Discussion in 'Super Rugby' started by Jaguares, Feb 14, 2015.
OMFG! They wore an awful grey jersey. We are lost!!!
I though clowns were supposed to be funny.
The only ones I saw for sale in Argentina are without grip in chest and sleeves.
Lions-Jaguares pre season match highlights.
Just goes to show how one can never take anything from these games. I mean, the same Jaguars team loses to a Stormers B team at a venue that they should feel comfortable in if there is a foreign place they should feel comfortabl in and then go and humiliate a close to full strength Lions team on the Highveld. I have no idea what - if anything - to take from these results.
Have the Jaguars team improved that much from one game? Which result of the two could be considered a one-off result? Are the Stormers in better shape than I have imagined or are the Lions in worse?
After the Wolves game i would say Lions are worse
I'll be surprised if anyones going to be able to deny Creevy is the best hooker getting around by the time this years out.
I agree, its undeniable. Agustin "Sonny Bill" Creevy
found this article about tthe jags and much more
Apprently Argentina rugby are thinking of making a big offer to one of the Argentina props playing outside of super rugby.
Ayerza name mentioned, can't see him leaving Leicester for Argentina to be honest.
Haven't read article but people torn over if it is a thing or just what the writer think Argentina should do.
Ayerza does seem Leicester through and through.
Maybe Juan Figallo? Seems to be past his injury issues now, and only 27.
Figallo would be a good shout.
Guess Marocs will be 34 next year so I don't know how much a draw international rugby is.
Not many foreign players have stayed at a club for 10 years. Hoping he will retire a one club man.
I agree Figallo seems to be the most logical choice, for reasons you guys mentioned.
It bothers me to see how much Los Jaguares have improved their attacking rugby with the backs, but on the other hand we lost that supremacy on the scrum and forward play.
Without any doubt Figallo would be an upgrade in comparison with our current left props.
He signed a 'multi-year extension' to his contract at Saracens only very recently ... (http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/rugby-union/35422002)
I agree. Our defense is not what it used to be either.
I hope it's true, our scrum in the two games so far sucked balls and I'm starting to get worried for the Pumas.
has their been any official announcement about the status of juan martin hernandez?
Jaguars squad for the first two games of the tour of New Zealand
April, 2: against Blues (Auckland)
April, 9: Hurricanes (Wellington)
Initial roster: Felipe Arregui, Rodrigo BÃ¡ez, Gonzalo Bertranou, Emiliano Boffelli, Facundo Bosch, Santiago Cordero, JerÃ³nimo de la Fuente, Santiago GarcÃa Botta, Santiago GonzÃ¡lez Iglesias, Juan Cruz GuillemaÃn, Ramiro Herrera, MartÃn Landajo, TomÃ¡s Lavanini, TomÃ¡s Lezana, Pablo Matera, Manuel Montero, JuliÃ¡n Montoya, MatÃas Moroni, MatÃas Orlando, JoaquÃn Paz, Guido Petti, Enrique Pieretto, NicolÃ¡s SÃ¡nchez, Leonardo Senatore y Roberto Tejerizo.
For the second part of the tour add ten players more: MatÃas Alemanno, AgustÃn Creevy, Felipe Ezcurra, Facundo Gigena, Lucas GonzÃ¡lez Amorosino, Juan MartÃn HernÃ¡ndez, Facundo Isa, Juan Manuel LeguizamÃ³n, Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro y JoaquÃn Tuculet.
April, 15: Crusaders (Christchurch)
April, 23: Sunwolves (Tokio)
Cordero had a crash with his car so we wont be going this time. HeÂ´ll be in the 10 players that go after one week. His replacement i dont recall =P
Ramiro Moyano. He played as fullback in November against the Baa Bas. http://www.uar.com.ar/jugadores/ficha_jugador.asp?idjugador=846&idcategoria=41&estilo=los
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