San Lorenzo give Gorosito a send-off

On Friday Néstor Gorosito announced that win, lose or draw against San Lorenzo today, he'd be stepping down as manager of River Plate. Fitting that he should do so against the man he replaced in the Núñez hot seat, in a way. Simeone seems to have rediscovered his touch after leaving River - San Lorenzo's... Continue Reading →

San Lorenzo stay top

The opening matches of the ninth round of the Primera A Apertura have seen a couple of dramatic results. On Friday night Racing thrashed Central 4-1 in Avellaneda to draw level with the Rosario team in the relegation table and lift themselves - for a couple of tantalising hours until Banfield won away in Tucumán... Continue Reading →

Denis to Napoli?

Germán Denis has been banging the goals in for Independiente regularly for some time now, so it's no surprise to hear him linked with a European club, and according to Italy's Corriere dello Sport, he could be on his way to join Ezequiel Lavezzi at Napoli. Diego Maradona's former club are reportedly preparing an €8... Continue Reading →

Ram-gone Díaz?

Wednesday will be a key day in 2008 for San Lorenzo de Almagro. On Tuesday, the club's championship-winning manager Ramón Díaz met with president Rafael Savino to discuss the situation between manager and club following fallings-out between Díaz and some key members of his squad recently. The decision on whether El Pelado, who returned to... Continue Reading →

Real Potosí 2 – 3 San Lorenzo

Nearly 4,000 metres above sea level, it was never going to be plain sailing for San Lorenzo as they aimed to get their Copa Libertadores group campaign finally off the ground. Their hosts, though, had different ideas, and after Los Santos had missed two golden opportunities early on, shocked the Argentines with a strong performance... Continue Reading →

A bore draw

In a dire match in Mar del Plata, Independiente and San Lorenzo drew 1-1 in the Torneo de Verano. Once again, it was a match which saw a mix of first-teamers and reserves, with Pedro Troglio sending out a more or less full-strength Rojo side and Ramón Díaz preferring to experiment with kids and substitutes... Continue Reading →

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