A week of managerial changes in Argentina

It's been a week of as many changes off the pitch as we expected following the exodus of managers in the closing few weeks and immediately after the conclusion of the Torneo Apertura. Julio César Falcioni took charge at Boca Juniors, who have now trained their sights on his former Banfield charge Walter Erviti; former... Continue Reading →

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Torneo Apertura 2010: the managerial fallout

A day after the 2010 Torneo Apertura came to an end (for everyone bar Independiente and Tigre), the consequences of the campaign are being felt at clubs across the league. Whilst some have pleasingly exceeded their targets (All Boys) and some have managed league positions which bely the scorn poured on them for almost the... Continue Reading →

One boss in, one on the way out?

Diego Simeone was officially unveiled as San Lorenzo manager on Tuesday in a press conference, whilst other reports claim that Argentinos manager Claudio Vivas will have his charge of the team terminated if El Bicho lose to Independiente on Sunday. Simeone's task in Boedo is a simple one, to start: win the first match. Whilst... Continue Reading →

On the way

Diego Simeone will manage his last game as River Plate boss this Sunday against Huracán, after admitting in the wake of another spectacular continental elimination, and the worst start to a season in the club's history, that he can't stay until December. Simeone told the River directors of his decision after Thursday night's match against... Continue Reading →

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