Stade Francais coach Gonzalo Quesada said the struggling, big-spending Parisian club were launching a "new cycle" aiming for a place in the top six in the French league by 2022. Quesada was speaking as Argentina international forward Marcos Kremer was unveiled as the Top 14 giants' newest recruit on Tuesday, on a three-year deal until 2023. The 22-year-old lock/backrower, capped 28 times by Los Pumas, will link up once more with his compatriot Quesada, also his former coach at Argentinian Super Rugby outfit the Jaguares. > read whole article

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