Skip to main content

Entries with Keyword Argentine football

So, can we go ahead and tag “insane fútbol news” as a permanent section here at The Bubble? Because just two weeks after a guy decided to celebrate Racing’s championship with his grandpa’s skull, comes some fresh …

Last night, police arrested Alberto Amadeo Ponce, a manager of football academy players, suspected of being involved in the numerous cases of abuse of children playing for football club Independiente, which were uncovered in late March. Ponce, who is known …

The world of Argentine football has been in shock since the existence of a child abuse ring targeting teenagers playing in football club’s academies was uncovered. Youngsters who came to Buenos Aires from the interior of the country and lived …

River Plate defeated its historic rival Boca Juniors by 2-0 yesterday in the final of the Supercopa Argentina, in what was the first official decisive match between the two largest teams in the country in 42 years.

The “Millonarios‘” …

What a week it has been for Argentine football fans: national teams had exceptional performances at a continental level and the league is well underway. Boca got it’s fourth victory in a row – it has won all twelve points …

Well, well, well… What a week this was for Argentine football.

Whilst we are all out hitting the many previas and boliches that this capital has to offer (I never want to leave!), all 28 Argentine teams were in action …

With Argentina’s national side failing to get hearts racing in their match against Chile on Thursday night, the Primera División was on hand to pick up the pieces. Here’s some talking points from the weekend’s action.

River Victorious, Andrade Misses

It’s Avellaneda clásico weekend! Argentina’s second biggest derby (probably) takes place on Sunday night, but it’s far from the only Primera match this weekend, and plenty of the others are also pretty tasty-looking (arguably more so, in fact). So step …

Media mogul and vice-president of San Lorenzo, Marcelo Tinelli, who recently declared his candidacy for the upcoming AFA presidential election, has announced that he will head a committee made up of representatives of the country’s biggest clubs to negotiate the …

“I’m a River fan and I’m going to give it my all against Boca.” The words of Rosario Central striker Teo Gutiérrez in the lead up to Sunday’s game against Boca Juniors. And, as he comes away from La Bombonera