French sport and home to the French football giants Olympique Marseille. The venue has become a special entity for the city’s population. And is not only known for generating one of the loudest surroundings in France but in the whole of Europe.

One year to go pending the Rugby World Cup 2023 kicks off in France
One year to go pending the Rugby World Cup 2023 kicks off in France.

Furthermore, the Allianz Riviera in Nice will host England’s another fixture against Japan, in what will be one of the most random fixtures of the group stages. Despite being less than 10 years old, the stadium already flaunts a rich history. As it has before hosted UEFA Euro 2016, and the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

For England’s fittings against Chile and Samoa, fans will explore the Stade Pierre-Mauroy, located in the picturesque suburb of Lille. Villeneuve. Away from the imposing 50,000-seater stadium. Lille is one of France’s best-kept secrets with its unique architectural style and captivating city attractions.

France Rugby World Cup: France are the favorites but All Blacks are still in the mix rendering Jerome Kaino

Former New Zealand star Jerome Kaino trusts that France will be the team to beat when they host the Rugby World Cup next year. The back-row received 81 caps for the All Blacks. And was a key part of consecutive World Cup triumphs in 2011 and 2015.

Kaino played the last part of his career in France, however, helping Toulouse to rise from the doldrums. And become both domestic and European champions. He superannuated in 2021. But has seen firsthand how the French national team has been revitalized under Fabien Gauthier. They demanded their first Six Nations Grand Slam since 2010 previous. This year and dominated Ian Foster’s men during their international clash in November 2021.

Home advantage

Les Bleus are pets in my eyes, Kaino told Midi Olympique. Through the rugby, they play, the confidence they have stored away with their recent achievements. And the fact that the competition is taking place on home soil. The French groups have a great capacity to carry their team. Kaino has also seen how the Toulouse youngsters have industrialized into world-class players. Including half-back duo Antoine Dupont and Romain Ntamack.

All Blacks are still in the mix rendering Jerome Kaino
All Blacks are still in the mix rendering Jerome Kaino.

Antoine Dupont is incredible. I admire his calmness under pressure. It’s the same for Romain Ntamack. They are so serene, he said. Whether it’s a Top 14 final or a casual meeting, they have the same approach. And they are very professional. Each week, they seek to progress. By next year, New Zealand will hope to be in a location to challenge the French at the Rugby World Cup as they go head-to-head in the pool phases.

The All Blacks have endured a difficult year but Kaino isn’t concerned by their recent subjects. The current results are not in our values. But I am not worried about all that. I know the talent of the players, he said. Know Ian Foster, too. I played for a long time below him and I know he is a very good technician. Sam Cane, too, is a very good skipper.

Foster’s retention

Kaino said he was very happy to see Foster retained as a head trainer through to the World Cup. And believes their fights could prove beneficial in the long run. The players must be disappointed. But I know they will find solutions to recoil back. The retro is tough for the fans but I think the Blacks will come out stronger, he added. Maybe even for the World Cup.

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Toby Flood believes that England fans should give Marcus Smith room to improve his game

Toby Flood asks England fans to give Marcus Smith space to improve the game ahead of RWC

Toby Flood believes that England fans should give Marcus Smith room to improve his game in the run-up to the Rugby World Cup2023 in France. Despite Owen Farrell’s return to fitness, the former England fly-half stated Marcus Smith would be his first choice ten in an interview with The Rugby Paper Podcast. Rugby Fans can buy RWC 2023 Tickets from our website.

Toby Flood believes that England fans should give Marcus Smith room to improve his game
Toby Flood believes that England fans should give Marcus Smith room to improve his game

As he pondered on Smith’s debut stint in international football, Flood observed, “Smith has been fantastic.” Flood stated on the podcast: On a side note, there’s some absurd stuff being published about how essential he is to us. He is significant. He has, however, played a few games.

People are predicting that if Smith does not perform well, the team will not win the Rugby World Cup. Let’s give this guy a little room to grow into an international player. In the atmosphere he has known since he was 18, he has been remarkable for Quins. He’s arrived at a familiar location.

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At the international level, however, he is still learning the ropes. There will be ups and downs, but he will give it his all. Toby Flood, Brendan Gallagher, Nick Cain, and presenter Oliver Little debate England’s starting XV at the Rugby World Cup 2023 in the newest episode of The Rugby Paper Podcast.

Smith should be England’s first-choice fly-half, according to all four members of the panel. Manu Tuilagi should be England’s first choice inside the centre, according to the experts. Toby Flood said: 12 – He’s a phenomenon, whether you’ve played with him or against him. I’d put him in at twelve o’clock.

