Clausura: Carrizo blunders & River Plate stumble again; Vélez win; Boca draw (video)

For the second match in a row, River Plate goalkeeper Juan Pablo Carrizo made a howler to blow his side's chance of a win, making a complete hash of pushing a seemingly harmless long-range shot over the crossbar to gift San Lorenzo an equaliser as the weekend clásico finished in a 1-1 draw. That result... Continue Reading →

Hand Of Pod Episode 17: Díaz quits San Lorenzo; the new old Messi, and the old old Torres

In the seventeenth episode of Hand Of Pod, Seba rejoins Sam, Dan and Dan. He's not happy with the way referees have been treating his club, and he's not afraid to make his anger heard, but a little surprisingly it's another HOP-er who drops an expletive, for which we of course apologise unreservedly. We also... Continue Reading →

In the fifteenth episode of Hand Of Pod Sam, Dan, Dan and Seba discuss what we can only term a startling revelation from Racing full back Iván Pillud. We round up all the salient points from the Torneo Clausura in the weekend just gone, discuss Ariel Ortega's latest indiscipline (and wonder how much longer he's... Continue Reading →

In the fourteenth episode of Hand Of Pod, Sam, Dan and Dan are once again back on the fernet (after an alcohol-free episode 13), whilst Seba is dry as ever. We discuss the two giants of Argentine football; Boca Juniors, who had another Riquelme-inspired win, and River Plate, who scored an absolutely fantastic goal which... Continue Reading →

The thirteenth episode of Hand Of Pod sees Sam, Dan, Seba and Dan discussing things in a remarkably sober manner. We look back on the USA vs Argentina friendly on Saturday, considering the performance. Seba has a few words he wishes he could say in Ángel Di María's ear, and they're not complimentary. Looking at... Continue Reading →

The eighth episode of Hand Of Pod looks at the ongoing feud between Carlos Tevez and Argentina's national team coach Sergio Batista, as well as taking in our thoughts on the Racing vs Boca Juniors clásico last Saturday and much more besides. You can get it, as ever, on the HOP blog, or subscribe on... Continue Reading →

Tragedy at Racing

Independiente and San Lorenzo got the Torneos De Verano underway on Tuesday night with a match which was won 3-2 by Ramón Díaz's side, but it was overshadowed by an amazing tragedy at Racing. During the club's training session, stormclouds gathered and before the session could be halted, a lightning bolt struck César Nardi, the... Continue Reading →

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