Los Blancos possess an embarrassment of attacking talent, but is it one of Madrid’s non-Galacticos who makes them tick?
Posts Tagged ‘Argentina’
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?
It’s ten years since Lionel Messi put pen to paper to sign for Barcelona, and Brian Irvine looks back at what has been an amazing decade for the man who is still only 23.
Dublin’s new Aviva Stadium opened its doors for the very first time recently, and BPF’s Ed Diggins was there to sample the atmosphere.
In his first article for Back Page Football, our new Argentinian football expert Dan Colasimone takes a look at Argentina’s “pac-man” position.
Tim Hill takes a final glance over this summer’s World Cup and outlines some of the more intruiging tactical formations that were on show in South Africa.
Germany turned in a performance of the highest standard in Cape Town today, sending Diego Maradona’s Argentina side crashing out of the World Cup with their tails between their legs. As usual, there were plenty of Talking Points to be discussed as Kevin Doran reports.
Argentina v Germany Cape Town, Saturday at 3PM Of all the quarter-final showdowns, this is the one that has attracted most interest from football fans. Diego Maradona’s Argentina, fueled by unity and togetherness, against Joachim Loew’s Germany, built on structure and efficiency. Like Brazil today, this will be the strongest opponent Argentina have come across […]