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The Pumas started a mini concentration in Paris

The Pumas started a mini concentration in Paris

With the presence of forty players, the Argentine rugby team, Los Pumas, began this Monday a mini concentration of three days at the facilities of the Stade Francais club, in Paris.

The activity was directed by the Australian coach Michael Cheika, along with its group of collaborators integrated by Juan Martin Fernandez Lobbe, Felipe Contepomithe New Zealander David Kidnell and Andrés Bordoy.

The Camp’s main objective is to start finalizing details for the France 2023 World Cup, which will start in September. And after four months without meeting, Los Pumas met again in Paris to carry out tactical training, video analysis of the matches played last year and different variants offensively and defensively.

The players who were part of the mini tour at the facilities of the Stade Francais club in Paris were Thomas BathrobeMatthias GermanLautaro Bazan VelezEduardo Beautiful; Gonzalo bertranou; emiliano Boffelli; Rodrigo bruniIgnatius streets, Sebastian cancelliere.

Mateo Carreras, Santiago Carreraspike Cinti, Santiago chocobarsSantiago LambAgustin CreevyThomas CubelliJerome From the sourceBaptist Delguythomas RoosterFrancisco Gomez Kodela.

Juan Martin gonzalezSantiago grondonaJuan ImhoffFacundo IsaFrames KremerThomas lavaniniJuan Cruz malliaJulian MontoyaMatthias MoroniMatthias OrlandoJoaquin OviedoLuke PaulosGuido pettiPedro Rubiolo.

ignacio RuizJoel SclaviSantiago partnerNahuel Busty ShortyNicholas viola and Genaro Podestá (these last two as guests).

DT Cheika resolved that the players Eliseo Morales and Rodrigo Martínez, both members of the Argentine franchise Pampas, as well as Franco Molina, of Dogos XV, were not called up to continue participating in the Super Rugby Americas tournament.

For his part, the Tucuman opening Nicolas Sanchez and the raphaelian pillar Mayco Vivas, both injured, were not loaned out by their clubs Stade Francais and Gloucester of England, respectively.

In the World Cup France 2023, Los Pumas will integrate Zone D together with those selected from England, Chile, Japan and Samoa.

Argentina will debut against England, current world runner-up, on September 9 in Marseille; then he will play on the 22nd against Tonga at the Stade Geoffroy-Guichard in Saint Etienne; on the 30th he will do it against Chile at the Stade de la Beaujoire in Nantes, the same stadium where the zone will close against Japan on October 8.

The Rugby World Cup France 2023 will begin on Friday September 8 with the opening match that will star in the host country against New Zealand at the Stade de France in Saint-Deniswhile the final will be played on October 28, in the same stadium.

Ireland remains first in the ranking

The rugby team of Ireland remains at the top of the ranking made by World Rugbywhile Wales moved up to ninth place after last Saturday’s win over their counterparts Italy 29-7, ranking in which Los Pumas remain in the eighth step.

The “green” team won as a visitor this Sunday to his pair of Scotland by 22-7 in the city of Edinburgh, valid meeting by fourth and penultimate date of the Six Nations tournament who leads with 19 points.

Next Saturday he will receive England in Aviva Stadium in the city of Dublin, and with a victory he will become champion of the traditional tournament.

For his part, France continues second with the win that gave England away 53-10the heaviest defeat in history suffered by the “la Rosa” team in which they scored seven tries.

The official ranking World Rugby is next: 1) Ireland 91.82) France 90.47, 3) New Zealand 88.98, 4) South Africa 88.97, 5) Scotland 82.77, 6) England 82.12, 7) Australia 81.80, 8) Argentina 80.729) Wales 78.08 and 10) Japan 77.39.

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