Should I stay or should I go?

The latest round of games in the Clausura saw Estudiantes take the sole leadership of the table in the sweetest of ways possible - by beating their city rivals Gimnasia in the La Plata derby. But as one half of the city celebrated, the other lamented the loss of their side's manager. And then relaxed... Continue Reading →

Dropping further

A managerial debut for Antonio Mohamed on Friday night, with his first match in charge of Colón a 0-0 draw at home to Gimnasia, a result which means his new side will continue in the relegation zone for at least a week longer. Racing, though, once again take the wooden spoon for the day after... Continue Reading →

Clausura ’08: Round 5 fixtures

No fewer than four clásicos this weekend, two between 'Big Five' clubs - Racing host San Lorenzo and Independiente visit Boca - one sort-of derby, an all-Santa Fé Province clash between Central and Colón, and a proper derby between two of the clubs from the zona Sur of Gran Buenos Aires, with Banfield visiting champions... Continue Reading →

New managers: all the rage

River Plate have already got themselves a new manager in time for Christmas since the Apertura ended, and on Friday, both La Plata clubs did the same, along with Huracán, whilst Boca were closing in on the man to replace Miguel Russo. If they get their man by Christmas, one-quarter of the Primera A clubs will... Continue Reading →

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