# Philippe Saint-André

Last year
Montpellier triumph to win first French Top 14 title
Philippe Saint-Andre’s side dominated from the off against Castres.
Agony for Smith with late kick as Montpellier pip Quins in thrilling clash
The second leg at the Stoop was relentlessly entertaining.
Sexton says it's 'nothing new for me' to be discussed in the French media
The Ireland out-half shrugged off the latest comments about him.
'It’s not a rugby score, it’s a basketball score' - Philippe Saint-André hurt by heavy defeat to Leinster
Montpellier shipped 89 points to the province in a horribly one-sided Champions Cup clash.
All time
Philippe Saint-André: Ronan O'Gara is doing 'an amazing job' at La Rochelle
The former France boss has been impressed by O’Gara’s coaching career.
Former France boss Philippe Saint-Andre appointed Montpellier head coach
The Top 14 club have sacked Xavier Garbajosa.
Former France coach Saint-Andre takes up voluntary role with Cameroon
He will help the national team during the African Cup.
'We need to do something, because if not we'll be like English soccer'
Philippe Saint-André spoke to The42 about his concerns for French rugby.
'You need to ask the person who wrote the article' - Dusautoir denies French revolt
Les Bleus captain has rejected claims of a split in the camp between coach Philippe Saint-Andre and the players.
Reports in France claim Philippe Saint-Andre has been ousted by his players
The squad will apparently coach themselves for Saturday’s World Cup quarter-final against the All Blacks.
Saint-André: 'Ireland are favourites, the pressure is all on their shoulders'
The France head coach is expecting Joe Schmidt to unleash the moves he has been holding back.
Saint-André makes two changes for crunch World Cup clash with Ireland on Sunday
Louis Picamoles and Noa Nakaitaci both return for the French.
Saint-André unleashes his inner Mourinho as France find no comfort in Croydon
Each Tuesday, we go on Bleuwatch to try and figure out which French team is going to show up on 11 October.
Wales and France have made some inexperienced call-ups after their injury problems
Tyler Morgan and Remy Grosso have just one cap between them.
Massive blow for France as Yoann Huget is ruled out of the Rugby World Cup
The winger suffered a cruciate ligament injury against Italy on Saturday.
Bad news for Ireland as France are starting to look back to their best
Veteran fly-half Frederic Michalak gave his hopes of a World Cup starting spot a major lift with a record-breaking performance.
A Toulouse legend is set to replace PSA as France boss post-World Cup
Guy Novés is being reported as the next man in charge of les Blues.
There are eight candidates to replace Saint-André as France coach
Toulouse legend Guy Novès is currently the favourite within French media circles.
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France grind out a win in Rome to keep slim Six Nations hopes alive
In wet conditions, Les Bleus failed to impress yet again.
Who are the new French faces and how much danger do they pose for Ireland?
French rugby journalist Arnaud Coudry lended his expertise on the less familiar French players.
Philippe Saint-André has picked an impressive France XV to face Scotland
The French have opted to leave Morgan Parra on the bench as Rory Kockott starts alongside Camille Lopez.
France have named an ominously strong squad for the Six Nations
Clermont’s electric wing Nao Nakaitaci could make his Test debut, while Louis Picamoles is back in the frame.
Saint-André names unchanged France XV for clash with Cheika's Wallabies
Australia will warm up for their clash with Ireland at the Stade de France.
'France are the Spain of rugby' - More pressure on Saint-André
Toulon’s Bernard Laporte has joined his president in questioning Les Bleus’ head coach.
Saint-André changes two as France aim to avoid whitewash in Australia
The former Gloucester coach is under increasing pressure as his side look for a strong performance.
10 changes for France as Saint-André reacts to first Test hiding
Les Bleus have recalled Thierry Dusautoir as captain ahead of their second clash with the Wallabies.
Saint-André names 30-man France squad for 2014/15 season
The group, which includes François Trinh-Duc, will benefit from a less demanding club calendar.
Yellow for ROG, Wally's late try and hurt; the last time Munster played Toulon
The province’s defeat to the Philippe Saint-André’s men meant they failed to reach the knock-out stages of the Heineken Cup.
Saint-Andre says he will be France 'scapegoat' if Ireland win in Paris
“We’re still dreaming about winning, about scoring 15 tries and that everyone’s in a dream,” says the France boss.
Saint-André facing tough questions as France prepare for Ireland
Les Bleus’ head coach is coming under increasing scrutiny as his side continues to stumble forward.
Seven changes for France as Saint-André makes controversial calls
Gaël Fickou has been left on the bench, despite the absence of Wesley Fofana in the centre.
Wesley Fofana's Six Nations looks to be over after fractured rib
Clermont have released a statement saying the inside centre will miss three or four weeks of action.
More evolution than revolution admits Saint-Andre after French triumph
The France coach says smiles are back on his players’ faces as they started their campaign with a comeback win.
Pressure on France's Saint-André ahead of 'Le Crunch' in Paris
France host England on Saturday, but they’ve got some out-half worries ahead of the game.
All you need to know about France ahead of the Six Nations
We’ve taken a look at how Les Bleus are shaping up for this year’s tournament.
6 Nations: Bastareaud makes French cut for Italy test
Bastareaud is in superlative form with Toulon, who topped their European Cup pool to reach the quarter-finals.
Profile: Grandfather’s French Resistance heroism is in my DNA – says Les Bleus boss Saint-Andre
The France coach’s grandfather was executed by the Nazis.
Open thread: how will Ireland do against France this afternoon?
If they are to make it two wins from three, Ireland will have to earn their first win at the Stade de France since 2000.
Groundhog day: do Ireland need a 7 to win in Paris?
Is Peter O’Mahony the the key to an Irish win in Paris this weekend?