Argentina with 14 players playing in France to challenge the Blues

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The Pumas coach unveiled the players selected for the autumn tour. The Stade de France will begin on November 6 against the Blues.

A solid list with a few new additions. Coach Mario Ledesma has retained only two new faces on the list of 32 players selected for next month’s Puma tour of Europe. They are Facundo Cordero (Santiago’s brother) and Ignacio Ruiz of Jaguar XV. For the rest, only three players have disappeared from the list following the rugby championship classic: Toulouse center Santiago Chocobarus, Perpignan third tier Joaquin Oviedo, and Scarlett Flanker (Wales) Thomas Lesana.

In this list, Puma, who plays in France, has attracted attention since the age of fourteen (12 out of 12, 2 in Pro D2): Facundo Bosch (La Rochelle), Rodrigo Bruni (Vanuatu), Santiago Cordero, Guido Petti (Bordeaux-Bogiles), Francisco Gomez Codella (Lyon), Facundo Issa (Toulon), Marcos Kramer (Stade Franസois), Thomas Lavanni (Clarmont), Juan Cruz Mallia (Toulouse), Lucas Monsa (Mont-de-Marc )n), Jerണിnimo de la Lao Perpignan), already there this summer.

Nicolas Sanchez and Thomas Cubelli are back

He was joined by the injured Beatrice scrum half Thomas Cubelli (79 caps) and Nicolas Sanchez (90 caps), who suffered knee injuries in four nations. The Argentine opener, who has yet to play in the top 14 this season, is finally back, and Stade Frances must even be on the bench in Paris this Saturday to face the LOU.

The group also includes third-ranked Pablo Matera (formerly Stade Franസois) and right-handed Santiago Medrano, who were dropped from the group ahead of the final match of the rugby championship against Australia for violating hygiene rules.

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In 2021, Puma lost six of their meetings

Pumas will begin their tour of France against Stade de France on November 6, then travel to Treviso to face Italy on November 13 and challenge Ireland at Aviva Stadium on November 21. The Argentines are in complete doubt as they have lost six out of six in 2021.

We tried to analyze what happened (Editor’s note during Rugby Championship) To learn from it and see how we can be betterPumas Captain Julian Montoya said. We all want to succeed, and we do everything we can to achieve it. We hope our efforts in training will be reflected on the pitch. Our goal is clear: to make a successful tour to finish the year well. We need to ask ourselves to take out the best of each other and put the pumice jersey back where it is needed: as high as possible …

Argentina Group:

Forward : Matías Alemanno (Gloucester), Eduardo Bello (Zèbres de Parmes), Facundo Bosch (La Rochelle), Rodrigo Bruni (Vannes), Thomas Gallo (Benetton Trévise), Facundo Gigena (London Irish), Francisco Gómez Codlalas Martnez ), Santiago Grondona (Newcastle), Facundo Issa (Toulon), Marcos Kramer (Stade Franസois), Thomas Lavonini (Claremont), Pablo Mattera (St Frances), Santiago Medrano (Western Force), Leicester, (Leicester) ), Ignacio Ruiz (Jaguar XV), Nahuel Tetas Chaparro (Benetton Travis).

On the back : Gonzalo Bertrano (Gwent Dragons), Emiliano Bofelli (Edinburgh), Matteo Carreras (Newcastle), Santiago Carreras (Gloucester), Lucio Cinti (Argentina 7), Facundo Cordero (Exeter), Tomas Cupert (Foucault) (USAP), Gonzalo Garcia (Valorugby Emilia), Juan Cruz Mallia (Toulouse), Lucas Mensa (Mont-de-Marsen), Matthias Moroni (Leicester), Nicolas Sanchez (Stade Francis).

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