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The Copa Libertadores – arguably the greatest club comptetition on the planet, thanks to its penchant for chaos (we`re looking at you, Felipe Melo), upset and unpredictability – is in full swing, with six Argentine teams still competing for …

River continued their resurgent form last night with a 3-1 win away to Lanús. The joy of the victory was stained, however, as visiting fans fought with police after the game.

Following their rain-soaked, almost-postponed Copa Libertadores win to …

The lower divisions are still on strike, but solidarity is in short supply in the world of Argentine football, and the Primera continues apace this weekend, before next week’s break for the World Cup qualifying double headers.

So, without further …

The B Nacional (second division) is on strike this week over unpaid television money among other issues, but the Primera División continues in Argentina, so here’s a day-by-day rundown of the weekend’s fixtures.

When’s Messi playing?

He’s not. Haven’t you

The midweek fixtures were brutal for Argentine clubs, as Tuesday and Wednesday saw Huracán, River Plate and Racing all exit the Copa Libertadores — Rosario Central and Boca Juniors are left flying the flag on the continental stage after their …

Is it that time of the week again already? The Primera División is back already, and this weekend the action gets off to a very exciting-looking start straight away. So step this way, and find out what the weekend has …

Lanús inflicted a painful defeat on its former coach Guillermo Barros Schelotto as two goals in the opening three minutes saw the south Buenos Aires outfit set a margin that was insurmountable for Boca.

A clearly exasperated Carlos Tévez was …

Another round of Primera División action gets underway on Friday evening, and the biggest intrigue (if you’re a bit sick) might be which manager is about to lose his job. Claudio Vivas is set to be moved ‘downstairs’ to Banfield’s …

The 2016 Primera División season is almost upon us, so following last week’s look at the Big Five, here’s part two of The Bubble championship preview! Obviously there isn’t the space here to go through all of the other 25 …

“What’s been going on in second division Argentine basketball?” I hear you ask. Well, as is inevitable in such a high stakes encounter, tempers flared in the second tier game between Lanús and San Martín this weekend, sparking a brawl …