Argentines Abroad: 2nd & 3rd October 2010

Carlos Tevez and Jonás Gutiérrez combined to make a little bit of history in England's Premier League: Manchester City's 2-1 home win over Newcastle United was the first time two Argentines had scored for different sides in the English top flight. Tevez's penalty - his 54th in England - also makes him the highest-scoring South... Continue Reading →

A very short Argentines Abroad

The majority of the players who so failed to distinguish themselves last Wednesday were rested by their clubs on their return from what Sir Alex Ferguson, Carlos Tevez's boss at Manchester United, called 'Mars' this weekend. A few Argentines were in action, though, so here as ever is the rundown - a rather briefer one than normal.... 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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