Torneo Clausura 2009

At long last, after a summer of transfer bore-stories and ridiculous friendly matches which are only 70 or 80 minutes long, real league football returns to the Argentine Republic on Friday night. Following the most closely-fought championship in short tournament history, the defending champions are a familiar name, but that's no reason to assume it'll... Continue Reading →

Torneo Clausura 2008: The eve of the kick off

The 2008 Torneo Clausura kicks off at long last following the summer break on Friday evening, with Lanús aiming to defend the title they won so improbably back in December, whilst the likes of Boca will be wanting to get back to winning ways. Other big sides need improved performances, for a variety of reasons,... Continue Reading →

A Clausura and Libertadores Q&A

The Clausura kicks off in around three weeks, dear readers, and we're now less than two weeks away from the start of the qualifying rounds of the most enjoyable club football competition in the world, the Copa Libertadores. To mark the start of the countdown to both, The very excellent folk at Soccer Source asked... Continue Reading →

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