Tag Archives: Argentina

The Tevez Saga

 

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Carlos Tevez is back in the news this week after handing in his transfer request to Manchester City. The Argentine forward seems to be unhappy with life in Manchester and wants out immediately. Rumors have even surfaced that he may quit football all together if things don’t improve or change. Any team in the world could use a player like Tevez, I hope he ends up somewhere that he can shine because football needs a player like him.

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Di Maria To Madrid

Real Madrid have added one of the most highly touted young players in this summers World Cup. Angel Di Maria, the Argentinean international will join Madrid upon conclusion of his teams run in the World Cup. Di Maria will be leaving his Portuguese club, Benfica, where the 22-year old has been since the summer of 2007. Still very young and relatively unproven, Di Maria will have a lot of pressure on him as he takes his place in the line-up in Spain.

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World Cup Day 7

There were some very good matches on tap for today, and they mostly lived up to their expectation. They might need to change the FFF to the FFFF (Failing French Football Federation) because of their horrendous play in the opening two games, and Argentina looked as good as anyone so far this tournament. Continue reading

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World Cup Day 2


This may have been one of the most anticipated days in World Cup history. Two of the most popular nations faced off, and the best player in the world, Leo Messi took the field coming off a brilliant club season. Continue reading

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Maradona x Hublot

Hublot has made yet another splash in the soccer world. Besides having deals with Man United, and now the Mexican Football Federation, they have a new ambassador in Diego Maradona. Check out more pictures after the jump. Continue reading

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