France Rugby Legend, Christophe Dominici, Is Dead

By Yusuf Akinloye Akintunde

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All time French rugby legend, Christophe Dominic has died as announced by his former club, Stade Francais, at age 48. 

According to the club, “It is with immense sadness and deep sorrow that the Stade Francais Paris learns of the passing away of Christophe Dominici”

“During his 11years spent under our colors, Christophe has, thanks to his incredible talent and class, greatly contributed to writing the legend of the club.”
“A rugby genius and an unparalleled companion. He leaves a great void in our great family. Our thoughts go out to his family, his partner, Loretta, his dauthers Chiara and Mia.”

The late genius during his active service made 67 appearances for the French Rugby National Team between 1998 and 2007.

Notably, he has in record the most scintillating goal for his country’s stunning victory over the All Blacks in the 1999 World Cup semifinals, according to CNN. And that place him on high tower, as that game was widely adjudged to be one of the best in the history of the tournament.

The now late rugby star during he career contribute immensely to the development of rugby and a symbol of motivation to many rugby players and lovers.

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