Another European move, and Racing are on the Llop…

It's an appalling pun I know. But the manager himself is a good one, according to Héctor García Cuervo, the administrator who chucked Blanquiceleste out on their ears a few weeks ago. The manager who (eventually) saved Racing from relegation will continue in his post next year. Meanwhile, Lanús youngster Lautaro Acosta has joined Sevilla, and... Continue Reading →

Reinforcements, stabilisation and not letting anyone go…

The selección will play a friendly against Egypt, in Cairo, on the 26th March, and the AFA are also in talks with the FMF about a friendly against Mexico in February, to be played in Dubai. Domestically, the end of the championship - and the imminent re-opening of the European transfer windows - mean it's... Continue Reading →

Ten years on

The 25th October 1997 was an historic day in the history of football, and today we arrive at its tenth anniversary. Because ten years ago today, in the Monumental, Boca Juniors beat River Plate 2-1. Historic for what exactly? No, my fellow River fans, it wasn't the last time we lost a superclásico (the unbeaten run... Continue Reading →

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