He Los Pumas scrum half, Tomás Cubelli, will continue his career in Western force from Australia, a country where he already knew how to shine in Brumbies for two seasons, before returning to Jaguars, where last year he reached the final of Super Rugby. Installed in the hotel along with the rest of the team that will participate in the Rugby Championship, he spoke exclusively with the Scrum special envoy and spoke about his professional future, what it means to travel together with Julián Montoya, the moment of the Argentine national team and much more.
The first topic he referred to was new challenge that will be presented to you with Western Force, a team that this year returned to Super Rugby Australia, and was very happy about the possibility of returning to rugby in that country.
The Los Pumas scrum half recounted the details of his move to Australian rugby for next season.
In addition, he highlighted that another of the key factors in making his decision was the calendar that the team will face, which will allow them to continue representing Los Pumas without overlapping with the club.
The former Brumbies and Jaguars scrum-half shared what appealed to him about the possibility of going to the Western Force and what he told his former Brumbies teammates.
On the other hand, he was very happy for to be able to travel with his friend Julián MontoyaAlthough he will not be the only familiar face on the roster, as he will have some former Brumbies teammates.
Then he referred to the present day Argentine selected and what was an atypical year, marked by the pandemic and the affection of several players with Coronavirus.
The back of Los Pumas described how unusual this training period for the selected team and his physical care was.
On the other hand, he spoke of the importance of decision making, something that stood out in the Australian and New Zealand teams, and in which the team led by Mario Ledesma is working intensely at this time of preparation.
A no minor issue will be the incorporation of Argentine players who play in Europe. After confirming the advancement of the match between All Blacks and Wallabies for October 31, the scrum half referred to the possibility that Australia relax the quarantine policies, which would allow Los Pumas to have more work in the societies.
Finally, he made an interesting reflection on what the World Cup was and the desire to wear the light blue and white jersey again, and the time without a game that gave him the opportunity not to play with a thirst for revenge and thus avoid unnecessary burdens.
On the 9th of Los Pumas he spoke of the anxiety about wearing the shirt again, but at the same time he stressed: “It also helped me to get that out of me, not to play with a thirst for revenge.”