Managerial merry-go-round, and strikers staying put

Following their away goals defeat to LDU Quito in the Copa Libertadores semi-final, and their dreadful campaign in domestic competition in Mexico, Club América are after a manager, and former River Plate, San Lorenzo and... um... Oxford United boss Ramón Díaz looks set to take charge with Miguel Angel Russo likely to replace him in Boedo... Continue Reading →

Out with the old, in with the new

Happy new year, everyone. The year may only be two days old, but already 2008 is well underway in the Argentine footballing world. One basic but important thing to mention first: new president Cristina Kirchner's decision to bring a daylight savings system back to Argentina means the country is now only two hours behind Greenwich... Continue Reading →

Arsenal 0 – 0 Chivas

Arsenal played their quarter-final first leg in the Copa Sudamericana on Wednesday night, looking to bounce back from their first home defeat in over a year to Lanús on Sunday. They didn return to winning ways, but they did at least not lose, and nor did they give Chivas any away goals. They did miss... Continue Reading →

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