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While attention was focused on a certain Rosarino blowing the title race wide open in Madrid last night, his old club were doing much of the same here in Argentina.

Newell’s pile the pressure on leaders Boca

It wasn´t all …

The tragic scenes at Belgrano`s Mario Kempes stadium remind us that football isn`t everything, however, games went ahead as usual. Here`s some of what happened.

Last-minute equaliser leaves it tight at the top

Second-placed Newell`s Old Boys` goalless draw against …

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

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 …

Football is back and its taste for twists, turns, surprises and upsets hasn’t let up in its absence. Here’s some of what happened over the weekend.

Boca defeated at home

The biggest talking point from the weekend’s fixtures came at …

After what was a 79-day-long emotional roller coaster, we can safely say that the Argentine football tournament will get back underway tomorrow.

The footballers’ union and Argentine Football Association (AFA) representatives today reached an economic agreement regarding the last obstacle …

Lanús president and spokesperson for clubs Nicolás Russo insists that fixtures will get underway this week, regardless of whether sides field professionals or youth players. Head of AFA and usual villain Armando Perez today said that the situation is now …

It might seem like only yesterday that the craziness of those winter delays to the season finally abated and the football season kicked off, but believe it or not we’re already nearly a third of the way into the Primera …

After an international break that was harder to sit through than most given Argentina’s dismal performances the Primera División is back this weekend, and here’s some advice on which games you should try to make a point of watching.

When’s

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 …