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Hand Of Pod 262: the season review

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The two hundred and sixty-second episode of the best and worst English-language Argentine football podcast on the internet is up now. In it, I talk to Andrés about Boca's title win, what's left to decide continental qualification next year, our team (or rather, squad) of the season – which you can see over on theHOP.

Which Argentine clubs are playing in next year’s continental cups?

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The Argentine Primera División season is over, and the era of thirty-team championships goes with it; with four teams going down and just two coming up (we don't know whom yet, because the B Nacional still has between five and ... Continue reading →

Weekend Primera preview: 2016-17 round 12

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Welcome back to my humble blog, everyone! Budget tightening at The Bubble means that I'll be writing for them less frequently for a few months, and the main victim of that decision is my weekly Friday article in which I ... Continue reading →

Primera 2016, eighth round: all the goals

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There were 52 goals in 15 matches in the eighth round of Primera action, and average of almost three and a half per game, and the high point wasanother 6-3 away win for Racing, again in the province of Santa ... Continue reading →

Primera 2016, eighth round: all the goals

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There were 52 goals in 15 matches in the eighth round of Primera action, and average of almost three and a half per game, and the high point wasanother 6-3 away win for Racing, again in the province of Santa ... Continue reading →

2016 Primera, seventh round: all the goals

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I'm a couple of days late posting up this video, but here are all the goals from last weekend's Primera División action, which saw Lanús' unbeaten record ended by Racing and considerably more surprisingly, Rosario Central's unbeaten start come crashing ... Continue reading →

2016 Primera, seventh round: all the goals

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I'm a couple of days late posting up this video, but here are all the goals from last weekend's Primera División action, which saw Lanús' unbeaten record ended by Racing and considerably more surprisingly, Rosario Central's unbeaten start come crashing ... Continue reading →

2016 Primera, sixth round: all the goals

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The superclásico was disappointing, but we didn't have to look far for goals in Argentina this weekend; there were 48 in total, an average of 3.2 per game. That total included nine in Santa Fe, where Racing got a 6-3 ... Continue reading →

2016 Primera, sixth round: all the goals

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The superclásico was disappointing, but we didn't have to look far for goals in Argentina this weekend; there were 48 in total, an average of 3.2 per game. That total included nine in Santa Fe, where Racing got a 6-3 ... Continue reading →

2016 Primera, fifth round: all the goals

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The goals from the fifth round of matches in the Primera División are up now, and it seemsFútbol Para Todos have listened to my weekly complaints on Twitter (yes, I'm claiming full responsibility here) because they're in HD! There was ... Continue reading →

2016 Primera preview: round 5

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A new round of Primera División action begins tonight albeit tonight's matches aren't themselves the most attractive of the weekend. As ever, I'm back forThe Bubble, previewing the weekend and highlighting the matches you should definitely make sure not ... Continue reading →

2016 Primera, fourth round: all the goals

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Here are all the goals from the fourth round of matches in the Primera championship, which include two wonderful matches as San Lorenzo pipped Vélez Sarsfield by the odd goal in five, Independiente and Racing produced a thrilling finish to ... Continue reading →

2016 Primera preview: round 4

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The fourth round of Primera División action kicks off on Friday afternoon, and as usual I've previewed it forThe Bubble. There are a number of attractive games in this round, with the Avellanedaclásico between Independiente and Racing the most obvious ... Continue reading →

Weekly football preview: round 3

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There's a midweek round of matches in Argentina this Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, and I'm back forThe Bubble to preview it, picking out the matches you should definitely make time for, the ones you might want to put on in ... Continue reading →

2016 Primera, second round: all the goals

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The second round of matches in this year's Primera brought only one win for the Big Five 2-1 for San Lorenzo against Sarmiento. There were fine goals for Atlético Tucumán and Belgrano in their wins over Boca Juniors and ... Continue reading →

2016 Primera, first round: all the goals

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Here are all the goals from the first round of Primera División action, which saw River Plate thrash Quilmes, San Lorenzo held away to Patronato and Racing beaten by Atlético Tucumán. Filed under: Goal videos, Independiente, Primera A, Racing Club, ... Continue reading →

Weekly opinion: 2016 Primera preview, part 1

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In this week's opinion piece forThe Bubble, I've written the first part of two which will serve as a preview to the 2016 Primera División transitional championship, which kicks off at the end of next week and runs until late ... Continue reading →

(Almost) all the goals from the weekend just gone in Argentina’s top two divisions

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Happy Revolution Day, everyone! Here in Argentina the 25th May is a public holiday, so there's no football today. As such, I can bring you the goal video from the weekend just gone already, althoughFútbol Para Todos haven't yet got ... Continue reading →

Racing v Independiente: watch the clásico de Avellaneda, and listen to me commentate on it!

