The goals from the eleventh round of action in the 2016 Primera División are right here for your enjoyment, including Atlético Tucumán legend Luis Rodríguez's hundredth career goal, all the goals from Boca Juniors' 4-1 thrashing of Aldosivi and a brilliant hit from San Lorenzo midfielder Franco Mussis.
The ninth round of Primera action is almost upon us, and as ever I've previewed it for The Bubble. Defensa y Justicia v Arsenal de Sarandí might not be a proper clásico but it could well be an interesting match all the same, and there are plenty more fascinating match-ups elsewhere. You can read the full preview... Continue Reading →
Tuesday night sees Arsenal de Sarandí get the ball rolling in the first match of the 2012 Copa Libertadores, which is being played as this post goes online because I hadn't realised it kicked off so early in the evening. I'm still in summer holiday mode, you know. Aside from Arsenal in the qualifiers, Argentina... Continue Reading →
With two matches remaining of the 2011 Torneo Clausura, there are six clubs currently fighting to avoid the upper of the two relegation playoff spots in the notorious Promedio, Argentina's three-season-long, points-average table which is used to decide which sides are relegated. Quilmes, Huracán and Gimnasia La Plata are the clubs battling between themselves to... Continue Reading →
On the eve of the Clausura, Argentine clubs have been trying to get through one or two last-minute deals, with Independiente finally signing Freddy Grisales after much coming and going, and Andrés D'Alessandro and Maxi Moralez being unveiled at their respective new (or in Moralez's case, old) clubs. Arsenal de Sarandí, though, have pulled off... Continue Reading →
The first competitive match of the year, and thus a welcome return to videos of goals on HEGS. The goals from last night's 2-0 for Arsenal over Mineros in the Copa Libertadores qualifying round first leg are now online. Thanks to Celesteyrojo.com for uploading this one to Dailymotion.
The publication of this editorial got pushed back by a few days because I was ill earlier in the week not not up to spending too much time typing, but it's coincided nicely with the Arab new year. We've got a few readers in that part of the world, so happy new year to all... Continue Reading →
Luciano Leguizamón's freezing out at Gimnasia La Plata is almost at an end, after the club stated that they were prepared to let him move to Arsenal de Sarandí. Leguizamón's 'crime' was asking Juan Sebastián Verón to swap shirts with him after Estudiantes had beaten Gimnasia in the La Plata derby during the Apertura. Yes,... Continue Reading →
A disappointing Apertura is almost behind them, but Arsenal de Sarandí have an opportunity to make history on Wednesday night all the same. They carry a 3-2 aggregate lead into the second leg of the Copa Sudamericana final against América de Mexico, after Friday night's astonishing win the Azteca. The match will be played in... Continue Reading →