Tag Archives: San Lorenzo

Primera 2016, round 12: all the goals

The round of clásicos was by a long way the lowest-scoring weekend in an otherwise goal-packed championship, but there were some goals, including a superb free kick from Santiago García for Godoy Cruz against San Martín in the wine region derby, … Continue reading

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2016 Primera preview: round 5

A new round of Primera División action begins tonight – albeit tonight’s matches aren’t themselves the most attractive of the weekend. As ever, I’m back for The Bubble, previewing the weekend and highlighting the matches you should definitely make sure not … Continue reading

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2016 Primera, fourth round: all the goals

Here are all the goals from the fourth round of matches in the Primera championship, which include two wonderful matches as San Lorenzo pipped Vélez Sarsfield by the odd goal in five, Independiente and Racing produced a thrilling finish to … Continue reading

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Weekly opinion: 2016 Primera preview, part 1

In this week’s opinion piece for The Bubble, I’ve written the first part of two which will serve as a preview to the 2016 Primera División transitional championship, which kicks off at the end of next week and runs until late … Continue reading

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Argentine football in 2014: two best XIs

As the clock ticks towards 2015, I present here not one but two best XIs of Argentina-based players during 2014. The reason it’s two is simple: the sides who won the main trophies (the two domestic leagues and the two … Continue reading

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Argentine Primera: a just over half term report on all the teams so far

The last ‘short championship’ (as we currently know them at least) of the era is now eleven matches in in Argentina, and with eight games to go I thought it was time to try and get back to posting something … Continue reading

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¡San Lorenzo campeón! (Video)

Sunday evening saw the 2013 Torneo Inicial come to a close with two matches which saw the only four teams with chances of the title play each other. Leaders San Lorenzo – who started the day with 32 points – … Continue reading

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The Saints get their Pope

As you might have heard, a new head of the Roman Catholic Church was elected on Wednesday, and he’s Argentine. Inevitably, people with a highly developed set of priorities started asking the important questions, like; ‘Does he support River Plate, … Continue reading

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Hand Of Pod 95: The Pope is a San Lorenzo fan, Lanús still lead the way & more

In the ninety-fifth episode of Hand Of Pod, Sam, English Dan and Joel toast the world’s first Latin American pontiff with a fernet (mate in Joel’s case) even though none of us are Catholic, and discuss what his installment in … Continue reading

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Hand Of Pod 35: Tevez’s strop, Sabella’s latest test & Boca’s lead in the league

In the thirty-fifth episode of Hand Of Pod Sam, Dan, Dan and Seba begin with a discussion of just how much of a massive idiot Carlos Tevez is, and conclude with a reflection on Cristian Fabbiani’s suitability for the second division … Continue reading

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