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Argentina Rugby Union gave notice of the dates and opponents (subtract one) to be our national team in World Cup 2011. We knew that England would face in the opening-and Scotland in the third collation of the Area “B”. Already qualified Georgia – neighbor of Russia, which pitted our Pumas in the William Webb Ellis Cup 2007 in Lyon, France.
The fifth member of this group will emerge from the clash between Romania and Uruguay, which will be defined shortly. The five nations will compete, mostly in the South Island of New Zealand, with characteristics similar to Patagonia. Our selected debut against England on September 10, 2011, in Christchurch, a small town, very green and quiet. I stayed twice and dazzled me peace parks and its people. They work, they constantly exercise (run, bike ride), and five in the afternoon, leave for their homes. Pubs are only open and clubs where rugby teams training. Cinemas, for instance, closed at ten pm, except Saturdays, where the last function ends at midnight. Read the rest of this entry »
Blatter announces ‘rejuvenation’ arbitration to the impatience of Van Gaal
“The great construction site in the world of football, as I said before the World Cup, is the arbitration. In late October, early November will introduce a new concept. It will be a rejuvenation, “Blatter said in an interview published on the website of the German Football Federation (DFB).
‘I am an advocate of professional referees, although there are different opinions. As for technical support, is complex. Each system must be examined carefully in terms of its ability to implement, “continues the president of FIFA.
Blatter to step out well to the criticism, among others, by van Gaal, who lamented these days that is not moving anything about the recurring debate of the introduction of new technology in support of arbitration work. Read the rest of this entry »