A couple of recent articles

Oh, hello. It’s  been a while, hasn’t it. How are you all?

I’ve been thinking over the last few days about how to better use HEGS (that is to say, how to use it at all), and as with the beginning of every new championship – the Torneo Final 2014 begins at 5pm local time on Friday – I’ll be attempting to restart things here shortly, with a slightly new format. You can still enjoy Hand Of Pod on a weekly basis during the season, of course, and from this week onwards it’ll sound better than ever before, thanks to new recording equipment. To warm you up for the new season, I’ve had a couple of pieces published in the last couple of days, so thought I’d link to them. First, for ESPNFC, a look at why a quiet January transfer window for Argentine clubs is no good for the league’s finances; and secondly, for the Daily Telegraph – for whom I’m serving as Uruguay correspondent in the buildup to the World Cup – a piece on why Argentina’s neighbours across the Río De La Plata have overachieved so spectacularly down the years. Enjoy.

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About hastaelgolsiempre

Sam Kelly is an English football writer based in Buenos Aires, specialising in all things Argentina - the national team and the domestic league - and across South America for When Saturday Comes, ESPNFC, The Blizzard, Cube Goal and anyone else who'll pay him. He's also the presenter and producer of Hand Of Pod, the internet's finest - and, it's true, only Argentine football podcast. If you think you can afford him (and you probably can), please feel free to get in touch.
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4 Responses to A couple of recent articles

  1. Liam Mycroft says:

    Excellent articles, as usual – Looking forward to the preview of the new season, and living in hope that Racing improve from the “first-half” ….

  2. Elliott says:

    So stoked about the new recording equipment – with no offense intended, I liked the commentary but sometimes had trouble hearing certain speakers. Looking forward to reading your more often Sam.

    • I wouldn’t get too excited about reading me any more often, Elliott – I’ve felt motivated to do more here in the past and not managed to keep it up, after all – but I’ll certainly try. Glad you like the new sound on HOP, though!

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