The Royal Spanish Rugby Federation (RFER) announced that on Thursday it will present its new men’s national XV coach to the Higher Sports Council (CSD), which everything indicates will be the Argentine Pablo Bouza. Last July, during the federative assembly, the president of the RFER, Juan Carlos Martín ‘Hansen’, confirmed that Bouza was the chosen candidate and that he had received a formal proposal to take charge of the ‘XV del León’. The Argentine coach was until now the assistant coach of the Uruguay national team, with whom he was in the last World Cup held in France, and has extensive experience at the highest level as a coach and player, being a player for ‘Los Pumas’ Argentines with whom he played the 2003 World Cup. As a coach, in 2016 he directed Argentina aimed at Peñarol Rugby in the SLAR, a competition that it won in 2023. This presentation event, which will be held from 11:00 a.m., will be attended by the president of the RFER, Juan Carlos Martín, the vice president of the RFER, Gabriel Saez, and the director of Rugby of the RFER, José Antonio Barrio.