Reinforcements, stabilisation and not letting anyone go…

The selección will play a friendly against Egypt, in Cairo, on the 26th March, and the AFA are also in talks with the FMF about a friendly against Mexico in February, to be played in Dubai. Domestically, the end of the championship - and the imminent re-opening of the European transfer windows - mean it's... Continue Reading →

The merry-go-round begins

The Apertura is over, then, and immediately the game of managerial musical chairs has started. Diego Simeone leaving Estudiantes was probably the least surprising development, whilst elsewhere Ossie Ardiles has walked out on Huracán. Gustavo Costas, recently relieved of his responsibilities at Racing, is set to take on a foreign posting... Simeone's exit was as surprising for... Continue Reading →

An unsurprising loss

After the week Huracán have had - losing their unbeaten record last weekend in La Bombonera, followed by the loss of their manager on Tuesday - it wasn't too surprising that they couldn't lift themselves in front of a home crowd, even in front of their new manager Ossie Ardiles. Gimnasia took advantage of the situation... Continue Reading →

After a replacement

After El Turco Mohamed's resignation on Tuesday, Huracán president Carlos Babington needs a replacement who'll please those angered fans. Jorge Burruchaga has already annonced that if he goes anywhere, it'll be to a Mexican club. So Babington appears to be honing in on a great name from the club's past - Osvaldo Ardiles. Ossie, El Inglés... Continue Reading →

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