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news from Friday, May 24, 2019

- Zebre have announced today that they have signed Irish second-row Ian Nagle ahead of the 2019/20 season.  Nagle was one of seven players who Leinster announced will be departing the province but it remained to be seen where he would end up. The 30-year-old has been on loan with Ulster since November where has made 11 appearances for Dan McFarland's side but he will now be continuing his professio...

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news from Thursday, May 23, 2019

- Former England Sevens international Charlie Walker has signed for Zebre on a two-year contract. The speedster, who leaves Harlequins after nearly 100 matches, scored 27 tries in 60 Premiership matches. 💣💥 former @EnglandRugby U20 & Seven winger @charliejnwalker joins @PRO14Official italian side 🇮🇹 Zebre from 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 @Harlequins 📑🖋️ 🎙️ "I’m looking fo...

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news from Thursday, May 2, 2019

- Zebre performed their last captain’s run in a climate more appropriate to the Irish island, home of the head coach Michael Bradley. The rain and the sun of the last few hours have helped to keep Lanfranchi’s pitch in excellent condition ahead of tomorrow’s challenge. On Saturday at 6pm, the Italian derby will end the …...

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- Al Lanfranchi i bianco-verdi di Kieran Crowley soffrono le Zebre per un’ora ma escono alla distanza e centrano la qualificazione al turno di barrage, scrivendo una delle pagine più importanti della storia del rugby italiano. Al Lanfranchi di Parma, di fronte a 4mila e 500 festanti spettatori, le Zebre di Michael Bradley testano duramente le …...

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- La meta di Monty Ioane al 69′ vale il primo, storico, accesso ai playoff. Due errori alla mano di Treviso permettono alle Zebre di essere pericolose a inizio match. Da una touche sui 5 metri occasione d’oro per i padroni di casa, ma i veneti si salvano in qualche modo. Insistono i bianconeri, ottengono un …...

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- Zebre performed their last captain’s run in a climate more appropriate to the Irish island, home of the head coach Michael Bradley. The rain and the sun of the last few hours have helped to keep Lanfranchi’s pitch in excellent condition ahead of tomorrow’s challenge. On Saturday at 6pm, the Italian derby will end the …...

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