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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 …

Vice-President of the Argentine Football Association’s national teams, Marcelo Tinelli, announced yesterday that he will step down from the position with immediate effect, as well as his role as Vice President of club San Lorenzo. The decision comes less than …

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 the Copa Libertadores tournament underway, all eyes are focused on how well the Argentine teams are doing after time away from the field. While River managed to come out on top against Independiente Medellín yesterday, San Lorenzo failed to …

The new year is here! Yes, okay, it’s already nearly two weeks old, but never mind. Here are some suggested new year’s resolutions for some of the movers and shakers in Argentine football.

The AFA

Where to start? ‘Sort yourselves …

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 …

Amid all the excitement and hysteria surrounding Argentina’s two recent World Cup qualifiers, a story at least as important to Argentine football might have passed you by. One key part of the Asociación del Fútbol Argentino (AFA)’s new Statute, which …

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

Impressive displays from Boca Juniors and River Plate last weekend were followed by drama in the Copa Sudamericana round of 32 in the three all-Argentine ties in midweek, and no sooner is that all over than we’re getting ready to …