The Argentina captain has signed with the Crusaders for the 2022 Sky Super Rugby season. What a signing that is for the Christchurch club, strange one you thought he might go to the Jaguares if anywhere? All the same Crusaders CEO Colin Mansbridge said:
“We know Pablo is keen to get back to playing Super Rugby, and we’re excited by the prospect of him joining us here in Christchurch in 2022. We are still working through the finer detail of this with Pablo and his agent, but we look forward to welcoming him in to our environment once that is complete.”
Pablo Matera, who led Argentina to their first win over the All Blacks last year, is heading to Super Rugby in 2022 and signing with … the Crusaders pic.twitter.com/qeYA3eL3Z3
— Jamie Pandaram (@JamiePandaram) April 30, 2021
An intriguing new move for the Argentinian flanker
— Ultimate Rugby (@ultimaterugby) April 30, 2021
Argentina captain Pablo Matera will play Super Rugby next year with New Zealand heavyweights the Crusaders.
— SuperSport 🏆 (@SuperSportTV) April 30, 2021