Barbarians Add Four More Superstars To Squad For England Game
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The Barbarians have added four more superstars to their squad to face England at Twickenham on 2 June.
Head coach Pat Lam has called up full back Charles Piutau from his own club Bristol Bears, along with PRO14 Player of the Year Viliame Mata and Toulon back row forwards All Black Liam Messam and Puma Facundo Isa.
The new additions join six players who have already accepted invitations to join the squad. Bristol Bears are also providing provide New Zealand’s Steven Luatua and John Afoa with Samoa captain Chris Vui due to make his first appearance for the Baa-baas.
Already recruited from Toulon are New Zealand centre Malakai Fekitoa, Wales scrum half Rhys Webb and Fijian wing Filipo Nakosi.
Barbarians squad so far: