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    Full time: Lanús 4-2 River Plate (4-3 aggregate). Lanús are into their first ever Copa Libertadores final!

    - Lucas Biglia has been ruled out through injury for Argentina so Insua has been called up for this month's friendlies

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    PSG's Gio LoCelso added to #pArgentina's squad for their upcoming friendlies.

    ARG rumoured XI v RUS: Romero; Fazio, Mascherano, Otamendi; E.Perez, Kranevitter, Lo Celso, Rigoni; Messi, Aguero, Di Maria

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    Momenteel is de vriendschappelijke wedstrijd tussen Argentinië - Nigeria een half uur bezig, en staat Argentinië met 1-0 voor door een treffer van Banega ( vrije trap).

    Opstelling Argentinië:
    Marchesin, Pezzella, Otamendi, Mascherano, Banega, Enzo Perez, Lo Celso, Di Maria, Pavon, Aguero, Dybala.

    Edit: Inmiddels 2-3 voor Nigeria nadat Argentinië eerst nog 2-0 voor kwam dankzij Aguero ( voorzet van Pavon). Voor Nigeria scoorde daarna Iheanacho ( vrije trap) vlak voor rust, en na de rust Iwobi en Idowu.
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    Argentinië - Nigeria uiteindelijk 2-4 geworden. Aguero speelde wederom zeer sterk, en momenteel lijkt hij de topkandidaat voor de nummer 9 positie bij de nationale ploeg.

    In de rust is Aguero flauwgevallen, en is hij ook onderzocht in het ziekenhuis. Het viel gelukkig allemaal mee, en hij is met de ploeg terug gevlogen.

    Javier Mascherano: 'We played a good first half, but in the second we didn't match [Nigeria's] intensity.'
    Alejandro Gómez: 'I think we played well in the first half ... things got complicated in the first 20 minutes of the second half.'

    Lo Celso vond ik vandaag een matige indruk maken op het middenveld.

    Marchesin keepte zeer zwak, en hij is in ieder geval niet de oplossing om mee te nemen als keeper na het WK. Andrada maakte in de Copa Libbertadores met Lanus een goede indruk tegen River Plate, en ik hoop dat hij een kans krijgt van Sampaoli.

    Pavon heeft deze 2 oefenwedstrijden ook een goede indruk gemaakt, en wat mij betreft blijft hij bij de selectie.

    Mascherano was ook zeer matig.

    Today was the first time since 1959, away to Chile, that Argentina had gone 2-0 up and lost the match.

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    Hahah Mascherano. Iwobi heeft zijn ziel afgepakt vanavond.

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    Citaat Oorspronkelijk geplaatst door RaulVilla Bekijk bericht
    Hahah Mascherano. Iwobi heeft zijn ziel afgepakt vanavond.
    Het was inderdaad heel matig wat Mascherano liet zien, en het werd ook wederom pijnlijk duidelijk dat hij heel erg traag is geworden. Het beste is om hem indien hij wordt opgesteld te positioneren als een dm en indien hij als cv wordt gepositioneerd dan moet er een snelle verdediger naast.

    Marchesin heeft ook aangetoond dat hij niets te zoeken heeft bij de nationale ploeg, en ondanks dat hij redelijk wat blunders heeft gemaakt dit seizoen hoop ik dat Sampaoli de volgende oefenwedstrijd Rulli een kans gaat geven,

    Aguero heeft het deze helft tegen Nigeria, en ook in de wedstrijd tegen Rusland uitstekend gedaan, en het lijkt mij dat Sampaoli hem nu als zijn nummer 9 ziet. Pavon en Aguero vonden elkaar ook heel gemakkelijk tijdens deze 2 oefenwedstrijden.


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    Without Lionel Messi, Argentina are clearly below full-strength and there are clearly more important matters than results when organising friendlies in a World Cup year but the nature of Tuesday’s defeat to Nigeria will provide plenty of doubts in Jorge Sampaoli’s mind.