Tuilagi’s bad luck with injuries, on the other hand, means England must prepare for his absence. If the Sales centre was unavailable for selection, the panel debated who they would choose as a substitute for Manu Tuilagi at the inside centre.

the former England fly-half stated Marcus Smith would be his first choice
the former England fly-half stated Marcus Smith would be his first choice

In Tuilagi’s absence, Nick Cain believes Gloucester’s Mark Atkinson should play at 12. The Rugby Paper columnist, on the other hand, believes that England should consider Saracens’ Alex Lozowski and Leicester Tigers’ Guy Porter as possible Tuilagi replacements.

He continued, “The talent that England hasn’t grasped is (Paolo) Odugwa at Wasps.” He is physically comparable to Manu. Cain believes he is more suited to the midfield despite lately playing on the flank for Wasps.

He doesn’t appear to be a good fit for me. At twelve, he has the ability to make an impact beyond 30 yards. Take a peek at this person, at the very least. If I were Italy, I’d call this guy once a week.

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Eddie Jones appears to be destined to remain England's head coach until after the Rugby World Cup 2023

England RWC 2023 ‘Eddie may stay and they may want him’

Eddie Jones could keep his job as England’s head coach if he wins the Rugby World Cup in France in 2023, according to Dean Richards, who does not believe that a successor must be English. Rugby Fans can buy RWC 2023 Tickets from our website.

Eddie Jones appears to be destined to remain England's head coach until after the Rugby World Cup 2023
Eddie Jones appears to be destined to remain England’s head coach until after the Rugby World Cup 2023

“We believe we’ve got such a wealth of English coaches in the game,” Bill Sweeney, the Rugby Football Union’s chief executive, has declared. We should be creating English coaches and an English style of play as a great rugby nation. As far as I’m concerned, that should be long-term, therefore having an English set-up would be preferable.”

Richards, who has 48 England caps and unequaled Premiership experience as a director of rugby, has a different perspective and feels that an English victory at the Rugby World Cup will erase the memories of Jones’ two consecutive bad Six Nations finishes.

“Ultimately, the road to the RWC 2023 quarter- and semi-finals (for England) appears quite clear at the moment, and if you are within two matches of winning a Rugby World Cup, everything will be forgotten,” he stated. Eddie might decide to stay, and they might want him to.”

Richards wants the option to be open to all applicants if Sweeney and the panel hearing Jones’ case decide he should step down after the RWC in France. He went on to say, “It has to be the best suitable coach to win us a Rugby World Cup as simple as that.” “It doesn’t have to be English, but they must have a basic grasp of the English culture and mindset in order to get the most out of the English” (players).

It provides a clear path to understanding what it takes to become a global player. There are several applicants, many of them are English speakers, as well as some foreigners. I don’t believe they must have worked on a global scale, but there must be an understanding of their skills and whether they meet the requirements you’ve set.

Andy Farrell, Rob Baxter, Richard Cockerill, and Alex Sanderson among the candidates
Andy Farrell, Rob Baxter, Richard Cockerill, and Alex Sanderson among the candidates

It can be tough to judge a person’s ability simply by observing them work alongside an international head coach at times. Because rugby is unlike any other sport, the advantages you earn from being a director of rugby or a head coach in the Premiership are enormous.

However, because the Premiership and international levels are so different, you must determine whether the talents and flaws you develop in the Premiership will be useful at the international level. It’s about the parameters they set and if they believe there are those who would fit the description who have already worked in international rugby and those who haven’t.

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The Rugby World Cup 2023 will be held in France from September 8 to October 28

France pare-brise becomes an official supporter of France rugby world cup 2023

In 2023, France Pare-Brise will collaborate with the world’s largest sporting event. The auto glass repair and replacement company have signed on as an Official Supporter of the Rugby World Cup 2023, which will be held in France. Rugby Fans can buy RWC 2023 Tickets from our website.

In 2023, France Pare-Brise will collaborate with the world's largest sporting event
In 2023, France Pare-Brise will collaborate with the world’s largest sporting event

France Pare-Brise, a long-time supporter of regional rugby, is confirming its commitment by sponsoring the sport’s main men’s championship. Team spirit, integrity, passion, and conviviality are all traits shared by the France Pare-Brise network and Rugby World Cup 2023. With this partnership, the brand aspires to be as near to the fans as possible before and during the event, while also demonstrating dedication to its customers, members, and insurance partners through a series of specific activities.

Claude Atcher, CEO of France 2023, stated: “We are ecstatic that France Pare-Brise and its network are joining the France 2023 journey, where proximity and team spirit are daily values. The year 2023 will be a Rugby World Cup for the regions of France, where members of France Pare-Brise live, and who will be able to participate in this big celebration as close to their homes as possible.”

France Pare-Deputy Brise’s Managing Director, Pierre-Yves Desjeux, said: “It is a source of great satisfaction for our 192 members and their 1,000 employees to be present as an Official Supporter alongside France at the 2023 FIFA World Cup. It’s a fantastic opportunity to energize our network and customers by sharing rugby’s principles as well as its celebratory and convivial moments.”

