While waiting for next season, the Best Rugby League in the United States does not stop incorporating South American players to inject a dose of freshness into the show. Of all the arts in the world they come with the illusion of being champion and Argentina is no exception.
With Juan Manuel Leguizamón waiting for the definition of his future in the coming months, the North American contest continues with the hiring of exPumas and now the signing of Manuel Montero with the Toronto Arrows, a Canadian team that already has on its staff the Argentine Tomás de la Vega (second season), Juan Cruz González and Gastón Cortés.
On the other hand, Juan Pablo Aguirre (first Argentine to participate in the League) continues his time at Rugby United in New York; while Houston SaberCats are followed by Matías Freyre, Thomas Morani, Nicolás Solveyra and Diego Fortuny. In addition, the NOLA Gold Juan Cappiello joins the team that already had Joaquín Domínguez among its ranks.
Other novelties of recent times was the signing of the former player of Jaguares Bautista Ezcurra with Atlanta. “From December to June I am going to join Atlanta from the MLR. It is a very professional team and the fact of being a professional again is to continue being and competing here in Argentina,” the back that emerged in Hindu had told him at the time. Scrum.