Borghi arrives

Independiente finally have a new manager. It seems like ages since Pedro Troglio left - in fact it's only a couple of weeks, but he was a dead man walking for long prior to his exit that it's easy to forget that. On Monday, El Rojo unveiled their new manager, and as expected since Thursday,... Continue Reading →

The best of times, the worst of times

It's been a mixed pre-Christmas weekend for Argentine footballers in Europe. On the good side, we had Gabriel Heinze and Fernando Gago included in the Real Madrid side who beat Barcelona 1-0 in the Camp Nou, and the irony of two ex-River Plate players, Julio Cruz and Esteban Cambiasso, scoring to down the side who... Continue Reading →

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