Weekly opinion piece: the AFA election scandal

When does 38+38=75? When you're dealing with the Argentine Football Association's presidential elections. In fairness, they are a bit out of practice with this new-fangled 'voting' malarkey. I've written a piece for The Bubble about the result, what it means for the AFA, and some of the challenges facing the victorious candidate - whether that turns out... Continue Reading →

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Russo lays out his plans

Miguel Angel Russo has given his first press conference as manager of San Lorenzo, setting out the philosophy he'll be approaching the next season with, which for the most part, sensibly enough, involves keeping the current squad together. He revealed his only transfer target was Olympiakos midfielder Cristian Ledesma, and declared that he would be aiming... Continue Reading →

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