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It was League Cup day in England and Scotland, but halfway across the world, Boca Juniors also fielded a side largely made up of youngsters in a second-rate knockout competition. In this case it was the Copa Sudamericana, and the opposition were the champions of South America - recent Copa Libertadores winners Liga de Quito.... Continue Reading →

Copa Sudamericana: last sixteen first leg fixtures

It's time for the most ridiculous international club football competition in the world - the Copa Sudamericana - to enter its last sixteen stage. The uniquely television-obsessed way the tournament is organised means that invitees Boca Juniors and River Plate will play their first matches tonight, one round later than Arsenal de Sarandí, who are the... Continue Reading →

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