Ignacio Fernandez Lobbe

Duo take Bath plunge
Thursday 16th September 20:42

Bath have bolstered their second row options with the signings of Ignacio Fernandez-Lobbe and John van der Giessen.

Lobbe heads Saints departures
Monday 24th May 09:53

Northampton have confirmed that nine players will leave the club, including former Argentina captain Ignacio Fernandez Lobbe.

Scots win to help Hadden
Saturday 14th June 22:54

Scotland beat Argentina 26-14 in the second Test to relieve the pressure on coach Frank Hadden.

Mallinder poaches Lobbe
Tuesday 1st April 09:47

Northampton chief Jim Mallinder has returned to his former club Sale to sign Argentinean forward Ignacio Fernandez Lobbe.

Sale roll out the big guns
Monday 29th October 13:09

Sale chief Philippe Saint-Andre is set to turn to his World Cup stars as the Sharks look to bounce back in the EDF Energy Cup.

Prowling Tigers await champs
Wednesday 11th October 10:20

Leicester coach Pat Howard insists his men cannot wait to take on Munster.

Two changes for leaders Sale
Thursday 24th November 13:15

Sale Sharks welcome back Ignacio Fernandez Lobbe for the trip to Bristol.

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