Llop out, Caruso Lombardi in

Even when the referee's against you, it's hard to keep your job as Racing boss after losing the clásico de Avellaneda, and thus it was that Juan Manuel Llop made way on Monday. It looks like he's going to be replaced by the fans' choice, Ricardo Caruso Lombardi. The approach from the club to the... Continue Reading →

At the death

Independiente's poor start to the season continues, whilst for Racing, the next fixture might just be looked upon with a little more optimism. El Rojo were leading as the away team in El Cilindro thanks to a Daniel Montenegro strike five minutes before the break, but as the match looked like it was dying, with... Continue Reading →

A short roundup

HEGS has been updated only sporadically whilst I've been away so far, so since it's a quiet final night in Berlin for me, a quick rundown of the headlines we've missed over the last week is in order. Very briefly, then... 1. San Lorenzo crashed heavily away to Cruzeiro in the Copa Libertadores last Thursday.... Continue Reading →

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