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Ben Cohen has teamed up with his 2003 World Cup-winning team-mate Steve Thompson after signing for Brive.
Cohen has been a free agent since buying out his contract at Northampton - with the England wing upset at missing out on the Saints captaincy.
The 29-year-old had been strongly linked to a move to Leicester Tigers, however Cohen has been convinced to swap the Guinness Premiership for a new life in France.
Former Saints team-mate Thompson has made a big impact after coming out of retirement to play for Brive - and he will now be joined by Cohen, who has agreed an 18-month deal.
Cohen said: "Brive have really welcomed me to the club. I'm a competitor and I will try to use my experience to help the club.
"It's a new challenge for me and I know that I will have to find my place in the team."
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Castres flanker Ibrahim Diarra will miss the Heineken Cup games against Northampton and Ulster through suspension.
Ulster's home clash with Glasgow will be the first of 11 Heineken Cup round five matches broadcast live on Sky Sports.
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Saracens moved to the top of Heineken Cup Pool 1 after battling to a 19-13 victory over Munster at Vicarage Road.
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