The players are revolting

The saga of Sebastián Saja took a further twist on Wednesday when the player turned up for San Lorenzo's morning training session flanked by one of the club's medical chiefs, and was told to do one by manager Ramón Díaz. Elsewhere, Paulo Ferrari's been talking about his own place in Diego Simeone's River Plate setup... Saja arrived... Continue Reading →

Last-minute dealings

On the eve of the Clausura, Argentine clubs have been trying to get through one or two last-minute deals, with Independiente finally signing Freddy Grisales after much coming and going, and Andrés D'Alessandro and Maxi Moralez being unveiled at their respective new (or in Moralez's case, old) clubs. Arsenal de Sarandí, though, have pulled off... Continue Reading →

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