Héctor Méndez (rugby union)

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Héctor Mendéz is an Argentine former rugby union footballer and coach. He works as a psychiatrist.

He had 2 caps for Argentina, in 1967, scoring 1 try, 4 points in aggregate. He was nominated joint-coach, with New Zealand Alex Wyllie, of the "Pumas", previously of the 1999 Rugby World Cup finals, but he resigned few days later.

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