Pumas: Six-Nations and Tri-Nations... is that possible??

August 17, 2008 10:41am CST
Deserve Argentinian Rugby play some of these tournaments?
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• Japan
25 Jan 09
No way. Maybe they need to look closer to home. Clearly they are a step above the rest of the teams in the americas but the would be the place to start. Travel alone would would rule them out of the Six nations.The tri nations they don`t have enough to compete.
27 Oct 08
No i wouldnt allow them into the 6nations just because there a southern hemisphere side and if they were to go into the tri nations then they probably wouldnt win a match. And once contempomi has retired then their game will just go down,since they dont have nothing without him!
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• Romania
23 Aug 08
Well, The Tri-Nations is a very firm competition between 3 teams that play constant high-quality rugby. It's true that Argentinian rugby has grown a lot lately, I don't know if they can maintain that quality of the game for a longer period of time. On the other hand, The Six-Nations proved to be a more flexible competition, by accepting another team to complete the former five. Also, the quality of the game played by the six is lower than in the Tri-Nations as some of the teams have lost their vigor. That is why I believe Argentina (or another South American representative, chosen by a continental tournament) deserves to be accepted on a rotational system in the Six-Nations, so they can show weather they are worth it or not.