Huracán welcome back a legend

Following the resignation of Héctor Rivoira from the Huracán bench on Monday, the Parque Patricios club have moved swiftly to find a replacement. They announced on Monday that they'd given a contract to Miguel Ángel Brindisi, just over eight years after his last match in charge of El Globo. The 20th September was club president... Continue Reading →

Independiente move grounds again

Thrown out by Racing's new president of the indignity of a groundshare with their fiercest local rivals, and finding that the new-look Doble Visera won't be ready for the Clausura after all, Independiente are entering into a new groundshare agreement. Appropriately, it's with another club who've only just returned home themselves - and need improvement... Continue Reading →

Home at last?

Huracán could be the recipients of some long-awaited good news before long. The inspectors of the Chief of Government's Mass Events department (the 'Government' in question being that of the City of Buenos Aires) have finished their inspection of Huracán's Estadio Tomás A. Ducó, and will be reporting back their findings on Friday. Club president... Continue Reading →

A leopard never changes its spots

So the saying goes, and so it's proven this weekend. Germán Denis has moved clubs and continents, joining Ezequiel Lavezzi at Napoli, and is scoring as freely as ever in pre-season for his new side. He got a hat-trick in his first appearance (as did Lavezzi last year, funnily enough) and scored again on Sunday... Continue Reading →

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