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Dec 8, 2014:  Montpellier coach Fabien Galthié will remain in his job, despite reports to the contrary over the weekend, after he received the unanimous backing of the playing staff.
Top 14
Nov 19, 2014:  Forwards coach Mario Ledesma has resigned from his position at Montpellier after the club's poor run, the club have announced.
Top 14 Orange
Nov 18, 2011:  Montpellier fly-half Francois Trinh-Duc has signed a new contract to keep him at the Top 14 side until 2014
Top 14 - Newspaper Review
Nov 5, 2010:  Toulon fly-half Felipe Contepomi has revealed that Thursday's 20-29 victory over Perpignan at Stade Aimé Giral could well signal a change in style from Philippe Saint-André's men
Top 14 - Newspaper Review
Sep 27, 2010:  Montpellier forwards coach Eric Bechu has paid tribute to coaching partner Fabien Galthie by declaring him as a future France coach in the making
News in Brief
May 24, 2010:  All of the day's latest news, including Leeds Carnegie's signing of Sean Hohneck from Viadana
Dec 11, 2007:  Stade Francais Paris clung onto top spot in Pool 3 after surviving a ferocious onslaught from Cardiff Blues in Paris but head coach Fabien Galthie accepts the rematch at the Arms Park on Saturday could be crucial in deciding automatic qualification
Sep 11, 2007:  "Just about the only certainty in France's Rugby World Cup campaign as they await their showdown with Ireland on Saturday week is that Bernard Laporte will not be their coach after the tournament has ended." Huw Richards reports from France
Apr 2, 2007:  Stade Francais head coach Fabien Galthie insists he could not have asked for any more from his players in the heartbreaking 21-20 Heineken Cup defeat to Leicester.
2003 Six Nations
Apr 3, 2003:  "You will never get a neater Six Nations Table. England at the top with 10, Wales at the bottom with zero." John Taylor looks back on the 2003 battle for honours
World Cup 1999
Nov 6, 1999:  A review of the 1999 Rugby World Cup where Australia became the first country to claim the sport's top prize twice with victory over France in the tournament finale
November 18 through the years
Nov 18, 1900:  November 18 down the years
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