Rugby World Cup Argentina 2023

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Argentina made history at Rugby World Cup 2007 by finishing third in the world. The South American nation finished the World Cup ahead of traditional powers including Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, Scotland, Wales and hosts France - all have previously hosted matches in multiple World Cup tournaments. In finishing third in 2007, Argentina became the only Rugby World Cup semi finalist who has not yet hosted a Rugby World Cup.Since then rugby has undergone significant changes to at last adjust to professionalism. Now a part of The Rugby Championship Argentina is a rugby nation in rapid transition and Argentina has officially been accepted as an elite team backed by a responsible union. With England hosting in 2015 and Japan in 2019, it will be time for a Southern Hemisphere country to host in 2023. By 2023 Oceania would have hosted three World Cup's, Africa one, Asia one and Europe four and the Americas zero. Rich in tradition and packed with talent Argentina 2023 is certain to be a roaring success.
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ISBN-13: 9781780923123
ISBN-10: 1780923120
Pagini: 292
Ilustrații: black & white illustrations
Dimensiuni: 152 x 229 x 15 mm
Greutate: 0.4 kg
Editura: MX Publishing


Part I: Why Argentina Chapter 1: Pumas at Rugby World Cup's. Chapter 2: Track record in rugby Chapter 3: A host nation Prepared Part II: Chapter 4: Approaching professionalism Chapter 5: Spirit of rugby Chapter 6: Contribution to global rugby Part III: Chapter 7: Legacy for the Americas Chapter 8: Tier one model Chapter 9: The Evolving state of global rugby Part IV: Venues Chapter 10: Level 1 Stadiums (Certain venues) Chapter 11: Level 2 Stadiums (Likely venues) Chapter 12: Level 3 Stadiums (Possible venues)


The book is the labour of love of a Kiwi-born, Brazilian resident Paul Tait. For reasons that beat me, he has written, in English, the very interesting 'Rugby World Cup Argentina 2023' in which he analyses the many reasons why after the England (2015) and Japan (2019) World Cups, the following should come our way. He sounds like a lunatic, but some of the ideas he puts across are interesting. Not that the Argentina Rugby Union have already taken notice of this book, but he has done a lot of research on what makes rugby in our country tick and how to best distribute such a tournament. I'd love to go with him on this one... the current national scenario makes me sceptic to say the least. But he has a dream and he's put it over 286 pages of compelling reading. - Buenos Aires Herald