It’s not every day you’re going to find something in the Sport section of The Bubble that isn’t football-related, but when something especially big happens, it’ll get reported. Today is one such day, because Santiago Phelan, the wonderfully-named manager of the Argentine national rugby team (known as the Pumas, hence the headline), has announced he’s now the wonderfully-named former manager of the Argentine national rugby team.

Phelan, a former player, was named manager in March 2008, and though he had a contract until the end of this year it was already an open secret that, having fallen out with a few players and seen the team lose six out of six matches in their second appearance in The Rugby Championship (they managed a draw and conceded far fewer points the first time they participated, in 2012), he wasn’t going to renew that contract. He’s likely to be succeeded, for the time being at least, by Daniel Hourcade, the current Jaguares manager (the Jaguars are Argentina’s A side, an international equivalent of a reserve team, so to speak). The new man’s first assignment will be a tour of England, Wales and Italy next month.

If you’re wondering how I manage to justify not saying much about Sports That Aren’t Football here, by the way, I think it’s telling that Phelan doesn’t even have a Spanish-language Wikipedia page