Mendoza, Argentina Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. Cooper back in Wallabies sideRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 9, 2014 | Yahoo!

    Quade Cooper is set to make his return to Test rugby from the bench after being named in the Wallabies' 32-man squad for next week's third Bledisloe Cup match against New Zealand at Suncorp Stadium. Cooper suffered a serious shoulder injury back in May but has shown good form in the NRC tournament for Brisbane City.

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  2. Force duo, Cooper in Wallaby squadRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 9, 2014 | West Australian

    Two Western Force players have been called up while Quade Cooper is set to make his return to Test rugby after being named in the Wallabies' 32-man squad for next week's third Bledisloe Cup match against New Zealand at Suncorp Stadium. Tetera Faulkner and Kyle Godwin, who trained with the Wallabies during the Perth leg of the Rugby Championship, join Force captain Matt Hodgson.

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  3. McKenzie denies Di affairRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 9, 2014 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Wallabies coach Ewen McKenzie speaking to reporters in Argentina last week. McKenzie said on Friday that he first became aware of the latest allegations against Kurtley Beale in Buenos Aires last week.

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  4. How Beale was saved by player powerRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 3, 2014 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Mendoza: A last-ditch intervention from senior players helped save Kurtley Beale from being sent home from the Wallabies' drama-plagued trip to Argentina. As the playing group rallied around their under-fire team mate this week, Fairfax Media has learned that three of the most senior players in the Wallabies squad met coach Ewen McKenzie on Monday in an attempt to mitigate the fall-out from Beale's verbal stoush with team business manager Di Patston a day earlier.

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  5. Up in the air: Wallabies utility back Kurtley Beale training in Mendoza.Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 2, 2014 | The Age

    Star back Kurtley Beale is left out of the Wallabies squad, as Ewen McKenzie overhauls his bench ahead of their Rugby Championship clash against Argentina. Mendoza: A last-ditch intervention from senior players helped save Kurtley Beale from being sent home from the Wallabies' drama-plagued trip to Argentina.

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  6. Beating the Wallabies offers most satisfactionRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 3, 2014 | Stuff.co.nz

    For Argentina to obtain their first Rugby Championship victory against Australia in Mendoza on Saturday would give coach Daniel Hourcade the added satisfaction of having beaten the team he most admires. The Malvinas Argentinas stadium at Mendoza is where the Pumas got their best result in 17 championship matches so far, a 16-16 draw with South Africa in their maiden season two years ago.

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  7. Argentina vs. Australia: Date, Time, Live Stream, TV Info and Rugby PreviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 3, 2014 | BleacherReport

    Another Rugby Championship has gone by without Argentina managing to claim their maiden victory in the southern hemisphere tournament, but Daniel Hourcade's men will seek to reverse that rut with the visit of Australia on Saturday. In the final contest of the 2014 competition, the Pumas and Wallabies have nothing to lose from their closing encounter, with New Zealand having already wrapped up their third successive title.

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  8. Kafer and Poidevin tell ARU to back BealeRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 2, 2014 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Action man: Wallaby utility Rod Kafer in the thick of the fray against the All Blacks in 1999. Photo: Tim Clayton With the future of Kurtley Beale hinging on an inquiry into his midair argument with an Australian team official, two former World Cup-winning Wallabies hope the issue will not become a tipping point to him signing with an NRL or overseas union club.

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  9. Wallabies batten down the hatchesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 2, 2014 | West Australian

    The Wallabies are in a bubble, blocking out the swirling controversies and drama engulfing them as pressure mounts to deliver a victorious conclusion to the Rugby Championship on Saturday. Nothing has gone right since the Wallabies departed South Africa with their tails between their legs after last Saturday's 28-10 collapse against the Springboks in Cape Town.

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  10. Troubled Wallabies seek another win over PumasRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 2, 2014 | ABC News

    Australia hopes to end a troubled week by stretching a record winning streak against Argentina to 10 matches on Sunday morning in Mendoza. Since suffering a narrow loss in Buenos Aires 17 years ago, the Wallabies have achieved six home and three away victories over the Pumas.

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  11. Beating Wallabies offers most satisfactionRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 2, 2014 | Stuff.co.nz

    For Argentina to obtain their first Rugby Championship victory against Australia in Mendoza on Saturday would give coach Daniel Hourcade the added satisfaction of having beaten the team he most admires. The Malvinas Argentinas stadium at Mendoza is where the Pumas got their best result in 17 championship matches so far, a 16-16 draw with South Africa in their maiden season two years ago.

