Argentines Abroad: hat trick for Lisandro

It was an understated weekend last week for Argentines in the world's leagues, and as such I've really only got some words from our contributors, for the most part. This post is late going up, by the way, because after moving into a new flat on Sunday I've spent a few days enjoying having a... Continue Reading →

A very short Argentines Abroad

The majority of the players who so failed to distinguish themselves last Wednesday were rested by their clubs on their return from what Sir Alex Ferguson, Carlos Tevez's boss at Manchester United, called 'Mars' this weekend. A few Argentines were in action, though, so here as ever is the rundown - a rather briefer one than normal.... Continue Reading →

Dropping further

A managerial debut for Antonio Mohamed on Friday night, with his first match in charge of Colón a 0-0 draw at home to Gimnasia, a result which means his new side will continue in the relegation zone for at least a week longer. Racing, though, once again take the wooden spoon for the day after... Continue Reading →

Two vital wins

The sixth round of matches in the 2008 Torneo Clausura got underway on Friday with two vital wins for sides at opposite ends of the table. Estudiantes kept their early-season title push on track with a 3-2 win at home to San Martín, whilst earlier Central had travelled to fellow relegation strugglers Olimpo in a... Continue Reading →

Clausura ’08: Round 5 goals

The goals from round five of the Torneo Clausura are online now, and you can watch all 21 of them (good grief it was low-scoring this weekend) thanks to TN by clicking here. There may not be many, but there are quite a few crackers this week, ranging from good team moves (Banfield's fifth against... Continue Reading →

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