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One Piece 941 Release Date And Spoilers: Well, it's official. The crew is complete. Caribou has joined the Straw Hat Pirates, fulfilling Luffy's dream to have ten crew members. This revelation is quite out of left field, as Carrot and Momonosuke were the top candidates to take that final spot, but honestly, I can't think of anyone more deserving than Caribou. He has a Logia power, diversifying the crew's power sets. Oda said that a former villain would join the crew, and Caribou of course fits that to a tee. We've also seen his tragic backstory, when he left his brother Coribou to die at the Marine base in his cover story, and when that other guy's grandma died in front of him. Truly a tear jerker. If you supported Carrot or someone else for Straw Hat, I would not give up hope just yet. If Jinbe died on Whole Cake Island, there will be a spot open for her. But in the meantime, it's Caribou's time to shine!

South Africa v England: Billy Vunipola breaks arm in second Test

England number eight Billy Vunipola refractured his arm during England's defeat by South Africa on Saturday. The 25-year-old only returned to action in April after four months out with a broken right arm. Vunipola was forced off with the injury before half-time in Bloemfontein, six months after first breaking his arm in Saracens' European Champions Cup tie with Ospreys. He will return to London on Sunday for further assessment. Brother Mako Vunipola is also returning home for family reasons, while Ellis Genge has already flown back to the UK because of a knee injury picked up in training. The Leicester Tigers forward has been replaced in the squad by Alex Hepburn. England lost the second Test 23-12 as South Africa wrapped up the series 2-0 - Eddie Jones' side's fifth defeat in succession. They meet South Africa again on Saturday at Newlands.


Vunipola's run of injuries dates back to the 2015 Rugby World Cup when he was ruled out of the tournament after suffering knee ligament damage against Wales in the pool stages. A year later, in the autumn of 2016, he missed a chunk of the season following more knee damage, before returning for the end of the 2017 Six Nations and Saracens' retention of the European Champions Cup. A long-running shoulder problem forced him out of the British and Irish Lions tour of New Zealand, and he had knee surgery last autumn. He was then ruled out of this year's Six Nations after breaking his arm for the first time.

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