The different tournaments in Europe are coming to an end and there is only left to play in the Premiership and Top 14 their respective semifinals and final. While only eight are the teams that are still active and in play for the crown of English and French rugby, different Argentine players have already said goodbye to their clubs and will continue, some, in the preparation with The Pumas heading into the July international window in Wales and Romania.
After being left out of the title fight by losing in the playoff to Racing 92, Pablo Matera He will continue his journey in New Zealand and will be part of the Crusaders roster. This is how the third row of the Stade Français said goodbye: “Thank you. Proud to be part of this team. It was a great adventure! Until next time.”
Continuing in France, there were several who, although they will continue in the club, said goodbye to the current season that has already ended for them. Among the are Facundo Isa, Benjamin Urdapilleta, Ignacio Calles, Lucas Paulos and the brand new Pro D2 champion, Jerónimo de la Fuente.
In England, there were also goodbyes. So much Joaquin Diaz Bonilla, What Thomas Lavanini are no longer Leicester players and will no longer share the Premiership pitch with Matías Moroni and Julián Montoya. All of them expressed themselves through their social networks.
“End of the season with Leicester and the last game in this shirt. A club that opened its doors to me and welcomed me with a huge hug and always made me feel at home. I was lucky enough to meet incredible people, I have good memories of Each one. Another great thing was playing at Welford Road, every game there with his people was incredible. Thank you so much for everything, “wrote the second line. While the opening published: “End of the season, not what I expected, but the experience was enjoyed. Thank you Leicester. The Argentine company is going to be missed.”
Agustín Creevy, Facundo Gigena and Mateo Carreras were others who said goodbye to the season, the first two at London Irish and the second at Newcastle Falcons, a team he shares with Matías Orlando who said: “End of a season of pure learning! Very anxious for what is to come.”