At the club since April 2018, Yannick Bru, the manager of Bayonne, has extended his contract with the Basques by four years, until 2025.
Good news for Aviron Bayonnais. Arrived at the club in April 2018, Yannick Bru extended his contract for four years, until 2025, as formalized by the club this Thursday. An extension linked to the construction of a new training center, equipped in particular with a covered synthetic pitch, which will see the light of day in 2022, the Basque club having initially decided to do work in Jean-Dauger, on a grandstand and with a hybrid lawn, for 2021.
Former coach of the forwards of the XV of France until November 2017, and the dismissal of Guy Novès, the current manager of Bayonne then bounced back in Pro D2 and allowed the club to regain the Top 14 in his first season. ” I am happy to extend my adventure with Aviron Bayonnais for several seasons. I am very happy to be able to grow and improve at the same time as this great club. It is also a superb responsibility to continue to support the club in its transformations. I hope to be up to this task Bru explained on the club’s Facebook page.
Also on social networks, Philippe Tayeb, the president of the club, mentioned the extension of the former international hooker. ” In the continuity of our project, I am happy to announce the extension of Yannick Bru, our manager, for four years. He embodies the project of our club, our city, our territory. The excellent work done over the past three years by Yannick and his staff reinforces the confidence we have in them. We will all work hard to provide the maximum of resources to our staff, our players, our training to achieve our ambitions in the elite of French rugby “, For his part said Tayeb. Currently 9th in the Top 14 with 21 points after 11 days, Bayonne and Bru will still have a lot to do this season to maintain their position and will seek to push Castres even further down on December 27 at Pierre-Fabre.
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