Naturally, the victory of Los Pumas over the All Blacks last Saturday for the Three nations gave a lot to talk about. It was the first in the history of the Argentine national team against the New Zealander.
From what happened on Saturday in Sydney, Hamish McLennan, President of Rugby Australia, referred to the uncertain context with which he still lives Jaguars, product of the pandemic that impacted globally.
In a note he kept with him Sydney morning herald, expressed his desire and gave the go-ahead to the different Australian teams to incorporate more Argentine players, following the example of Western force, which from next year will feature Julián Montoya and Tomás Cubelli. This team, it should be noted, in addition to the local tournament, in 2021 it will participate in the new Trans-Tasman Super Rugby, which will bring together Aussie and New Zealand teams.
“I applaud WF for making that move. We should help them and try to create the best Super Rugby competition in the world. I spoke with Agustín Pichot on Sunday, who was obviously excited for the victory. He has done everything he can to help his players. We must support it, “McLennan said.