Pic: Ireland U-20’s Star Set To Pay Wonderful Tribute To Anthony Foley For French Debut
This is top class from the young star.
The rugby world still hasn’t come to terms with the death of Munster head coach Anthony Foley. The Heineken cup winning captain was found dead in his Paris hotel room just hours before his team were set to take on Racing 92 in the opening round of the Champions Cup.
Before working his way up to the top job in Munster, Foley spent many years with the young stars of Munster and Ireland having been involved with academy and youth set-ups with both sides.
Former Ireland U-20 star came through the ranks with Munster but unfortunately did not not get offered a contract by the province. He has now decided to continue his career in France with French Pro D2 side, Aurillac.
He’s set to make his debut for the side this weekend and plans on paying tribute to his ‘hero’ with these very special boots. A wonderful tribute.
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