    A first defeat for Sampaoli, a first friendly loss since 2014 and the first time Argentina have let slip a two-goal lead since 1959 but what will be of greater concern will be the defensive fragility that was exposed by Nigeria.

    A well struck Éver Banega free kick and a cleverly worked Sergio Agüero goal had put La Albiceleste in the driving seat after 35 minutes. Paulo Dybala, replacing Lionel Messi in behind the Manchester City striker, released the rapid Cristian Pavón and just as he did on Saturday the 21-year-old laid on the goal.

    The decisive moment came on the stroke of half time when Kelechi Iheanacho bent in a free kick that seemed to catch Agustín Marchesín either by surprise or out of position.

    Arsenal forward Alex Iwobi stroked in a equaliser shortly after the restart and a minute later, Nigeria led when debutant Brian Idowu slotted past Marchesín.

    Argentina, had lost Agüero at half time after the goalscorer had been taken to hospital after feeling dizzy, and while Sampaoli lost his main threat, it was the defence that was most worrying.

    Pressing high up the field there were huge spaces around the sluggish back three for Nigeria to capitalise on and Iwobi wrapped up the win for the Super Eagles, nutmegging Mascherano before finding the net.

    The defeat to Nigeria makes no difference but another match in which Argentina look hugely vulnerable without Lionel Messi shows little improvement and when the world’s best player isn’t on the pitch always puts the defence under greater pressure.

    Opposition sides, without the worry of stopping Messi, are able to stretch Argentina far more. The lack of pace defensively and Sampaoli’s preference to play with three at the back has so far not yielded results and will be something that must be resolved before the World Cup.

    - BOMBSHELL: In early 2011 Julio Grondona took a $1 million payment owed to Ricardo Teixeira because "Grondona voted for Qatar to host the 2022 World Cup," according to Alejandro Burzaco.The $1 million was a bribe owed to Teixeira upon signing of a new deal granting Full Play rights to the Copa America. But Grondona took Teixeira's payment because, he told Burzaco, he was owed the money for Teixeira in exchange for his crooked vote for Qatar.Burzaco did not say where the World Cup voting bribe money originally came from. However, he said that Grondona, within months of the vote, accosted a group of Qataris at a FIFA event, angry at allegations he had sold his vote.
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    - Italy are going to try and poach Sebastián Driussi, who holds an Italian passport, according to reports.

    Sebastian Driussi’s agent claims the Zenit striker is open to an #Italy call-up – but only if he does not receive one from Argentina.

    - Argentina has requested the second highest amount of tickets behind hosts Russia for the World Cup according to FIFA

    - Placente and Aimar congratulate the players on reaching the SudAmericano -15 final - Brazil stand in their way on Sunday.
    Placente is de coach van de onder 15 ploeg.

    - Nicolás Fernández at it again for Defensa y Justicia. 5 goals in 5 games for the 21-yr-old midfielder.

    Speler die ik volgend seizoen graag bij een topclub in Argentinië zie spelen.

    - Lucas Pratto admits his pride at being linked with a move to River Plate but admits his price tag could prove difficult.

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    - If indeed Borussia Dortmund had scouts at La Bombonera last night, think they would've seen what most who watch Argentine football have thought for a while. Pay the money for Lautaro Martínez! A steal even at €15M+

    Volkomen met dit bericht eens. Martinez is veruit de talentvolste spits momenteel actief in de Argentijnse competitie. Ik zou hem zelfs een kans geven bij de nationale ploeg. Volgens de geruchten hebben ook Atletico Madrid en AS Monaco interesse.

    - Boca defeated for the first time & now without Darío Benedetto for the foreseeable future. The striker's ruptured knee ligaments look to end his World Cup hopes too.

    - Full time in the Bombonera: Boca Juniors 1-2 Racing Club. Boca's perfect start comes to an end: 8 wins and 1 defeat after nine matches. San Isidro the all-time record holders with 16 straight wins in 1915.

