France recall veteran Nallet
January 10, 2012
Lionel Nallet was originally left out of France's Six Nations training squad © Getty Images
The 35-year-old, who has won 70 caps for France, was the only player from the XV that started the World Cup Final not to be included in Philippe Saint-Andre's first squad since replacing Marc Lievremont.
However, Millo-Chlusky dislocated his right shoulder in Toulouse's Top 14 victory over Lyon on Saturday and could be sidelined for the entire Six Nations. The French squad will meet at the Marcoussis training centre from January 23 to 25 when Saint-Andre will name his 23-man squad for their opening game against Italy on February 4.
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