Maxi Moralez, fantasista argentino dell'Atalanta, classe 1987, è ufficialmente un nuovo calciatore del Leon, squadra che milita nel campionato messicano. Ai bergamaschi vanno 4 milioni di euro. Sembrava un'operazione di mercato complicata e, invece, in pochi giorni si è arrivato all'accordo e all'addio alla Serie A e alla maglia della Dea, indossata per 5 stagioni, [.
Playing at Atleti Azzurri d'Italia Serie A Home Team Atalanta Keeper Andrea Consigli Midfield Maxi
Moralez; Ezequiel Schelotto; Luca Cigarini; Davide Biondini; Giacomo Bonaventura; Forwards German
Denis; Defense Davide Brivio; Gianpaolo Bellini; Stefano Lucchini; Thomas Manfredini; Subs Away
Team Lazio Keeper Federico Marchetti [.
Il primo gol, davanti ai propri tifosi, di Maxi Moralez, fantasista argentino portato in Italia da
Pierpaolo Marino nell'agosto scorso, regala tre punti fondamentali all'Atalanta, nell'anticipo di
Serie A disputato ieri pomeriggio contro il Chievo, e con 43 punti, di fatto, certifica la salvezza
nel massimo campionato della squadra bergamasca.
The new season in just weeks away and it starts under a cloud for newly promoted Atalanta as they
have been hit with six point deduction for their part in the betting scandal currently rocking
Italian football. The veteran midfielder and club captain Cristiano Doni has been banned for
three-and-a-half years which will effectively end his playing career given that he is now 38 years
The weekend just gone saw as many crucial contributions from Argentines as ever in the world's
biggest leagues, and a welcome return to form for the usual suspects in the Mexican league after
last week's no-show. With the usual contributions ... Continue reading â†’
With the World Cup qualifiers approaching, it's time to take a look at how Alejandro Sabella's boys
and those he's not called up did in the weekend just gone for their clubs. Alejandro FaurlÃn
impressed in defeat in ... Continue reading â†’
In the thirty-fifth episode of Hand Of PodÂ Sam, Dan, Dan and Seba begin with a discussion of just
how much of a massive idiot Carlos Tevez is, and conclude with a reflection on Cristian Fabbiani's
suitability for the second division ... Continue reading â†’
This week's Argentines Abroad is late, thanks to the midweek round of matches here in Argentina
keeping me busy. Better late than never, though. As well as Lionel Messi's hat-trick in Barcelona's
8-0 demolition of Osasuna, we've got videos of ... Continue reading â†’
It was another packed weekend in which Argentines around the world had a big say in footballing
matters, so here's another dose of Argentines Abroad. Sergio AgÃ¼ero hit a hat-trick for Manchester
City, Fernando Belluschi for Porto and Javier Pastore ... Continue reading â†’
The Torneo Apertura started in chaos, with no-one sure which TV channels games would be screened on
and many finding it so difficult to find just one title contender that Boca Juniors, of all teams,
were held up by some commentators as the most likely candidates (I'd never make a silly mistake
like that of [.
At the start of play this weekend, Arsenal de SarandÃ were bottom of the Torneo Clausura, and
LanÃºs were top. In most leagues it would have been a foregone conclusion but this is Argentina.
Bottom beat top 4-1, and after ColÃ³n khad ept up what little heat they couldÂ add to the title
race with [.
On the 20th of this month, a national side consisting solely of players from the domestic league
(which HEGS shallÂ henceforth refer to as 'Argentina B') will take on Panama in Santa Fe. Diego
Maradona announced theÂ squad (including sixÂ Boca Juniors or Estudiantes players who won'tÂ be
involved unless their club have been eliminated from the Copa Libertadores [.
Well well. We've been told he's staying with Racing, and the pessimistic presumed he'd be on his
way back to Russia. On Monday it was revealed that Maximiliano Moralez is avoiding a return flight
to Moscow, where he was never really happy in the six months he spent with FC Moscow, by taking a
The total of 25 points that Racing were aiming for in the Apertura hasn't been met, but they
weren't far off. They ultimately have to settle for 22, after a disappointing performance in El
Coloso Del Parque saw them end their Torneo Apertura with a 3-0 defeat at the hands of Newell's Old
Boys. For [.
When the Argentine domestic season ends after this weekend, Diego Maradona will concentrate players
from several clubs at the AFA's training facilities in Ezeiza, where there'll be a friendly match
and some time for the players El Diez considers the most important in the domestic game to get to
know each other better.
God knows where this has come from. Racing have looked a better team so far in the Apertura, but
lost last week to Banfield and had a tricky match this weekend against top-of-the-table San Lorenzo
in a clásico that surely, none of their fans thought they could win. But win it they did,
thanks to [.
25.10.2011 - Ganarle en casa y por la mÃnima (1-0) a este devaluado Estudiantes que dirige
Russo y despide a VerÃ³n no es nota sobresaliente para el vigente campeÃ³n del fÃºtbol
argentino. Pero acumular la cuarta victoria consecutiva en estos breves torneos de racha sÃ
llama la atenciÃ³n de los focos.
Out of the four semifinalists in this year's Copa Libertadores, only Paraguay's Cerro
Porteno will be vying for its first title with Brazil's Santos, Argentina's Velez Sarsfield and
Uruguay's Penarol all having lifted the trophy on at least one occasion.
It was the Argentine league sponsored by AARP. The stars of the weekend happened to be three of the
elder statesmen of the league.
Ariel Ortega played a putrid 70-plus minutes until he assisted on the equalizer and scored the
game-winner on a brilliant chip shot to put a moribund River Plate over Chacarita Juniors at the
Monumental with what might be the goal of the week.
With five injuries in eight months, how concerning is Josh Yaro's long-term health? Let's hope that Oguchi Onyewu is fit and healthy by March 5th, because he's going to be starting in the Union's season opener.