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(ANSA) – FIUMICINO-ISOLA SACRA, OCTOBER 31 – The day new Italian rugby coach Kieran Crowley called 34 players for November’s test matches (news about Verona meeting are Traore, Fifa, Marin and Bettenelli, the last three players to be promoted) The All Blacks relegated of New Zealand in Rome where he will face next Saturday, November 6, the Azzurri team in the first of the three Test matches that new captain Michel Lamaro and his teammates will play this month, and he also faces Argentina. . On the 13th in Treviso and in Uruguay on the 20th in Parma.

The arrival of the New Zealand giants to the Roman port certainly did not go unnoticed. Many fans among passengers and airport staff who asked Totti Neri to take selfies and pictures together.

“The work done at Verona was of quality – Crowley’s words in light of ‘Mission Impossible’ against the All Blacks, the team the new Blue was part of and which won the 1987 World Cup – tough days in which we focused on our goals and match plan in light of the upcoming matches. “I can’t wait to be able to lead Italy on the pitch. I want to thank the players who were called up in the first part of the match and who will now be present (Bellini, Lufti, Sperandio and Zani Ed), for the approach shown during this week.” (Dealing).

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