Pumas maul Ireland
Juan Martin Hernandez gets to grips with Denis Hichie © Getty Images
The feared Pumas pack led their charge into the quarter-finals - as Pool D winners they faced Scotland in Paris - with first-half tries from Lucas Borges and Horacio Agulla doing the main damage on the scoreboard.
Jenkins paid the price for a wretched campaign that was ended by a 38-34 defeat to the Fijians, having only narrowly escaped the ignominy of a Six Nations wooden spoon earlier in the year.
"We are constantly being assured by their rugby officials that this kind of thing no longer happens in Romania," a spokesman said. "We did not take their word for it and were travelling to assess the situation - then they wouldn't let our coach in."
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