US News: "I am still passionate", Saïd Hirèche confides in his strong history with Brive

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The Brive captain also mentioned his ambitions for this new season.

Saïd Hirèche © icon Sport Saïd Hirèche

The Brive captain also spoke of his ambitions for this new season.

At the end of May, Saïd Hirèche learned that he could not replay before four months after fracturing the fibula. It will therefore be necessary to wait a bit before seeing the emblematic captain of the CA brive to tread the lawns of the top 14 during this 2022-2023 season.

This season, moreover, we were not sure to see the third line Briviste to compete! It was not until February to learn its one year extension. An extension which, as the Rugbyrama player indicated, shows that he always has this passion for his sport which has remained intact.

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Like many experienced players, I decided to extend because I am always passionate, I am lucky to live from my passion, I like to hurt myself, to be with guys on a daily basis etc. All these things made me want to continue. I felt well physically and mentally, but I had no click, it was done gradually. As I say every time I am grateful to Brive and I will give everything to make the club succeed.

Saïd Hirèche is one of those players, more and more rare, devoted body and soul to one and the same jersey. And in an era when the transfer markets are more and more intense, it is part of the beautiful stories. Even in the most complicated hours of the club, Saïd Hirèche never wanted to abandon, wanting to fully assume his responsibilities.

I could have left when we went down, but I couldn't see myself leaving the club in Pro D2. I consider that I and the other players had our share of responsibility and that we had to assume. I am not saying that those who left escaped, far from it but my desire was to accompany the club to go up in Top 14. There was also a team project that I liked and to which I I adhered. And then I feel good in Corrèze, so why go?

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This fidelity and this love for the CAB brings Said Hirèche to play its eleventh season in Corrèze. And it is certain that the captain, and his team with him, will want to do better than the results some mediocre of last season, where Brive had to fight for a long time with Perpignan to avoid this 13th place, synonymous with an accession match To be contested. This should no longer happen again.

The seasons are often very different from each other ... I hope especially that we will not relive the same scenario as last season because it was very stressful until the end for the whole club. Obviously our greatest success was to have come out of this barragist position (…) We experienced great things during the last match at the Stade Français, so the goal is to start on the same bases to keep a smile long possible.

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