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As you probably already know, last night Boca and River faced each other in Mendoza at the Supercopa finale.

The match saw a 2-0 victory in favor of River Plate, and after the event, hinchas of both clubs were very …

In case you live under a rock and this is brand new information for you, Mendoza will turn into a bit of a warzone today.

Indeed, at 9 PM today the Estadio Malvinas Argentinas in Mendoza will host the 2018 …

The Superclásico of Argentine football is considered to be one of the most important clashes in the world of football – some might say it is the most important one, River and Boca fans will definitely be among them – …

I’m so sorry. I’m sorry for recommending you reserve your Sunday for football and football alone. I’m sorry that in four Clásicos there was one goal. Between all of them. I’m sorry that I said River and Boca looked “in …

So, the excitement of Game of Thrones just took up all of your weekend, did it? Or perhaps the fact that you could actually go outside for the first time in four weekends distracted you from your carefully allotted news …

Every football fan likes a good clásico, and boy have we got a lot of them coming up this weekend. No fewer than eight of this weekend’s Primera División matches are derby rivalries of some intensity or another, and …

Although River Plate dominated proceedings, failing to find the net became as much a problem for the men in red and white as it has been for Boca all season. It’s good news for goalkeepers with clean-sheet bonuses stuck in …

It’s Friday already, which means it’s time for another weekend football preview, with one particularly big attraction this weekend. We’ll get to that, but first…

When’s Messi Playing?

I’ll be answering this question each week from now on. It seems …

This weekend will bring the country to a standstill. It will see cities divided. And people cry.

And no, I’m not talking about the elections. (They can wait.)

This weekend, the only thing that matters is football. That’s right: la

Adrian “Panadero” Napolitano, the douche who yesterday admitted to being the one who pepper sprayed River Plate players during last week’s Superclásico, won’t have to spend a single night in jail.

His attack – considered a felony …