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How do you celebrate the life of one of the greatest showmen this country has ever seen, a man whose excess turned him into some sort of legend in Argentine lore? Well, to truly honor the man you would probably …

Thelma Fardín’s accusation of rape against Juan Darthés, which placed the drama of sexual abuse at the forefront of the national conversation and prompted many to come out and tell their own stories, continues to unfold in the public sphere. …

In the past weeks, fans of several Argentine football teams have chosen a rather unusual target to express their anger about controversial refereeing decisions that affect their team: President Mauricio Macri.

However, the insults coming down from the bleachers are …

The Argentine Football Association (AFA) has been a mess lately, but many think that a new leadership can clean up the way the organization is being run and give Argentine football a new period of peace.

As of now, it …

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 …

President Mauricio Macri met with TV presenter Marcelo Tinelli today in the Olivos Presidential Residence to patch up their relationship, which has grown tense over the past few days due to a Twitter spat that began when Tinelli brought a …

Over the past few days, there has been an escalation of tensions between President Mauricio Macri and TV presenter Marcelo Tinelli. The issue stems from Tinelli’s criticisms of the Macri administration on air and an accompanying Twitter war, which peaked …

After President Mauricio Macri yesterday dished out some questionable tips on how we can save energy during the winter, the head of the Senate, Cambiemos’ Federico Pinedo, stated that his comments admonishing people for, “‘being barefoot and wearing [only] T-shirts’ …

Even by the lofty standards of the Argentine Football Association (AFA), the last couple of weeks have been a bit mad. The ongoing discussions of a Super League haven’t gone away, but they’ve been added to by the government’s recent …

Something is rotten in the state of Argentine football. Seemingly confused as to its identity ever since Julio Grondona died (please don’t read that as praise for Julio Grondona), the body which oversees all football in the country has, like …