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Argentina Rugby team (Pumas) has played around five championship matches against Australian Rugby team (Wallabies). But it has not got the opportunity to win even one of those five matches. In totality, Pumas has played seventeen matches in the Rugby Championships and has not won any match.
Surely, Argentina has improved a lot but then the fans are becoming more and more restless because the team has not been able to show any great results. There is a lot of pressure on Argentina’s Pumas as it is going to try to end its winless streak on the 4th of October, 2014 in the match against the Australia’s Wallabies in Mendoza.
Australia played exceptionally well last week but the team was defeated by South Africa. Argentina also could not outplay New Zealand and were crushed terribly.
Although the Pumas have a home advantage against Wallabies, certain crucial changes to the Argentina team lineup has taken place.
Jean Manuel Leguizamon and Juan Martin Fernandez Lobbe are not going to be a part of the Pumas squad.
Benjamin Macome is going to be the substitute for Lobbe which means he takes up the No.7 position. Macome’s No. 6 position is going to be taken up by Rodrigo Baez.
Ramiro Herrera is being replaced by Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro in the rugby front row to get the tighthead pro position.
Tomas Lavanini (banned for a week because of charging into Richie McCaw- All Blacks’ captain) is going to play the test against Australia for the very first time.
Martin Landajo will take up the No. 9 rugby position instead of Tomas Cubelli.
The No. 13 jersey will be taken up by Horacio Agulla in order to replace Marcelo Bosch.
Lucas Gonzalez Amorosino is going to replace Manuel Montero as the left winger.
Nicolas Sanchez will start at five-eight rugby position.
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Come the new season and Leicester Tigers are determined to reproduce their winning performance in the 2012-13 seasons whereby they won the Aviva Premiership title. Over the years they have been one of the most successful clubs in the premiership with a record nine consecutive appearances in the final from 2005 to 2013. Keeping in mind the rich success of the previous years the officials have gone forward to sign some new and exciting players for their upcoming campaign. Richard Cockerill, Director of Rugby in Leicester has recently released a declaration of signing five new players for the club. Due to the increasing excitement among the fans who love to watch young English talents on their side, Freddie Burns, the Gloucester star, has been picked up by the coaching and management staffs. On the other hand, Christian Loamanu shall be strengthening the defense. He is also joined by hooker Leonardo Ghiraldini and flanker Robert Barbieri. Castres fly half Seremaia Bai shall be adding to the experience of the team at 35 years of age.
The greatest number of eyebrows has been raised about the signing of Freddie Burns who has had a rough patch recently due to on and off field reasons but there is no denial of the fact that he is one of the best talents in contemporary England. Leicester Tigers are hopeful that Burns shall be able to adjust to the new club and the alien conditions. Along with Owen Williams he shall be a force to reckon with and it will also help in maintaining a healthy competition for a spot in the team. The fans are pinning their hopes on the team and the lineup looks complete with the addition of the new players. Contract details of the players remain undisclosed till date but they have joined practice sessions.
Australia Rugby is looking to make a mark in the upcoming World Cup of 2015. The preparation for the same has started long ago but the most important decision taken till date was the inclusion of Kurtley Beale and omission of Bernard Foley in the team. Everyone including Beale himself was expecting his Waratah teammate to make the cut into the national team. Both of them have been prolific performers for the Waratah as they defeated the Crusaders in the Super Rugby league final. New Zealand coach Steve Hanson was quoted being “dumbfounded” at the decision made by the Bosses of Australia Rugby. According to him it might be a conscious and political decision in order to keep Beale in the Rugby Union. Beale had clearly mentioned his desire for the number 10 jersey and was duly rewarded. Hanson’s sid eon the other hand will look to drive against all the odds and planning of the rival nations with the sole purpose of winning each and every game that they play.
The other changes that have been made to Australia Rugby team are the movement of Adam Ashley Cooper from wing to outside centre at the expense of Tevita Kuridrani. Rob Horne and Pat McCabe are the new wingers with Nick Cummins moving to Japan with a new assignment. Israel Fulau, Matt Toomua and Nick White have retained their position in the squad. Nathan Charles and Sam Carter make it to the forward line up owing to some injuries. The former captain James Horwill has been left out of the squad which is concentrating on nurturing new talents. Ewen McKenzie mentioned that the selection process was an extremely tough job but they have ensured that the best foot is put forward. The fans and the officials will now be looking forward to the players to deliver the goods.
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