Feliz Navidad a todos

Merry Christmas everyone!

What with Christmas and the fact that I’m working on the 24th, I may not have the time, or the motivation, or indeed the material to post very much / anything at all on the site in the coming days. If anything happens, something may go up on the 26th but the site will be much quieter between now and the night of the 2nd January (and will probably not be touched for a few days before the new year), so I’d like to take the opportunity during the lull to wish all our readers across the world a very merry Christmas indeed, not to mention a happy new year.


6 thoughts on “Feliz Navidad a todos

  1. Happy new year, and thank you for running this fantistic blog.

    We hardly get anything about Argentinian football here in Melbourne, Australia so your blog makes a huge difference.

  2. Merry Christmas to you, too, Sam! You know, this blog is really a gift that you give us all year long; you make accessible to English-speaking fans of Argentinian futbol information that most of us wouldn’t be able to get anywhere else. The sad thing is that I don’t thank you enough – not even close.

    So … thank you. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

    I hope that your comment about motivation (or lack thereof) doesn’t mean that you’re getting burned out; I know that this site must take an enormous amount of effort & time – but we all appreciate it very much. :X

    Hey, I meant to ask – did you ever get the photo I sent you? The one from the Barca training session? If not, let me know, ok? and I’ll send it again.

    Here’s a little news from Argentina that has nothing to do with soccer, because variety is the spice of life:
    New analysis of hair from the startlingly well-preserved “Llullaillaco Maiden,” a 15th-century child mummy found on a high peak in the Andes, shows that her sacrifice was planned in advance. A year before she died, her diet changed to include foods consumed by the elite, such as maize and llama meat, suggesting her social status was raised to make her fit for sacrifice. Then she was led on a grueling hike up the mountain and either killed or left to die.” (from Archaeology magazine)

    Happy Holidays!

  3. Thanks, everyone. Lex, no need to worry, it’s merely that when there’s food and drink and family around, and films on the TV and so on, who wants to sit around on the internet? We’re back online now for a few days and after the new year it’ll be at least the same (and I hope better) than ever.

    And thanks for the information on the mummy…

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