Argentines Abroad: 12th & 13th December

We've had possibly the first transfer of the new window this week, and it involves an Argentine moving from Russia to Spain. Elsewhere Manchester City were once again rescued by Carlos Tevez; Real Madrid had their Argentines to thank for taking three points at home; Ezequiel Lavezzi had a mixed day for Napoli, and there... Continue Reading →

Copa Libertadores 2009: Estudiantes 1 – 0 Nacional

Nacional were out of pocket after the first leg of their Copa Libertadores semi-final on Thursday night. The match was only fourteen minutes old when Diego Galván played the smooth criminal, stealing in ahead of Rodrigo Muñoz in the Uruguayan goal. In the second half both midfields were working day and night, with Santiago García... Continue Reading →

Here we go again…

Racing were hosting Estudiantes on Saturday night, but another match has fallen victim to the asterisks as a disallowed goal, combined with other contentious refereeing, sparked unrest in the stands and led to the suspension of the match with 13 minutes remaining. At kick off, Racing had managed to go 438 minutes without scoring, a... Continue Reading →

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