    - Meanwhile Darío Benedetto's hopes of a World Cup squad place look shot: the injury he picked up during Boca's loss to Racing earlier is a cruciate ligament tear. He's expected to be out for six to eight months.

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    THE TRAGEDY AND RECOVERY OF FORMER STARLET DIEGO BUONANOTTE.

    “WHY COULDN’T IT HAVE KILLED ME?’ pondered Diego Buonanotte years later. His father’s black Peugeot 307 was almost unrecognisable, a twisted lump of mangled metal rendered completely useless. The French hatchback had skidded off a rain-soaked and poorly maintained Route 65 before smashing into a tree. Three of Buonanotte’s closest friends – Gerardo Sune, Alexis Fulcheri and Emanuel Melo – made the fatal error of not wearing their seatbelts and were pronounced dead at the scene. As well as tragically claiming three young lives, the accident, in late December 2009, would shape the future of a 21-year-old star with the world at his feet.

    In April 1988, almost two years after his famous namesake had lifted the World Cup trophy for Argentina in Mexico, Diego Buonanotte was born in Teodelina, a small Santa Fe town on the border with the province of Buenos Aires.

    The precocious talent joined the River Plate youth set up as a 13-year-old and made his full professional debut in April 2006, 10 days shy of his 18th birthday, replacing a certain Gonzalo Higuaín in a game against Instituto. Daniel Passarella, the River Plate legend who captained Argentina to the World Cup in 1978 in their very own stadium, El Monumental, was the man who gave him his first taste of action in the famous white shirt with the diagonal red sash.

    In November 2007 Buonanotte’s rising star was acknowledged by World Soccer, with the attacking midfielder making the magazine’s ’50 Most Exciting Teenagers on the Planet’ list. The diminutive forward, whose five-foot three-inch stature earned him the nickname El Enano (The Dwarf), was named 12th, ahead of future World Cup winners Toni Kroos, Juan Mata and Mesut Özil.

    Predicting the future of young footballers is far from an exact science and while several have gone on to do great things – including the aforementioned trio – it must be noted that an equal amount have faded into obscurity. Regardless of what the future would or wouldn’t hold, Buonanotte’s inclusion was a sure sign that his emergence and potential had clearly been noted.

    Buonanotte etched his name into River folklore in June 2008 by inspiring his team to victory and sealing the Torneo Clausura, the 33rd domestic championship in their history, in the process. Los Millionarios were greeted by the traditional El Monumental ticker-tape welcome, with the spine-tingling atmosphere inspiring the hosts to take the lead with a well-rehearsed set piece.

    With the Olimpo defence expecting a deep, whipped-in free-kick, the ball was instead cleverly dragged to the edge of the box. As the defence were drawn to their own goal like a magnet in anticipation, Buonanotte retreated in the opposite direction, finishing first time from 20 yards with his left foot. The delighted youngster ran straight into the waiting arms of his manager, a black-suited Diego Simeone.

    The visitors, not reading the script, equalised in the second half but that merely set the scene for Buonanotte to once again take centre stage. Ariel Ortega, by then a 34-year-old veteran suffering from alcoholism, was still capable of moments of magic and he proved it in this game. Receiving a pass from Colombian striker Radamel Falcao, El Burrito, the sorcerer to Buonanotte’s apprentice, played a clever disguised pass that split the Olimpo defence, allowing Buonanotte to finish from a tight angle with his weaker right foot. El Enano crossed the running track encircling the pitch, before diving to the ground and soaking up the adulation of the adoring River faithful. A new king of El Monumental was crowned – or so it seemed.

    Two months later, Buonanotte’s star would continue to rise when he was selected for the national team for the 2008 Beijing Olympics. The team, captained by Juan Román Riquelme and including such stars as Lionel Messi, Javier Mascherano, Sergio Agüero and Ángel Di María, won their first two group games. Buonanotte received his chance to shine in the final match of the first phase, a dead rubber against Serbia in front of 54,000 fans in the Workers Stadium.

