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Who Was Man of the Match?

Edinburgh press releases and the Scotsman keep saying it was Phil Godman. Eh? I was sure I heard Ally Kellock being announced in the stadium. The Sunday Times had Nathan Hines. I would have given it to Barclay.

Who exactly was the man of the match last weekend – Matt Giteau? Who will it be this weekend?

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  1. Martin RODRIGUEZ!

    Not that it was great performance from the Pumas, but still a great way to end their autumn tour with a win. Next year will be a challenging one for Argentina’s rugby as they geared for the two major events that they will enter over the next two years.

    First will be the 2011 RWC, which I’m sure the whole world of rugby will be eager to see just how would the Pumas perform this time their epic journey in 2001.

    A year later, the Pumas will finally make their long awaited debut in a proper international annual competition when they will take part in the Southern Hemisphere Tri-Nations (which will be renamed as the Four Nations).

    These are great times for Argentine rugby one which there is plenty optimism involved.

    By the way, I’ve just written my own match report on the game in Murrayfield. Please drop by my blog and give us your thoughts/opinion about how do you see the future of the Los Pumas?

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