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Wales' hopes of securing a top-four seeding in the 2015 World Cup nosedived after Argentina stunned them 26-12 at the Millennium Stadium. More
Manager: Rob Howley
Manager: Santiago Phelan
It looks like the Welsh world domination plans are now on the back burner.
What happened to the "world beaters" ?
Giving rob howley the reins for the welsh rugby team is like giving the reins to a donkey in the grand national !!!
The Pumas didn't look limited to me but this was a game Wales will want to forget. They were a shambles.
To many South walians in the side. Need to have men in the side with more calon.! About time they got there act together .
A lacklustre and aimless performance from Wales. What chance against stronger Southern hemisphere nations if they play like this? I'm glad I didn't make the 350 miles round trip and paid £30 to watch such a poor performance.
The sooner Wales get rid of Priestland the better. He is totally without any sort of tactical idea whatsoever and his Kicking was not only aimless but resulted in half of Argentina's points from counter attacks. Coupled with Alan Wyn Jones making so many mistakes and giving away needless mindless penalties it is easy to see why Wales looked so poor
Ah well, must be the referee again!
Welsh are weak sauce
wales getting bullied all over the park.
c mon Wales!!!
No doubt about playing in the Southern Hemisphere has improved the Pumas.
Vamos Los Pumas!!!
The Argentinian pack has always been a tough outfit. However, Wales hasn't the comfort zone of at least a converted try in points difference going into the second half. Until recently the last 20 mins are where Wales has always been when we've run out of steam, hopefully we'll tough it out.
If the welsh pack can even get parity with the argies they certainly have it behind the scrum to do damage. Argies very limited in the backline.
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