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Rodrigo Roncero puts Ronan O'Gara on his backside in 2008

Your intepretation is correct haha. Anyway, kudos for the Pumas, they totally deserve to be there. But Roncero is a thug and I am pretty certain there are several non-chilean rugby fans out there who will echo my words.

Y Seba Brunato, sácame en cara a otro jugador, a cualquiera de los excelentes rugbistas argentinos, a un Porta, un Arbizu, un Albanese, un Pez, un Dominguez, un Hernández, un Corletto, pero no a este pelmazo.

Saludos!

2 Years, 4 Months ago

Rodrigo Roncero puts Ronan O'Gara on his backside in 2008

Compadre si lees mi comentario tranquilamente vas a ver que no he dicho una sola palabra contra los Pumas, sino contra Roncero en particular, a quien francamente encuentro un tipo detestable, camorrero, caliente, que carece de las cualidades humanas para jugar al rugby como debiera ser. Y cada vez que baja un scrum, pega un puñetazo, insulta a los jugadores contrarios e increpa a los árbitros, Taquini y Coccia (imagino que los conoces bien) se ríen y dicen "ah bueno, pero que gran jugador es Rorro, etc, etc).

Sinceramente agradezo que ESPN transmita los partidos de los Pumas, y me alegro por todo lo que han conseguido porque han logrado romper el statu quo del rugby, pero el chauvinismo exagerado de los argentinos me molesta bastante que durante todas las transmisiones (juegue o no Argentina) sólo se dediquen a hablar de los Pumas y de lo increíbles que son. Es una lástima porque felizmente los apoyaría por la fraternidadl atina, pero me lo hacen imposible la verdad,

Igualmente suerte en el Championship, se tienen merecida su participación.

Obviamente esto es sólo mi opjnión.

SAludos desde Chile

2 Years, 4 Months ago

Rodrigo Roncero puts Ronan O'Gara on his backside in 2008

I must say that there are two of the biggest muppets in rugby world involved in this video.
First there's O'Gara, who, fine player that he is, can't tackle for shit and often uses weird strategies to get the opposite player down (often involving the use of the boot or the fists), and there's Roncero. Now I don't even rate him as a player. But he's an authentic thug.
You may not see him play a lot but here in Chile I watch rugby Tests in ESPN, which is taken up by argies and they just drool every time this clown takes to the field... And they show every frekin' game the Pumas play in, so I've been following Roncero for a number of years, and I can tell you, not a game goes by without this idiot getting into a scuffle, punching, stomping, shouting at the ref, and mainly heating up the opposition.

I am in fact no hater, but I just have zero respect for Roncero.

Cheers

2 Years, 4 Months ago

Rugby Club Plays of the Week 2012 - Don't call me Shirley

Now that's some shocking use of the TMO! Jeeze.

This feature is just too good. It really brighten my day.

Keep up the good work RD!

2 Years, 5 Months ago

Sonny Bill Williams off to Japan then returns to the NRL and Rugby League

I leave here a good article regarding this issue http://www.espnscrum.com/newzealand/rugby/story/166710.html

2 Years, 5 Months ago

Felipe Contepomi knocked out vs Racing Metro

Argentina will make slow yet steady progress in the Championship. In my opinion, this year the All Blacks will prove to be way too much of a challenge (some of you may mention the QF of the World Cup, but there's now way less pressure for the ABs and that's when they play their best rugby). The Saffers will attempt (in classic style) to subdue them with forward power and I think they will achieve that feat, albeit this games will be decided by the boot (by both sides). But I still think SA will have too much experience and class for the argies. Australia, on the other hand, will look to run and pass the ball a lot against the Pumas and I think this will make for great viewing, as Arentina are not shy to make a run ir two. Still I think Australia have too much firepower for Argentina to equal.

Argentina can rely on their great pack (especially the back row, remember the name of Tompas de la Vega), and on a few great names on the backs (Hernández, Agulla, Camacho). I think this year is too soon for them to get any victories, but they will be hard to beat on their own soil wuthout a doubt.

2 Years, 5 Months ago

Sonny Bill Williams off to Japan then returns to the NRL and Rugby League

Ok league boys if you are coming here to bitch you may as well get the f*ck out.

Facts: League is important in one place: 2 states in Australia. The League World Cup is small and only strong competitors are Australia and New Zealand (Maybe GB hangs in there). Your sport isn't better or worst than ours, it's just different.

So if you wanna comment on league I suggest you go to a league forum.

2 Years, 5 Months ago

Sonny Bill Williams off to Japan then returns to the NRL and Rugby League

He may do whatever he likes. I just really hope that if he ever goes back to NZ to play rugby he'll have to fight to be in the ABs and not just walk in. You see guys like Nonu, who have battled their way up the ranks and have improved tons thorugh the years as a player, and that's what you want from a rugger who's also an All Black.

Hopefully this will mean that Freuan finally gets his shot at the ABs.

Bye Sonny and good luck.

2 Years, 5 Months ago

Two big hits from the Highlanders vs the Chiefs

First one is massive. Second one is a bit dubious, he clearly goes for the big hit but fails to put both his arms around the player so ends up being something of a clumsy shoulder charge, so I'd say penalty and no card whatsoever, as there was clearly no intent.

2 Years, 5 Months ago

Wallaby legend Stirling Mortlock's retirement tribute

I grew up watching this baldie playing and he was the reason I always wanted to play centre. Above all he earned respect, humble talented fella. All the best for him in the future!

2 Years, 5 Months ago

 
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