World Rugby now wants to see the Spain’s controversial World Cup qualifying defeat against Belgium and want it to be replayed. It is now also investigating if nations have any ineligible players playing in the tournament.
The whole incident go like this after a shocking 18-10 defeat against Belgium on 18 March, Spain lodged a formal complaint to the Rugby Europe and the World Rugby. Continue reading “World Rugby Seeking Spain V Belgium Replay”
The controversy that has embroiled out of the Rugby World Cup qualifying game between Spain and Belgium has taken very serious proportions. It has caused a shame to the rugby world as a whole and hence the officials are looking to ensure that the spirit of the game is not affected.
The Rugby Europe has decided to look into the controversy of the match in detail. Against all the odds, Belgium defeated Spain. The Spanish players soon vented their anger on the Romanian referee Vlad Iordachescu for unfair refereeing. The loss of Spain in this game meant that they did not get a direct entry into the 2019 Rugby World Championship event. Belgium’s win against Spain on Sunday meant that Romania qualified for the 2019 RWC. Continue reading “Spanish RWC Qualifying Match Under Investigation”
A formal complaint has been filed by the Spanish Rugby team following their RWC 2019 controversy loss last Sunday. Spain played an away match in Belgium and was beaten 18 to 10. The victory of Belgium gave Romania the chance to qualify for Rugby World Cup 2019.
The match between Belgium and Spain was marred by controversies. The outside factors did play a role in the outcome of the match. The game between Belgium and Spain was considered to be one of the darkest days in the field of rugby and the Rugby World Cup. It caused a disrepute to the game at large. Continue reading “Spain Files Formal Complaint”
The crucial World Cup Rugby qualifying match will played between Spain and Belgium in a few weeks, with the situation set to get more interesting by the appointment of Romanian refereeing team.
The Spanish Federation has warned Rugby Europe about appointing a Romanian referee for this important game, though ironically, the President of Rugby Europe is a Romanian. The assistant referees were also Romanians.
Patricia Garcia is very happy with the kind of position that the Spanish rugby is in at the moment. The men and the women’s team both qualified for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.
She is aware of the number of difficulties that Spanish rugby is facing at the highest level. But, this has not deterred the spirit of the men and women Spanish players. She is very much excited that the Spanish men’s team is on the brink of gaining a qualification for the Rugby World Cup in 2019. Continue reading “Spain On The Rise: Patricia Garcia”