Australia's assistant coach, Stephen Larkham, should know better than throwing a piece of Mario Ledesma that is admittedly light hearted.
Larkham suggested before Australia's home match with Argentina, at the September Rugby Championship, that the new Pumas head coach had shown no real training ability for two years in charge of working with the Wallabies going forward.
Although Ledesma responded by throwing the line back towards Larkham – saying that Michael Cheika's double work not only became Wallaby's head coach but also effectively carried out Larkham by being the person who designed the attack movement – former Pumas prostitute saved the best to survive because Argentina changed Australia in their own backyard.
Not only that but, only four games after taking over Pumas, Ledesma has received his first-ever squad on Australian soil for 35 years.
That's not because of Larkham's carelessness, though, as Argentina has quietly improved, which isn't bad with the World Cup getting closer.
Previously, they had beaten South Africa to end their 11th straight defeat at the Rugby Championship and had been competitive against New Zealand.
The days of Ledesma's play were linked to Argentina's approach mostly to pat the front side, but he strongly believed in developing Pumas further as a side capable of multi-faceted games.
Even though Joe Schmidt and his coaching team did not support Ledesma with careless motivational voices, the Pumas would not need an extra push to hand him over to Ireland and try and surprise them by the way they succeeded in three World Cups.
Argentina, ranked ninth in the world, rarely have team spirit but questionable rewards for choosing from home-based players – and playing Super Rugby for Ledesma's Jaguares before the Pumas role – potentially showing off fruit through clear selection continuity, despite the player's ignoring policy foreigners have relaxed.
The threat offered by three defenders Emiliano Boffelli, Bautista Delguy and Ramiro Moyano has brought a new dimension.
Together with half-half Nicolas Sanchez, Argentina offers many attacks, even though they are defensively vulnerable and, in the future, nothing is as strong as it used to be traditionally.
The selection of Guido Petti's key in the back row today shows that Ledesma wants a more physical threat ahead of the year in defeat in Dublin.
This is a big question, but Ledesma & # 39; s Pumas will fight for everything.