ABOUT THE REPUBLIC OF FRANCE RUGBY WORLD CUP 2023:

The Rugby World Cup 2023 will be held in France from September 8 to October 28, with matches taking place in nine venues in ten host cities. The competition will be the tenth men’s Rugby World Cup, and France’s second after a remarkable event in 2007.

RWC 2023 will take residence in a year when the sport celebrates 200 years since Rugby School graduate William Webb Ellis is accredited with inventing rugby football by collecting the ball and sprinting with it in 1823, representative “a fine disregard for the rules.”

The Rugby World Cup 2023 will be held in France from September 8 to October 28
The Rugby World Cup 2023 will be held in France from September 8 to October 28

France 2023 aspires to be a positive impact tournament, setting new benchmarks in social responsibility, inclusion, and long-term sustainability for a major international athletic event. There have been four significant pledges made: to act towards a sustainable and circular economy, to invest in education, training, and employment, to reduce environmental impact, and to foster inclusiveness and accessibility.

With 20 teams playing, the Rugby World Cup 2023 will be the sport’s showpiece tournament. Over the course of 51 days, 48 matches will be contested.

 ABOUT PARE-BRISE FRANCE:

The France Pare-Brise network, founded in 1993 and currently a subsidiary of the St-Gobain company, has over 450 locations across France, operated by 190 independent business owners and over 1,000 workers dedicated to serving their customers. A panel of 20,000 consumers polled by Capital magazine named France Pare-Brise the best auto glass repair chain in 2022 in the “Quality of Service” category.

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Andy Farrell, Rob Baxter, Richard Cockerill, and Alex Sanderson among the candidates

Danny Care offers his opinion on who should be England’s next head coach

Eddie Jones appears to be destined to remain England’s head coach until after the Rugby World Cup 2023. But the Australian has stated that his tenure will expire after the tournament in France. Rugby Fans can buy RWC 2023 Tickets from our website.

Eddie Jones appears to be destined to remain England's head coach until after the Rugby World Cup 2023
Eddie Jones appears to be destined to remain England’s head coach until after the Rugby World Cup 2023

Naturally, there has been much speculation about who might succeed Jones, with Borthwick, Andy Farrell. Rob Baxter, Richard Cockerill, and Alex Sanderson are among the candidates. The RFU has stated its preference for an English head coach, with Borthwick. Andy Farrell, Rob Baxter, Richard Cockerill, and Alex Sanderson are among the candidates.

Borthwick appears to be the front candidate as a result of his excellent work with Leicester Tigers. Despite the fact that he lacks experience, as Care pointed out on the BBC Rugby Union Weekly podcast.

Danny Care is a candidate for the place of England’s next head coach

It’s difficult to say because Steve Borthwick has the most experience out of those people. No, he doesn’t, Care stated emphatically.

I’d say Andy Farrell has been training lengthier than Steve Borthwick. As has Richard Cockerill, Rob Baxter has been coaching for a lot longer, and I’d say Alex Sanderson coached Steve Borthwick at Saracens.

So Steve Borthwick is arguably the least experienced of the English contender. But I believe he is the only one who has been in the [England] camp and has jammed a lot in. He’s won everything as a player, both nationally and as a club player. And I believe everyone who knows Steve Borthwick understands the level of detail that would go into that England team.

I just think the head coach becomes a lot of courtesy, but the other assistant coaches are just as essential. They must all be capable of challenging the head coach, with the head coach willing to be challenged for the greater good.

IRFU will certainly want to keep him beyond the Rugby World Cup 2023
IRFU will certainly want to keep him beyond the Rugby World Cup 2023

In English rugby, there is no shortage of qualified coaches

Andy Farrell has done an excellent job as Ireland’s coach in recent years, and he also spent four years as England’s defensive coach. So the IRFU will certainly want to keep him beyond the Rugby World Cup 2023.

Borthwick, Baxter, and Sanderson are all currently committed to their clubs, while Cockerill is England’s forward’s coach. Albeit for only about six months. Saracens director of rugby Mark McCall, who has managed the North London club to three Heineken Champions Cup championships, might be another choice. However, the County Down man could be persuaded to return to Ireland.

There is still a lot of water under the bridge until the RFU names the next England head coach, but it does not appear likely that it will be someone who has never coached in England.

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Spain has been engaged in controversy for the second consecutive Rugby World Cup qualifying match

Spain’s place in Rugby World Cup 2023 in doubt

Spain’s participation in the Rugby World Cup 2023 in France is in jeopardy due to an investigation into allegations of fielding an ineligible player. On March 13, Spain qualified for its second Rugby World Cup, and first since 1999. Rugby Fans can buy RWC 2023 Tickets from our website.

