Ins and outs for the two giants of Argentine football: champions Boca Juniors appear to have lost Neri Cardozo against their wishes, whilst new River Plate manager Néstor Gorosito is on the verge of making his first signing, Colombian centre back Humberto Mendoza. Independiente have some good news: Daniel Montenegro isn't going anywhere. Cardozo has apparently... Continue Reading →
With the Clausura effectively over before the final weekend for Estudiantes and Boca Juniors as well as newly-crowned champions River Plate, the summer transfer market has already begun. River boss Diego Simeone wants to bring in a new goalkeeper, and has set his sights on Atlético de Madrid's Leo Franco, whilst Boca and Estudiantes are... Continue Reading →
The goals from last night's astonishing Copa Libertadores Group 3 match between Boca and Colo Colo are now online, and you can see them right here. Enjoy, because there are several absolute crackers. Not to mention the look of sheer delight on the face of Juan Román Riquelme after Boca's third goal.
After last week's 2-0 loss in Santiago, Boca hosted the Chilean champions with at least one psychological advantage - earlier in the week Colo Colo's Argentine manager, Claudio Borghi, announced to general surprise that due to a falling out with the board, he'd be resigning his charge of the first team after this match. The... Continue Reading →
The Club World Cup has its first finalist, after Boca Juniors saw off African champions Etoile Sahel with a performance that was more convinving than the 1-0 final score suggested. Etoile looked like cause for concern before the match, having unexpectedly dumped North American champs, Mexican club Pachuca, out in the previous round, but Neri... Continue Reading →