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Juan Fernandez Miranda

Juan de la Cruz Fernandez Miranda is a rugby player who has so far won 26 caps playing at fly-half or centre for the Argentina rugby union side (los Pumas). He made his international test debut at the age of 22 on 27 September 1997 against Uruguay. He has so far scored 165 points for Argentina including 5 tries. He has played most of his career for the Hindu Club in Argentina, and the Buenos Aires Representative Team, where he is in charge of the strategic management of Hindu Club and the Buenos Aires representative team alongside his older brother, fellow Puma Nicolas Fernandez Miranda. He is also an active sevens player and has represented Argentina in five tournaments.

Juan Fernandez Miranda was awarded the prestigious Olimpia de Plata for Rugby in 1997. He went to represent Argentina at the 1999 Rugby World Cup finals and the 2003 Rugby World Cup finals.

Juan de la Cruz Fernandez Miranda from the Argentine Rugby Union

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