Pompilio’s man

On Wednesday, Miguel Russo's twelve-month tenure at the helm of Boca Juniors was laid once and for all to rest as Carlos Ischia was officially announced as the club's new manager. In an appointment which has little to do with what Boca's fans, members, or even club legends like Diego Maradona had to say on... Continue Reading →

Ischia in

A couple of days after Estudiantes, Gimnasia and Huracán appointed their new bosses, Boca have decided to get in on the act, and will be announcing Carlos Ischia as their new boss at 8pm on Wednesday. It's an unusual situation, not only because the majority of Boca's fans would probably rather not have Ischia, but... Continue Reading →

New managers: all the rage

River Plate have already got themselves a new manager in time for Christmas since the Apertura ended, and on Friday, both La Plata clubs did the same, along with Huracán, whilst Boca were closing in on the man to replace Miguel Russo. If they get their man by Christmas, one-quarter of the Primera A clubs will... Continue Reading →

Russo leaves Boca

In the last hour or so, it's been confirmed that Miguel Angel Russo has parted company with Boca Juniors, leaving the club's managerial post vacant. Earlier in the day, the Boca board had taken the decision to sack Russo's two assistants, Marcelo Trobbiani and Guillermo Cinquetti (assistant coach and physical trainer, respectively), as a condition... Continue Reading →

Power shift

It's a new era at Boca Juniors, where on Tuesday Pedro Pompilio, the man who played a major part in Juan Román Riquelme's return last week to his boyhood club, was named the club's new president after Mauricio Macri passed on the mandate to him. Elsewhere, River Plate are in trouble again and Diego Simeone's... Continue Reading →

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