Los Pumas’ tough loss to New Zealand was not one of the things that had the biggest impact on the rugby world in the last 24 hours. Many people spoke about the tribute of Los Pumas to Diego Armando MaradonaEven different authorized voices in the sport recognized that it had been somewhat simple and that more could be done. In addition, the entire planet recognized the gesture that the All Blacks had in the Haka.
The Los Pumas Sports Manager explained how the recognition of Ten was planned for this Saturday’s game against the All Blacks.
Marcelo loffreda, member of the staff of Mario Ledesma and former coach of the national team during the historic 2007 World Cup, he counted in exclusive with Scrum what happened promptly with the much mentioned tribute. He recognized the trust placed in him by Argentina Rugby Union to the coaching staff and players to remind the soccer star and that nothing was going to be big enough to recognize the size and height of a figure like Maradona.
He also clarified that there will be voices that agree and discussions, but that not everyone can be satisfied. He also stressed the importance of internal tribute made by the campus to face the match for the fifth date of the Three nations.
In a talk with Scrum, the Los Pumas Sports Manager referred to the Argentine team’s recognition of Diego in the match against the All Blacks.
By last thanked the All Blacks for the enormous gesture they had to decorate Maradona, showing the black shirt with his name before the Haka.
In an exclusive note with Scrum, the Los Pumas Sports Manager said that they found out “10 minutes before the game” and that they highly valued the gesture.