Argentines Abroad: the end-of-season finale

The domestic football season has now come to an end across Europe, and also in Mexico. Argentines have been key to the denouements of leagues and cups across western Europe, so here's the rundown of who's won what - from the FA Cup to the Mexican Clausura - and who else has impressed in the... Continue Reading →

Argentines Abroad: Tevez returns to Champions League, & more (videos)

This week saw confirmation on Tuesday that two Argentines - Carlos Tevez and Pablo Zabaleta - will feature in next season's European Cup; at least assuming Tevez stays with Manchester City, who beat Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 to confirm a top four place in England's Premier League. Alejandro Faurlín, of course, will be joining them in... Continue Reading →

Full time approaching for Diego?

Ahead of the World Cup qualifying double-header which kicks off against Peru on Saturday, Diego Maradona did his bit for team harmony amongst the under-pressure Argentina squad by telling the press that he wasn't sure whether he'd continue as manager if the team qualify for next year's global extravaganza in South Africa. Maradona's words, addressed... Continue Reading →

Use your vote!

If you've not already voted for our Argentines Abroad award, now's the time. Less than 24 hours remaining! Argentina has recently had its own elections, but this week sees the culmination of a far more important one. You've got only six days left to vote, if you haven't already, for your winner in the HEGS... Continue Reading →

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