He debate has already started in the social networks of Scrum and the pinnacle of the question will be with the word of the protagonists that you will be able to see Thursdays at 7 p.m., on the Youtube / ESPNFansLatam channel. Is about Opening Game in Scrum, he new digital program in which the main protagonists are our followers.
Federico, former first line of the Argentine national team, went through Abriendo Juego en Scrum and provided his opinion about a key issue in current Argentine rugby.
The first debate raised was: Did Los Pumas favor adopting a style of play closer to that of teams from the southern hemisphere than that of the northern hemisphere? And in the first edition of the program that will be broadcast on Thursday October 29 there will be three luxury guests to settle this issue: Daniel Hourcade, Los Pumas coach in the 2015 World Cup; Santiago Phelan, head coach of Los Pumas in the 2011 World Cup, and Diego Cash, forward coach at RWC 2007.
During his time at Opening Game in Scrum, the former front line of Los Pumas referred to one of the key aspects that, according to his perspective, “should not be neglected.”
They were joined Maxi duran, a Scrum follower on Instagram (@ maxiduran88), by Carlos Paz Rugby, who after leaving his comment was invited to participate in the talk. Comment on the posts of #OpenGameEnScrum Y you can be the next to participate in the program, although you are already part of the debate.
“The defense of Los Pumas has always been a flag,” he said. Esteban Lasala which also joined Opening Game and gave his opinion on the positive and negative of “give more importance to the attack“.
The former coach referred to the style of play of Los Pumas and told how he has seen the team in these aspects in recent years.
“Los Pumas’ game difference between the 2007, 2011 and 2015 World Cups was quite marked. In 2007 we were a very defensive team, with individualities that made a difference, and in 2011 an attempt was made to emphasize the offensive. We try to generate more attack structures. Already in 2015, the team turned 100% to the offensive“, he added Horacio Agulla, a member of the Los Pumas squad in France, New Zealand and England.
In ‘Opening Game in Scrum’, the ex-back of the Argentine team said diversity in the game system was “quite marked.”