Juan Manuel Leguizamon rugby player
Juan Manuel Leguizamon rugby player

Juan Manuel Leguizamon

6th Jun 1983 1.90m/105kg Openside Flanker

Leguizamon is one of Argentina's most established players and can play at flanker or at No.8. Leguizamon has had spells with London Irish, Stade Francias, Lyon and the Jaguares.

He made his debut for Argentina back in 2005 against Japan and he also scored that day.

The hard-hitting veteran loose forward has played at four Rugby World Cups and leaves nothing to chance on the field of play.

Having signed up with the new Argentinian franchise the Jaguares, Leguizamon lined out 5 times during the 2017 Super Rugby season.

He took his Super Rugby cap tally to 32 by the end of the 2019 Super Rugby season and was included in the Pumas World Cup squad.

Leguizamón played in four, consecutive Rugby World Cups in 2007, 2011, 2015, and 2019, captained the team three times, and scored 13 tries and was the second-highest capped Puma with 87 appearances by the end of the 2019 World Cup.

After the World Cup, the veteran signed a deal to join MLR side the Seattle Seawolves.

Career

Seattle Seawolves logo Seattle Seawolves
Openside Flanker
2019 - present
london-irish London Irish
Openside Flanker
2005 - 2008
sf-blason-210x210 Stade Francais
Openside Flanker
2008 - 2011
logo_lou_2009 Lyon
Openside Flanker
2011 - 2015
Barbarians_Logo Barbarians
Blindside Flanker
2014 - 2018
argentina Argentina
Openside Flanker
2005 - 2019
unnamed (1) Jaguares
Openside Flanker
2015 - 2019