Six Nations Rugby | Baille takes the time to visit a young fan in the hospital
The story began when Louca, 13, a Stade Toulousain fan, collapsed during a PE class after suffering a heart attack.
He was rushed to hospital and had to be cut from the Toulouse branded jersey he was wearing by paramedics.
Louca was fitted with a pacemaker and as he recovered in hospital, Baille went to visit the youngster, presenting him with a new Toulouse shirt signed by all the players.
The visit was organized by Petit Coeur de Beurre, a charity that supports children born with heart defects.
When it was explained to Louca that he could no longer play rugby, a blow for the young person who loves this sport, the director of the association Marie Bergé contacted Toulouse to see what she could do.
Thanks to his intervention, Baille went to see Louca in the hospital, gave him the jersey and showed him a video of some of his favorite players wishing him luck.
A few days later, Baille joined the rest of the French squad ahead of their Guinness Six Nations opener against Italy.
He started the 37-10 win over the Azzurri before another outstanding performance in the 30-24 win over Ireland.
Baille and France now prepare for their third-round clash with Scotland as they look to claim three wins from as many games.
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