The international sniping begins

Argentina play Uruguay in the Monumental on Saturday and whilst things are rarely friendly between two of the oldest rivals in international football, the sniping has come from an unexpected angle on Tuesday: Julio César Cáceres. That's Julio César Cáceres of Paraguay. Obviously seeking to crank up the pressure on a team currently trailing in... Continue Reading →

Boca Juniors 3 – 0 Atlas

Boca took a while to finally stamp their authority on their Mexican visitors, only getting the goal that finally killed the game off with nine minutes left, but all the same, the defending champions played their first home match of this year's campaign, and got their first win to partly expunge the bad memories of... Continue Reading →

Team news

With just a few days remaining before the 2008 Torneo Clausura begins, some of the sides are still going over their options when it comes to the formations and personnel for their opening matches. No such trouble for Argentina's Olympic manager Sergio Batista, who already seems to know his starting XI for Wednesday's match against Guatemala... Continue Reading →

More new arrivals

River, Huracán and San Lorenzo all welcomed new signings on Wednesday, with Boca suffering a minor injury setback to their pre-season training schedule. Meanwhile, Independiente have had another hard day in training following Germán Denis's dog attack on Monday, and Germán Herrera, the Argentine striker who's just signed for recently relegated Corinthians in Brazil, receiving a somewhat backhanded... Continue Reading →

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