This Saturday the 2021/22 season of the France Top 14, with the presence of a large number of Argentines. To those who already performed in the last edition, several reinforcements are added for their respective teams.
A post-by-post review to get to know all the Albiceleste players who will participate in the French tournament. On the front line Joel Sclavi, Facundo Bosch, Francisco Gomez Kodela, Ramiro Herrera placeholder image, Paul dimcheff and Ignacio Calles are the Argentines who will perform in the Top 14 season. In the second row, Thomas Lavanini, Guido petti, Mark Kremer and Lucas paulos they will be indispensable players in their teams. Finally in the pack of forwards, the third line of Argentines in France will be made up of: Facundo Isa, Joaquin Oviedo, and again Petti and Kremer, who can perform in both positions.
Already in the backs, in the scrum half position there are two reinforcements for this season: Thomas Cubelli and Martin Landajo. As an opening, Benjamin Urdapilleta, Nicolas Sanchez and Patricio fernandez they are three of the outstanding ones that appear in the French contest.
As centers there will be two consolidated players in Los Pumas: Jerónimo de la Fuente and Santiago Chocobares. For their part, the three in the fund include: Juan Imhoff, Baptist Delguy, Axel muller, Santiago Lamb and Juan Cruz Mallía.
Lastly, as a coach, Gonzalo Quesada continues to command Stade Francais, no longer Pablo Matera, who from next Super Rugby season will play for Crusaders.
Here are all the Argentines who will perform in the Top 14 season:
Toulouse: Juan Cruz Mallía and Santiago Chocobares.
Racing 92: Juan Imhoff.
Bordeaux: Guido Petti, Santiago Cordero and Pablo Dimcheff.
Brive: Lucas Paulos and Axel Muller.
Castres: Benjamin Urdapilleta.
La Rochelle: Ramiro Herrera, Facundo Bosch and Joel Sclavi.
Lyon: Francisco Gómez Kodela.
Stade Francais: Nicolás Sánchez and Marcos Kremer. Gonzalo Quesada, head coach.
Pau: Ignacio Calles.
Toulon: Facundo Isa.
Clermont: Tomás Lavanini.
Perpignan: Jerónimo de la Fuente, Martín Landajo, Bautista Delguy, Joaquín Oviedo and Patricio Fernández.
Biarritz: Tomás Cubelli.