AFA protests, and Sand on his way

That is, protests against the AFA, not protests on the part of the AFA. At six on Tuesday evening, two coaches dropped off sixty or seventy people outside the AFA headquarters who proceeded to mount a protest against current AFA President Julio Grondona. Earlier in the day, José Sand was sold by Lanús to Al Ain... Continue Reading →

Streamlining at Independiente, and potential big bucks for La Brujita

Issues of playing staff have dominated on Tuesday in spite of the lack of matches. At Independiente, Américo 'Tolo Gallego has announced that ten current first-teamers will no longer be first-teamers from now on in reaction to the side's terrible form and woeful 2-0 defeat to River Plate at the weekend. A different sort of... Continue Reading →

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