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Ringrose Seeking Self-Improvement As Los Pumas Enter Focus

Garry Ringrose Ireland

Ireland centre Garry Ringrose believes that himself and the rest of his teammates will need to improve on the performance which saw his side run out 54-7 winners against Italy in order to get a victory against Argentina this weekend.  “I think it probably has to come up a notch [the performance],” Ringrose said on Monday. “I think both teams …

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The Power XV: Picking The Strongest Team In World Rugby

CARDIFF, WALES - MARCH 10: CJ Stander of Ireland holds off Scott Williams of Wales during the Six Nations match between Wales and Ireland at the Principality Stadium on March 10, 2017 in Cardiff, Wales. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images)

Who’s the strongest of them all? Having assembled a Speed XV and a Flair XV, we wonder if a Power XV would trample over both these teams. In a world of blockbusting, gym-honed gladiators, who would make the most physically powerful XV in their respective positions? And which XV out of the three sides would come out on top overall? …

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Watch: Joe Marler Shows How Much He’s Grown By Shaking Enrique Pieretto’s Hand After Being Stamped Upon

England v Argentina - Old Mutual Wealth Series

Joe Marler came in for a great deal of criticism last season. Despite being a key member of England’s Grand Slam winning team, Joe Marler’s season threatened to come off the rails following a series of high profile incidents. First came his “gypsy boy” comment made in the direction of Wales prop Samson Lee, an incident that drew the attention of …

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Opinion: Why Every England Fan Should Be Proud Of Their Team

Despite losing Elliot Daly due to an out-of-character challenge in the air, England’s defence stood resolute against an Argentina side that had no answers to the intelligence and foresight of the men in white’s brick wall. In the history of test rugby, 49 players have been red carded and seen their team still win, whereas 102 players have been red …

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England Player Ratings V Argentina

In a game completely altered by one bizarre and silly mistake by centre-turned-winger Elliot Daly, England showed wonderful grit and resolve to grind out a win against a tired but determined Argentina team. We rate the players from 1 to 23: 1) Mako Vunipola In the early stages of the game he once again combined well with his brother Billy …

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5 Quick Conclusions From England Vs. Argentina

England v Argentina - Old Mutual Wealth Series

1. Elliot Daly’s Red Card This has been a tough for rugby’s law makers. Last week the All Blacks came in for a great deal of criticism following a series of high profile challenges during their game with Ireland. On Friday World Rugby then issued a press release detailing stricter regulations to deal with instances of foul play and high tackles. …

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Watch: Enrique Pieretto Sent Off For Disgusting Stamp On Joe Marler

  Argentina lost their discipline as the game drew to a conclusion. Argentina are one of the most frustrating teams in the game. For as much of the good will they receive from fans of other nations, their discipline is atrocious at times. This was the case against England in Twickeham on Saturday afternoon. Despite having a one man advantage following …

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EXCLUSIVE – England’s Charlie Ewels: ‘We Want To Play An All-Court Game’

England’s newest cap Charlie Ewels spoke exclusively to Pundit Arena’s Paul Wassell about his transition into international rugby, working with head coach Eddie Jones and becoming a better player. “Mate, it feels unbelievable, it’s like a dream come true, I guess. Growing up and watching the England team being successful in the past and to think that now I’m capped …

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The England Team Eddie Jones Should Pick To Play Argentina

After a convincing first 30 minutes from England and moments of sporadic excellence throughout the rest of the game, the national side can take a lot of positives from their 58 – 15 performance against Fiji, although with some troubling setbacks they will want to put right in a week’s time. Although Mako Vunipola excelled in the loose and Dylan …

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Mario Ledesma Discusses What He Believes Has Been Vital To Argentina’s Improvement

BATH, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 26: Mario Ledesma, Scrum Coach of Australia speaks to the media following the Australia Captain's Run ahead of the 2015 Rugby World Cup Pool A match against Uruguay at the MacDonald Bath Spa Hotel on September 26, 2015 in Bath, United Kingdom. (Photo by Dan Mullan/Getty Images)

Argentina were the ninth ranked team in World Rugby before Mario Ledesma’s final tournament as an Argentine rugby player. Argentina were riding high after making the semi-finals of the 2007 Rugby World Cup and there was optimism that the Jaguars could achieve similar success at the 2011 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand. Despite losing their opening game against 2007 finalists …

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Agustin Creevy Linked With Move To Top 14 Club

Agustin Creevy could be set for a move to France. The money on offer in France means that very few players are out of the reach of Top 14 clubs. Throughout the last number of years, Toulon’s financial advantage has been eroded by like of Montpellier and Racing 92 who have each invested heavily in their squads. Indeed, last season …

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