Review of Rugby World Cup Argentina 2023 by The Buenos Aires Herald

29 Dec

Rugby column
By Frankie Deges

“The second 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.”

Rugby World Cup Argentina 2023 is available from all good bookstores including in the USAAmazon and Barnes and Noble, in the UK Amazon and Waterstones. For other countries Book Depository offer free delivery worldwide.

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Posted by on December 29, 2012 in Book Reviews, Rugby History, Sport


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