Torneo Apertura 2010: round 2 fixtures

The second round of the 2010 Torneo Apertura is upon us, and it’s going on all the way into Monday evening. I went down to La Bombonera earlier to try and sort a friend out with tickets for Boca vs Racing, but they’d (predictably) sold out for that clásico, so I’ll be enjoying an afternoon in the press zone at a second division clash for Ferro Carril Oeste vs Aldosivi de Mar Del Plata (the team Mauro Camoranesi was playing for when he committed the foul that resulted in a 16-year-old lawsuit being won earlier this week). In the Primera as well as that derby, Ángel Cappa returns to his old stamping ground as Huracán host his River Plate team, Estudiantes play Quilmes but at the time of typing, the venue is still unconfirmed. And after some coming and going, All Boys will get to play in their own stadium – they welcome Vélez for their first home game back in the Primera.

All kick off times are local. Add four hours for British Summer Time.

Primera División Torneo Apertura 2010, first round
Colón vs Banfield (Fri, 21:15)
Boca Juniors vs Racing Club (Sat, 14:15)
Lanús vs Newell’s Old Boys (Sat, 16:15)
Tigre vs Arsenal Fútbol Club (Sat, 18:20)
San Lorenzo de Almagro vs Godoy Cruz Antonio Tomba (Sat, 20:20)

Huracán vs River Plate (Sun, 14:15)
All Boys vs Vélez Sarsfield (Sun, 16:15)
Estudiantes de La Plata vs Quilmes (Sun, 18:20)
Club Olimpo vs Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata (Sun, 20:20)
Independiente vs Argentinos Juniors (Mon, 19:20)

One question – does anyone find that small font a little too small since I changed the typefaces used on HEGS? If so please say so in the comments and I’ll stop using it in posts (apart from the bit below).

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5 thoughts on “Torneo Apertura 2010: round 2 fixtures

  1. The fixtures are a bit hard to read alright, I’m looking forward to hopefully seeing Boca live tomorrow on the internet. There’s a first time for everything! Are the classico games always a sell out? I’ll post some pictures from the Aviva International Friendly on the HEGS Flickr page when I can figure out how to use it.

    1. Boca games are normally a sell-out, Eamonn, because La Doce hoover up a huge number of the tickets and sell them on themselves.

      If you’re already on Flickr, then posting to the HEGS group should be a relatively simple process of joining the group (there’ll be a link on the group homepage if you’re not already a member of it) and adding them in. If you’re trying to work out how to sign up to Flickr in the first place, then good luck and I look forward to seeing your snaps!

      1. Oh, and thanks for the comment on the size of the font. I had a feeling it was a bit small with this font, but wasn’t sure whether it was just my browser (and I can read it fine, obviously, since I know exactly what it says! Haha).

  2. Yup, definitely a bit small on the f0nt.

    I see Cappa has pulled Lanzini in favour of Roberto Pereyra. You get the feeling he’s looking for the next Javier Pastore?

    Any news on Bolatti?

    1. It wouldn’t surprise me, Fer. And I think the Bolatti thing is River playing for time and trying to make it seem – at least to their manager – like they’re after him. With the other sides reportedly interested in him I can’t imagine they’ll actually pull the signing off.

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