Bad management

Wednesday has been an interesting day for the suits at the AFA, now back home, who've been embroiled in some heated discussions about the future of the national team. It's taken up so much of their time that, in between fitting in their luxurious banquets, the fat incompetent old fools haven't yet got round to... Continue Reading →

Torneo Apertura 2009: Round 1 fixtures

¡Ya regrese el fútbol! Matías Defederico might be on his way to the Premier League via a loan deal with Huracán for the Clausura, after club president Carlos Babington claimed an impending deal with Corinthians had collapsed over the Brazilian club's desire to pay the transfer fee in eighteen separate payments. Matías Almeyda - ask... Continue Reading →

Olympic Football Tournament: Argentina squad

The final squad for Argentina's defence of their gold medal in the 2008 Beijing Olympic Football Tournament has been announced by Under 23 coach Sergio Batista. Following Bayern München's refusal to allow Martín Demichelis to join the squad, and Real Madrid doing likewise with Gonzalo Higuaín, the side looks slightly different to that originally named... Continue Reading →

Clausura ’08: Round 17 fixtures

A big weekend this. Promedio strugglers Colón host title-chasing River on Sunday, and lowly Central are at home to Tigre in the weekend's first match, but the focus will be on Liniers on Saturday afternoon, because it's in Vélez's stadium (more as to the reasoning behind that and the problems it's causing on Friday during... Continue Reading →

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