Argentines Abroad: catching up again

Argentines Abroad has been even more delayed than usual this week, so very briefly, here are updates on last weekend's action from our intrepid correspondents in Mexico, Spain and Portugal. Tom Clark, whose blog you'll find over here, is as ever filling us in on the action from Mexico. Could Lucas Lobos be the best... Continue Reading →

Argentines Abroad: Heinze scores a stonker, & Juve’s transfer targets

This weekend sees Argentina face the United States of America in a friendly on Saturday, so this week's Argentines Abroad acts as a bit of a prelude to that, in many ways. One player not included in Sergio Batista's squad for the friendly is Gabriel Heinze, who scored a cracking free kick for Marseille. Another... Continue Reading →

Argentina squad vs Japan

Sergio Batista has announced the Argentina squad which will travel to Tokyo for a friendly against Japan on the 8th October. In spite of the injury he suffered against Atlético de Madrid at the weekend, Lionel Messi is included, as are returnees Oscar Ustari and José Sosa. There's also a first call-up to the senior... Continue Reading →

Future Now

It was League Cup day in England and Scotland, but halfway across the world, Boca Juniors also fielded a side largely made up of youngsters in a second-rate knockout competition. In this case it was the Copa Sudamericana, and the opposition were the champions of South America - recent Copa Libertadores winners Liga de Quito.... Continue Reading →

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