Spain's participation in the Rugby World Cup 2023 in France is in jeopardy
Spain’s participation in the Rugby World Cup 2023 in France is in jeopardy

However, World Rugby announced on Monday that it will convene an independent judicial committee to investigate a possible breach of Regulation 8 concerning a player’s eligibility for internationals by Spain during Rugby World Cup qualifying.

“World Rugby has been made aware of a potential breach involving one member of the Spanish national men’s senior team,” the statement added. “After conducting preliminary investigations, the international federation considers that a formal independent assessment is necessary.” Throughout the early inquiries, the Spanish Rugby Union has been completely accommodating.”

Gavin van der Berg, a South African-born front-rower, is said to be the subject of the investigation. He made his debut in the Rugby Europe Championship, which also served as Rugby World Cup qualifying, on Dec. 18, when Spain defeated the Netherlands 52-7 in Amsterdam. Van der Berg came on in the second half and scored a try.

Van der Berg arrived in Spain in 2018 and had to stay for three years in order to qualify for residence before making his debut on Dec. 18. But, according to reports, he returned to South Africa for four months in 2019 and visited again in 2020 during the coronavirus pandemic.

On March 13, Spain qualified for its second Rugby World Cup
On March 13, Spain qualified for its second Rugby World Cup

Spain could lose at least the 10 competition points it won against the Netherlands if it is found guilty of violating Regulation 8. It would fall from second to fourth place in European qualifying, and it would be eliminated from the Rugby World Cup. Romania, on the other hand, might finish second and qualify for the world repechage tournament in November, while Portugal could finish third and qualify for the world repechage tournament in November.

Spain has been engaged in controversy for the second consecutive Rugby World Cup qualifying match. Spain, Romania, and Belgium were fined in 2018 for fielding ineligible players, yet Russia qualified for the 2019 World Cup in Japan.

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At the Rugby World Cup 2023, all four of those teams will be in the same half of the draw

Early draw hurts Rugby World Cup 2023

The draw for the Rugby World Cup 2023 took place on December 14, 2020, in Paris. Exactly 1,000 days before the tournament’s first match on September 8, 2023. Between hosts France and the All Blacks. Rugby Fans can buy RWC 2023 Tickets from our website.

the Springboks, All Blacks, England, and Wales in band one, Ireland, Australia, France
the Springboks, All Blacks, England, and Wales in band one, Ireland, Australia, France

The 12 automatic qualifiers were seeded based on their World Rugby Rankings as of January 1, 2020, with the Springboks. All Blacks, England, and Wales in band one, Ireland, Australia, France, and Japan in band two, and Scotland, Argentina, Fiji, and Italy in band three.

After the draw and the 2022 Six Nations, the foolishness of having the draw almost three years before the tournament – based on rankings from 11 months earlier – was painfully highlighted.

The Springboks, All Blacks, England, and Wales were the top-four ranked teams on January 1, 2020. (The RWC 2019 semi-finalists). Wales had dropped from fourth to ninth place by 14 December 2020. While France had risen from seventh to fourth place.

Six Nations winners France

The Springboks, newly crowned Six Nations winners France. The All Blacks and Ireland were the top-four ranked teams on March 21, 2022. At the Rugby World Cup 2023. All four of those teams will be in the same half of the draw, meaning two of them will not advance past the quarterfinals. While lower-ranked teams in the other half of the draw. Such as ninth-placed Wales, may.

World Rugby has never explained why the draw must take place in the first year of a Rugby World Cup cycle, although it is likely to benefit the organizers by allowing tickets to go on sale earlier. This, however, comes at the expense of the tournament’s credibility.

The Springboks, All Blacks, England, and Wales were the top-four ranked teams on January 1, 2020
The Springboks, All Blacks, England, and Wales were the top-four ranked teams on January 1, 2020

The goal of employing a seeding system for a tournament is to ensure that the top four teams advance to the semi-finals. And the top two teams compete in the final. Obviously, results do not always match seedings, but at the very least, you avoid a situation in which the best two teams meet in the quarter-finals, while a plainly weaker team from the other side of the draw has an easy path to the final.

When it comes to World Cup draws, World Rugby can learn from FIFA

The 2022 Fifa World Cup draw will take place in Doha on 1 April 2022, 235 days before the opening match on November 21. Yet, that is enough time for the organizers of the world’s largest sporting event to complete their tasks. As well as for spectators to purchase tickets and make travel arrangements to Qatar.

After the November Tests, World Rugby could have held the draw for the RWC 2023 in December of last year. Yes, some nations’ form may have fluctuated between then and the start of the World Cup nine months later. But it was significantly less than it had been during the previous three years.

Hopefully, World Rugby will learn how badly it timed the Rugby World Cup 2023 draw and avoid repetition for the Rugby World Cup 2027 in Australia.

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