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Article:Felipe Contepomi
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==Club career==
==Club career==
Born 20 August 1977 in [[Buenos Aires]], Contepomi started playing rugby for his secondary school [[Colegio Cardenal Newman]], and then for [[Newman Club (rugby)|Club Newman]] in Buenos Aires. In 2003 he joined [[Leinster Rugby|Leinster]] from [[Bristol Rugby|Bristol]] on a four-year contract following Bristol's relegation in the [[2002-03 Zurich Premiership]].<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=Leinster sign Contepomi|date=19 May 2003|work=BBC Sport|accessdate=27 May 2009}}</ref>
He played a major role in Leinster's run in the [[2005–06 Heineken Cup]], helping Leinster to a 41–35 win over Cup holders [[Stade Toulousain|Toulouse]], scoring 21 points in the process and winning the man of the match award. That year he was top scorer in both the [[2005-06 Celtic League]] and the Heineken Cup.
In late January 2006, Contepomi's girlfriend, Paula, gave birth to their daughter, Catalina. Only hours later, Contepomi played for Leinster the [[Magners League]] match against the [[Border Reivers]], a game in which he went on to score 22 points.<ref>Magners League. [ Leinster crush Border Reivers], 22 January 2006.</ref>
In November of that year, [[Agustín Pichot]] said that Contepomi was a better player than [[All Black]] fly-half, [[Dan Carter]], the winner of the 2005 [[IRB International Player of the Year]] award.<ref>Fox Sports, [,8659,20721251-23217,00.html Contepomi "better than Carter"], 8 November 2006.</ref>
On 31 May 2007, the [[Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland]] in Dublin conferred him with the medical degrees of MB BCh BAO ([[National University of Ireland|NUI]]) LRCP&SI. He subsequently worked in [[Beaumont Hospital, Dublin]].
Contepomi won the 2007 Rugby Writers of Ireland Player of the Year award.
On 12 March 2009, it was announced that Contepomi would be leaving Leinster at the end of the season, and that he had signed a 4-year deal to join French side [[RC Toulonnais|RC Toulon]] from the [[2009–10 Top 14 season]].<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=Contepomi Makes Toulon Switch|date=12 March 2009|publisher=European Rugby Cup|accessdate=13 March 2009}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=|title=Contepomi to leave Leinster fold |date=13 March 2009|work=BBC Sport|accessdate=27 May 2009}}</ref>
Contepomi played a role in the Leinster win over Munster in the [[Heineken Cup]] semi-final on 2 May 2009. After scoring a drop goal after 15 minutes in, he was helped off the pitch after suffering a knee injury half an hour in. An MRI scan confirmed he tore his anterior cruciate ligament and was expected to be out of action for 6 months post-op.<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=Contepomi to miss Heineken final |date=3 May 2009|work=BBC Sport|accessdate=27 May 2009}}</ref> Almost exactly on schedule, he made his Toulon debut on 21 November against [[CA Brive|Brive]], coming off the bench and scoring a penalty in Toulon's 19–10 win.<ref>{{cite news|url= |title= Top 14 – Round 13 Review: Castres rout Toulouse |publisher='''' |date=21 November 2009 |accessdate=3 December 2009}}</ref>
Contepomi left RC Toulon to take the fly-half position at Stade Français in time for the 2011–12 season.
==International career==
==International career==
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