Joel Kpoku | Le French Rugby Podcast | EP 30

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Lyon’s player of the match in the win over Wasps that saw them through to a first major final since 1933, Joel Kpoku, joins us to discuss making a big impression early on in his career in France, what went wrong for him at Saracens, international asp

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