The Carlos Tevez saga continues to run and Nicholas Godden believes that Manchester City hold all the cards.
Posts Tagged ‘Argentina’
Juan Arango offers his thoughts on the Copa America so far.
Gaurav Dhar looks at what has been a difficult few weeks for the world’s best player.
The U21 European Championships wasn’t enough. The U17 World Cup wasn’t enough. The Women’s World Cup wasn’t enough. No, we need our proper football fix and it’s finally here in the shape of the culture and exoticism of the 2011 Copa America.
As River Plate suffered their first relegation in over 100 years of existence, Gaurav Dhar takes us through an interesting night of watching South American football.
It’s 25 years to the day since Diego Maradon’s famous ‘Hand of God’ goal against England, and Ger McCarthy remembers one of football’s most controversial moments.
Los Blancos possess an embarrassment of attacking talent, but is it one of Madrid’s non-Galacticos who makes them tick?
Lionel Messi – the greatest player of 2010.
Having once been the benchmark for other South American clubs, Boca Juniors are at an important stage in their history as the Argentinian league gets underway for another year.
Eliot Prince looks at the structures of various leagues around the world and asks do they really matter?