Argentines Abroad: the end-of-season finale

The domestic football season has now come to an end across Europe, and also in Mexico. Argentines have been key to the denouements of leagues and cups across western Europe, so here's the rundown of who's won what - from the FA Cup to the Mexican Clausura - and who else has impressed in the... Continue Reading →

Argentines Abroad: Tevez returns to Champions League, & more (videos)

This week saw confirmation on Tuesday that two Argentines - Carlos Tevez and Pablo Zabaleta - will feature in next season's European Cup; at least assuming Tevez stays with Manchester City, who beat Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 to confirm a top four place in England's Premier League. Alejandro Faurlín, of course, will be joining them in... Continue Reading →

Bolivia 6 – 1 Argentina

There's no headline to describe it, really. Diego Maradona's first competitive match in charge of Argentina went like a dream, but his second was the kind of nightmare in which you realise partway through that all is not as it seems, but you just can't wake yourself up, and it brought the worst defeat in... Continue Reading →

Stealing the headlines

Diego Maradona's side have arrived in Bolivia for Wednesday's World Cup qualifier in La Paz and, although the boss is keeping his cards close to his chest, it looks like there'll be one or two changes, the most notable of which are Lucho González replacing Newcastle's Jonás Gutiérrez, and Sergio Agüero starting on the bench.... Continue Reading →

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