Argentinos Juniors' 3-2 loss away to Estudiantes on Saturday saw manager Claudio Vivas resign his charge, and there was no waiting around to see who would replace him - on Monday Claudio Borghi, former Argentinos playing favourite, was unveiled. Argentinos become Borghi's second Argentine club as a manager after his spell last year with Independiente.... Continue Reading →
One boss in, one on the way out?
Diego Simeone was officially unveiled as San Lorenzo manager on Tuesday in a press conference, whilst other reports claim that Argentinos manager Claudio Vivas will have his charge of the team terminated if El Bicho lose to Independiente on Sunday. Simeone's task in Boedo is a simple one, to start: win the first match. Whilst... Continue Reading →
New year, new bosses
With most of the Primera A sides returning for pre-season training (yes, I know according to the AFA we're halfway through the season), a few of them had new managers on Monday. River Plate, of course, are now overseen by Néstor Gorosito, but they're not the only ones. Vélez Sársfield, Independiente and Argentinos Juniors all have... Continue Reading →