It’s the Argentines Abroad Award! Your votes wanted!

Long-term HEGS readers will remember that in 2007, 2008 and 2009 I ran an award to find the Best Argentine Abroad according to my readers. This year, in an attempt to widen the voting, the award (which in 2009 was the HEGS/Mundo Albiceleste Award) becomes the Hand Of Pod award. You can hear myself, the Dans Australian and... Continue Reading →

Argentines Abroad bumper Christmas special

This extended Argentines Abroad has been made possible by the fact that I didn't have time to do one last week, but forgot to let my correspondents know - and as a result we've got two weeks' worth of submissions from Spain and Portugal, as well as a very belated (my fault, not Tom's) report... Continue Reading →

Brazil 0 – 0 Argentina

Brazil and Argentina convened for their first meeting of the qualifying campaign for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa on Wednesday night, with Argentina aware that a win would take them back to joint top of the table alongside Paraguay, after the Guaraní fell to a shock 4-2 defeat to Bolivia in La Paz... Continue Reading →

Egypt vs. Argentina: the buildup

The Argentine national side arrived in Cairo on Monday in preparation for Wednesday's friendly against African champions Egypt minus Esteban Cambiasso, who has an injury in his left leg. The squad got straight to work in the gym of the their hotel, whilst manager Alfio Basile gave a press conference. 'For Argentina this match is... Continue Reading →

Solari to Olimpo!

Well, it pays to have an attention-grabbing headline. No, the Internazionale striker hasn't decided to pack in his Italian career in order to help the Aurinegro out with their relegation battle. But his little brother, the generous soul, has done exactly that. David Solari becomes Olimpo's first summer reinforcement. League champions Lanús, meanwhile, are still hoping to hang... Continue Reading →

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