A country in chaos

One day after Paul the Octopus died, Argentina's former president Néstor Kirchner also passed away. He was the husband of current president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, and the whole country's been thrown into chaos for the day, as if it wasn't already by the national census that's caused businesses across the land to close down... Continue Reading →


All the ups and downs

As I've done in every year of HEGS' existence, always at great inconvenience to myself (seriously, you wouldn't believe how long it takes to pull this information together for such a short post) you'll find here the only single page on the whole internet (I think) with all of Argentina's promotions and relegations, across every... Continue Reading →

The start of the season

No, not in the Primera. Sunday saw the first competitive football of 2010 in Argentina, but it didn't come in the form of a particularly tasty Torneo de Verano match. The Torneos del Interior, the third division of the non-affiliated Torneos Argentinos, kicked off this weekend. There'll be matches stretching from the Bolivian borderlands right... Continue Reading →

All the ups and downs

Photo by guille rusconi on the HEGS Flickr pool It's a bit late this year, but with the pre-seasons well and truly underway it's about time HEGS explained the teams who will be changing divisions this year. We've got the Copa Sudamericana participants, and every promotion and relegation through the Argentine league, down to and... Continue Reading →

Primera A(tlético)

Last season they were playing in the Torneo Argentino A, the third division section for clubs not affiliated to the AFA, but on Sunday Atlético Tucumán ensured their city will continue to have Primera División representation next season by thrashing relegation-threatened Talleres de Córdoba 4-1 to confirm the B Nacional title. Atlético's last appearance in... Continue Reading →

All the ups and downs

With the completion at the weekend of the Promociónes, the 2007-2008 season is now complete in Argentina. Racing, of course, are the most notable survivors of the relegations playoffs, but there have been shocks in other divisions with little-fancied All Boys winning the Primera B championship, and Nueva Chicago losing their playoff to fall down... Continue Reading →

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