Argentines Abroad: 2nd & 3rd October 2010

Carlos Tevez and Jonás Gutiérrez combined to make a little bit of history in England's Premier League: Manchester City's 2-1 home win over Newcastle United was the first time two Argentines had scored for different sides in the English top flight. Tevez's penalty - his 54th in England - also makes him the highest-scoring South... Continue Reading →

Argentines Abroad: the finales

Well, and the semi-finals, in the case of the Mexican championship. Across Europe though, league championships have already come to a close a little earlier than normal due to the impending World Cup in South Africa, and as usual Argentines have been key for their clubs. Lionel Messi has equalled the record number of league... Continue Reading →

Movement of jah people

Next season's Argentines Abroad (on which note, the HEGS / MA Award winner will be announced on Thursday) are swelling their ranks in the annual exodus from the banks of the Paraná and Río de la Plata (the rivers of Babyl... I'll stop, shall I? OK). Rodrigo Palacio is finally leaving La Bombonera and Santiago... Continue Reading →

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