Yet more bother at Racing

And us English think Newcastle United are a joke team. The pre-season in Argentina continues, and there's been more mudslinging and attempts to get out at one of the country's biggest clubs - and this time some of it's even come from the manager himself. OK, you know I'm talking about Racing because you've read... Continue Reading →


Stuck in the middle

Whilst Argentina's other big clubs got their pre-seasons underway on Thursday, Racing manager Miguel Micó was rather less pleased with his situation. River and Boca have been engaged in transfer dealings, Estudiantes have been bitching about their ex manager, Vélez have been welcoming a new boss and San Lorenzo take to the training pitch with... Continue Reading →

The trouble worsens at Racing

More bad news for fans of La Academia. Racing fans' favourite Claudio 'Piojo' López spoke to Miguel Rosello, director of football at Blanquiceleste, the enterprise which controls the club, and told him that he wants to rescind his contract. It's another blow for Blanquiceleste's hold on the club following Thursday's protest from the fans. Nothing... Continue Reading →

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 →

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