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  12. Beale's axing down to form only: coachRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 2, 2014 | West Australian

    Wallabies coach Ewen McKenzie insists Kurtley Beale's axing for Saturday's clash with Argentina has nothing to do with the ARU's investigation into the playmaker's off-field conduct. The ARU is investigating a verbal altercation between Beale and Wallabies business manager Di Patston during a flight from South Africa to South America on Sunday.

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  13. Kurtley Beale T-shirt triggers inflight argumentRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 2, 2014 | Manawatu Evening Standard

    A request that Kurtley Beale change his T-shirt escalated into a heated inflight argument that has shrouded the playmaker in controversy, put a staff member's future in doubt, and now threatens to engulf the Wallabies a day out from a test match. Wallabies team business manager Di Patston flew back to Sydney on Tuesday , two days after she and Beale were involved in a heated stoush across the aisle in the business class cabin of South Africa Airways flight 222 from Johannesburg to Sao Paulo on Sunday.

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  14. Argentina vs. Australia: 5 Key Battles That Will Shape Rugby Championship ClashRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 2, 2014 | BleacherReport

    The Wallabies arrive in Mendoza following their late collapse against South Africa, looking to end their tournament on a high. Argentina have hemorrhaged 120 caps of experience from their back row with the departure of Juan Martin Fernandez Lobbe and Juan Manuel Leguizamon, per the Coach Daniel Hourcade has turned to Benjamin Macome and Rodrigo Baez in their places.

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  15. Wallabies star Kurtley Beale dropped over 'sarcastic comment' after ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 2, 2014 | Daily Mail

    Wallabies star Kurtley Beale dropped over 'sarcastic comment' after a female staff member asked him to change his SHIRT on a flight to Argentina The argument that saw Wallabies star Kurtley Beale get dropped from the side ahead of this Saturday's clash with Argentina, kicked off after he was asked to change his shirt by a female staff member. The request came from head coach Ewen McKenzie through business manager Di Patston, who also asked the same of rookie second-rower Sam Carter, and both obliged, during the team's long-haul flight from Johannesburg to Sao Paolo on Sunday, according to Fairfax Media .

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  16. How a T-shirt sparked Beale dramaRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 2, 2014 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Star back Kurtley Beale is left out of the Wallabies squad, as Ewen McKenzie overhauls his bench ahead of their Rugby Championship clash against Argentina. Mendoza: A request that Kurtley Beale change his T-shirt escalated into a heated inflight argument that has shrouded the playmaker in controversy, put a staff member's future in doubt, and now threatens to engulf the Wallabies a day out from a Test match.

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  17. Bad boy Beale awaits ARU rulingRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 2, 2014 | Illawarra Mercury

    Kurtley Beale's Test career is in the hands of the ARU's integrity unit after the troubled playmaker was dropped for Saturday's clash with Argentina following a verbal altercation with a member of the Wallabies' management staff. Kurtley Beale's Test career is in the hands of the ARU's integrity unit after the troubled playmaker was dropped for Saturday's clash with Argentina following a verbal altercation with a member of the Wallabies' management staff.

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  18. Beale in hot water, againRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 2, 2014 | Iol.co.za

    Wallaby back Kurtley Beale is under investigation by the Australian Rugby Union over a bust-up with a team official on a flight and was Thursday left out of the team to play Argentina. Beale was allegedly involved in a heated verbal argument with Wallabies business manager Di Patston during the team's 10-hour flight from Johannesburg to Sao Paulo on Sunday, Fairfax Media reported.

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  19. Beale dropped by AustraliaRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 2, 2014 | Ananova

    The utility back was allegedly involved in an in-flight row with a member of team management that triggered an internal investigation, and head coach Ewen McKenzie has responded by leaving him out of the Wallabies' matchday 23. McKenzie has made two changes to his starting line-up, with former skipper James Horwill replacing the concussed Rob Simmons in the second row, while Scott Higginbotham comes in at No 8 for the injured Ben McCalman. "Rob plays a significant role in the team as our chief lineout caller, so it's disappointing to lose him, but we're confident in the abilities of James and are looking forward to seeing him step up in this area," McKenzie said.

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  20. Kurtley Beale's career in limboRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 1, 2014 | Yahoo!

    Kurtley Beale's Test career is in the hands of the ARU's integrity unit after the troubled playmaker was dropped for Saturday's clash with Argentina following a verbal altercation with a member of the Wallabies' management staff. No stranger to drama and controversy, Beale faces an anxious wait as his employers investigate "an alleged incident" on the Wallabies' flight from Johannesburg to South America on Sunday.

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