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At 3pm Argentine time (7pm BST, 2pm EDT) this Sunday, the second biggest derby in Greater Buenos Aires and maybe Argentina kicks off, with league champions Racing hosting Independiente in theclásico de Avellaneda. After my attempts to talk ... Continue reading →

Argentine football in 2014: two best XIs

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As the clock ticks towards 2015, I present here not one but two best XIs of Argentina-based players during 2014. The reason it's two is simple: the sides who won the main trophies (the two domestic leagues and the two ... Continue reading →

Argentine Primera: a just over half term report on all the teams so far

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The last 'short championship' (as we currently know them at least) of the era is now eleven matches in in Argentina, and with eight games to go I thought it was time to try and get back to posting something ... Continue reading →

Racing

Racing pasó a Independiente y clasificó a la Libertadores 2016.

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Racing se impuso en el global (3-2) a Independiente y clasificó (por segundo año consecutivo) a la Copa Libertadores 2016 junto a River Plate, Boca Juniors, San Lorenzo, Rosario Central y Huracán.
En el partido de ida, jugado en Independiente el domingo 29 de noviembre (2015), Racing logró imponerse (0-2) con goles de Gustavo Bou ('37) y Sebastián Romero (´40) en lo que fue su primer triunfo clásico de visitante después de 14 años.

Nueva camiseta Racing retro 2015.

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Con los últimos alientos de la inercia de campeón vigente, después de lanzar la segunda camiseta alternativa, que el equipo estrenó el domingo pasado ante Gimnasia (2-0), ahora Racing presenta un modelo exclusivo que alude a la gloriosa época amateur y que será usado en el clásico ante Independiente (13.

Murió Agustín Mario Cejas.

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Conocí personalmente a Agustín Mario Cejas. Yo era chico y ya entraba al mundo del fútbol. Él estaba entrenando con River en Ezeiza, en los últimos años de su carrera profesional. Me impactaron su tamaño físico y su amabilidad. Se fue un importante pedazo de la historia de Racing... El sitio oficial de la Academia enlutado.

Avellaneda: Racing 1 Independiente 0.

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Con gol de Diego Milito (´23, penal), Racing venció (1-0) a Independiente en el Cilindro por la 13° fecha del Torneo Argentino de 30 equipos. Y así fue, después de 14 años (5105 días y 25 clásicos) Racing volvió a tener un penal a favor vs Independiente. Y fue polémico, dudoso. No obstante Racing, más decidido y maduro, justificó la victoria no sin sufrimiento.

Padre Mugica: pasión por Racing.

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El día en el que lo asesinaron, Carlos Mugica jugó al fútbol. Era integrante de un equipo llamado La Bomba. El 11 de mayo de 1974, después del partido, Fernando Galmarini lo despidió en el club Atalaya de San Isidro. Eran cerca de las dos de la tarde. El cura se subió su 4L y partió hacia la Iglesia San Francisco Solano, donde dio una misa.

Nueva camiseta de Racing 2015.

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Despidiendo la camiseta del título número 17 (2014), Racing Club presentó hoy la nueva camiseta para la temporada 2015. Misma marca y mismo anunciante que, a consejo de su marketing, quita también de su nombre propio la poco afortunada palabra "Banco" (Hipotecario).
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Todos los títulos locales de Racing Club

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01. Campeonato de la Asociación Argentina de Fútbol 1913
02. Campeonato de la Asociación Argentina de Fútbol 1914
03. Campeonato de la Asociación Argentina de Fútbol 1915
04. Campeonato de la Asociación Argentina de Fútbol 1916
05. Campeonato de la Asociación Argentina de Fútbol 1917
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Racing Campeón 2014

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RACING festeja EN EL OBELISCO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-EpFfxTRTSU
EL GOL DEL CAMPEONATO DESDE ADENTRO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Reif3YqTMvg
EL GOL DEL CAMPEONATO Desde afuera https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NwS8c8dexTQ#t=45
EL CLIP DE RACING CAMPEON 2014 ESPN https://www.

