Juan Martin Fernandez Lobbe " Rugby " Sport Signed Cards Autograph £8.00
This is an In Person signed white card 6" x 4" by the Argentinian Rugby Union footballer obtained when with Sale Sharks.
Juan Martin Fernandez Lobbe (born 19 November 1981 in Buenos Aires) is an Argentine rugby union footballer. He currently plays for Toulon in the French Top 14, having moved from Sale Sharks in England's Guinness Premiership. He previously played for Liceo Naval, and has represented Argentina. He usually plays in the back row. He made his debut for the Sale Sharks in 2006 in a match against the Leicester Tigers. His debut season for the Sharks was the 2006-07 Guinness Premiership. He is the Sale first XV captain. He made his international debut for Argentina in 2004 in a match against Uruguay. He was a part of the Pumas team that defeated Wales at home in a two Test series, scoring a try in the game. Lobbe featured in the side that defeated England at Twickenham in November 2006 as well as back to back victories over Ireland the following year. And was an integral part of the Los Pumas team in their 2007 World Cup Campaign. He played in every game en route to the semi final which they last to, eventual champions, South Africa. He led his country for the first time in November 2008, a game which they lost at the hands of Ireland. However Fernandez Lobbe retained captaincy in the absence of Felipe Contempomi and defeated England in front of their home crowd in 2009. Fernandez Lobbe currently serves as vice-captain of the Pumas; he captained them during the 2009 mid-year Tests in the absence of regular captain Felipe Contepomi, who was recovering from a torn ACL.