A mixed day in Avellaneda

2006 World Cup Final referee Horacio Elizondo took charge on Thursday of the AFA's new Refereeing Training committee, which replaces the previous 'School of Referees'. But the real news came in Avellaneda, where Racing are in the headlines after yet another fans' protest against their regime, and Independiente are rather happier with themselves - or... Continue Reading →

Reinforcements, stabilisation and not letting anyone go…

The selección will play a friendly against Egypt, in Cairo, on the 26th March, and the AFA are also in talks with the FMF about a friendly against Mexico in February, to be played in Dubai. Domestically, the end of the championship - and the imminent re-opening of the European transfer windows - mean it's... Continue Reading →

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