Mostaza Merlo dejó de ser el técnico de Racing.

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Las cartas estaban echadas. El tercer ciclo de Reinaldo Merlo como DT de Racing, iniciado en octubre 2013, llegó a su fin. La derrota de Racing vs River (2-3) terminó de agotar el tiempo. Horas después de que Chichizola le atajara el penal a Saja, la dirigencia de Racing quedó a la espera del gesto renunciante pero Merlo volvió a sentirse "más fuerte que nunca".

Torneo Final 2014: River 3 Racing 2

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Torneo Final 2014: Vélez 0 Racing 1

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Vélez llegaba a su casa para despachar a Racing y, después de la consumada derrota de Colón (0-1 vs Lanús), tomar la punta en soledad. Racing llegaba a Liniers con la angustia del promedio y el estigma del unánime último puesto. Incluso el diario Crónica había lanzado una encuesta: "¿Por cuántos goles pierde Racing hoy en Liniers?

Torneo Final 2014: Racing 2 Belgrano 0.

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Con goles de Sebastián Saja (´34 penal) y Gabriel Hauche (´88), Racing venció (2-0) a Belgrano en el Cilindro por la jornada 9 del Torneo Final 2014.
Fue un partido clave. La mesa estaba preparada para servir la cabeza del entrenador, el mismo Mostaza Merlo que tomó las riendas de un grupo deshilachado y último en el torneo anterior, el que tiene la espalda ancha por haber terminado con 35 años sin títulos (2001), el último fusible que separa la cuestionada dirigencia del hincha de tablón.

South America

Belgrano Goalkeeper Enjoys Quick Nibble After Racing Fans Chuck Hamburger At Him (Video)

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Over in theArgentinian Primera Division, Belgrano goalkeeper Juan Olave demonstrated the perfect way to deal with missiles being thrown from the crowd after being pelted with a rogue hamburger by the Racing Club fans sat behind his goal.

Olave simply picked up the burger andmade a point of taking a nibble before gently stowing it away beside his goal to tuck intolater.

Good Player Guide #30: Luciano Vietto – the young hotshot dazzling at Villarreal and tracked by Liverpool

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3 to See: Manchester United v Liverpool, O Classico and the Argentine title decider

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The Premier League returns to the top of the Three to See billing this week, with Manchester United v Liverpool sure to set a few hearts racing on Sunday.

3 to See: Derbies in Argentina, Portugal and the start of Serie A

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The last of Europe's major five leagues gets underway this weekend and we're tipping title-chasing Roma's clash with Fiorentina as the pick of the Serie A fixture list.

The Rest

Atlético Tucumán reclama lo que Bussi se quedó del pase de Julio Villa a Racing en 1977.

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A Julio Ricardo Villa le decían Dios. Era el estilista barbado de Atlético Tucumán. Racing compró su pase a cambio de 70 millones de pesos de la época, algo más de 250 mil dólares en ese entonces, una excepción para un fútbol todavía austero. Era 1977. En Tucumán la dictadura se llamaba Antonio Domingo Bussi.

Moralez brings something "completely different" to NYCFC

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New York City FC supporters have been noisy on social media in the off-season, curious as to what prominent Designated Player the club would obtain to replace retired legend Frank Lampard.

While Maxi Moralez may not rank with Sami Khedira in name recognition, the 5-foot 3-inch attacking midfielder may be NYCFC's most essential acquisition since star forward David Villa.

U-20 USMNT open Argentina training camp with win vs. Racing Club reserves

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By DAN KARELL

The Under-20 U.S. Men's National Team kicked off their Argentina training camp on a positive note.

Two first half goals, one from Zach Pfeffer and one from Romain Gall, led the U-20s to a 2-0 victory over Racing Club reserves in a friendly match on Thursday morning.