Rugby

Pumas v Wallabies in London?

2016-01-22 15:07
Argentina (AFP)

Cape Town - Argentina and Australia are reportedly considering moving their Rugby Championship clash to London.

According to Rugby365, the decision is one of many proposals put on the table at a meeting of the SANZAR executives in Australia this week.

Carlos Araujo, president of the Argentina Rugby (UAR), confirmed the move to Twickenham is one of the subjects on the SANZAAR agenda.

The UAR boss believes it will benefit the Pumas to take their home game to this iconic venue and put their brand on display to another market.

The game is scheduled for Saturday, October 8.

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