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John23
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Christophe Dominici: French rugby legend dies aged 48 - BBC News
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/55056643

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Great player, RIP

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Always one of my favourite players.
Such sad news.

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So young. What a wonderful heart breaker of a player he was. One of the legendary wingers. That semi final in 1999 ... He was inspirational. Sad day.
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Rest in peace

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Jesus, that's shocking. RIP
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A tragic end. He was one of the most exciting French players in the immediate post-amateur era. The coverage in the French media this morning are full of innuendo about his demise and tales of involvement last summer with an Emirates group interesting in taking over Beziers with him as a front man.

RIP

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