Yoann Huget, who was injured with the Achilles tendon during the game against Racing 92 on Saturday April 24th, receives the support of his partners in particular on the social networks. It’s not just about a simple injury, it’s about continuing the Stade winger’s career.
It is around 9.45 p.m. when Yoann Huget leaves the field against Racing 92 on Saturday, April 24th. The Stade Toulousain winger is touched on the foot and never returns to the turf. Probably a complete or partial rupture of the Achilles tendon. Since then the worry and stupor that prevail in social networks. We remember that last November the former player of the XV of France announced the end of his career at the end of this season. So that would mean we will never see Yoann Huget on a rugby field again.
Many of the oval’s personalities have been moved by this end of career, which has not yet said its name. Starting with his teammates from Stade Toulousain. Antoine Dupont posted a message on Twitter a few minutes after the final whistle. Sober support that can be summed up in one word: “Force”. Punctuated by two smileys, including one heartbroken … as if the scrum half knew that this injury signaled the end of Yoann Huget’s career as a player. Cyril Baille, the Pillar of Toulouse, directs “big thoughts” to his team-mate. “Good firm courage” for Arthur Bonneval.
Pierre Rabadan, former French international and figure of the Stade Français, also went there with his little tweet. Just like Racing 92, which reacts at the end of the game.
Yoann Huget will take additional exams on Monday April 26th. The severity of his injury will then be known.