    Argentina held a slender 1-0 lead until the 84th minute when Buonanotte was tasked with the taking of a free-kick, despite the presence of set-piece luminaries such as Éver Banega and Riquelme. Displaying a perfect technique, Buonanotte wrapped his left foot around the ball, bending it over the wall and into the goalkeeper’s bottom left-hand corner, before being embraced by his legendary captain. Although he failed to make a further appearance, Argentina went on to win the tournament, giving the youngster a gold medal and memories to last a lifetime.

    Further international recognition, this time in a more prominent role, came when Buonanotte inspired Argentina to a third-place finish at the prestigious Toulon Tournament in 2009. Dazzling opponents with his dribbling, through balls, and the ability to draw a foul, Buonanotte finished as the tournament’s joint top scorer and emerged as one of its brightest stars. It seemed that the gifted midfielder was next on the long Argentine production line of potential stars, until the tragic accident in December later that year that turned his world upside down.

    Whilst in intensive care, Buonanotte was oblivious to the plight of his three friends, with concerned hospital staff keeping the tragic news from him for as long as they could. A broken collarbone and humerus, as well as a lung contusion, were just some of the injuries suffered by Buonanotte. However, the physical injuries would pale in comparison to the mental scars he would carry with him for the rest of his life.

    Less than four months after the crash, and three ahead of schedule, Buonanotte returned to the pitch as league leaders Godoy Cruz visited El Monumental. River were on a dreadful run of five games without a goal, hovering dangerously close to the bottom of the table with only 14 points from as many games.

    Two weeks later he scored the first goal of his comeback in a 2-1 victory over Vélez Sarsfield, controlling a cross before half-volleying the ball home. The roar of the crowd was deafening, and it seemed that the demons had been momentarily exorcised. The ecstatic player removed his shirt in the midst of the wild celebrations, displaying a support on his right arm to protect the humerus he broke in the car crash.

    The joy of his second coming at El Monumental wasn’t to last. In late December 2010, Buonanotte complained that River Plate’s technical staff weren’t showing him sufficient respect, although he claimed that Passarella was always nothing but supportive. The following month his boyhood club accepted a £3.8 million offer from Spanish side Málaga, backed by the billions of Qatari royal Nasser Bin Abdullah Al Thani.

    With Chilean manager Manuel Pellegrini in the dugout, the Andalusian club were hoping to break the LaLiga duopoly of Barcelona and Real Madrid, and the exciting signature of a talented young Argentine star was another piece in an expensive puzzle. Buonanotte signed a five-year contract with the La Rosaleda outfit, joining his new teammates in the summer of 2011.

    A weight was lifted off Buonanotte’s shoulders in March 2011 when a Junín court ruled that he was not responsible for the accident that caused the death of his three friends. He was deemed not to have been speeding or driving dangerously, and his bloodstream was clear of drugs and alcohol. The weather, and a poorly maintained road, were both cited as causes in what amounted to a tragic accident. Although the emotional torment couldn’t be erased with the striking of a judge’s gavel, it at least meant he was declared innocent of a potential manslaughter charge that could have led to five years in prison.

    His first season in southern Spain represented a transitional period, with Buonanotte making just 10 league appearances as Malaga recorded a fourth-place finish, the highest in their history. Starting just five games and recording 454 minutes of playing time in all competitions, the youngster played second fiddle as big-name signings such as Isco, Santi Cazorla, Ruud van Nistelrooy and compatriot Martín Demichelis stole the limelight.

    Despite the departure of some big names as Al Thani’s Malaga project appeared on the verge of collapse, Buonanotte still couldn’t manage to force himself into Pellegrini’s plans. He started just nine games in all competitions in 2012/13 before bidding farewell to Málaga, moving across Andalusia to Granada in January 2013 for €2 million. However, the same lack of football that blighted his stay at La Rosaleda followed him to the Estadio de Los Cármenes, with just 15 starts in 18 months ending a far-from-fruitful three years in Spain which saw his progress stall.

    In recent years, Buonanotte has become somewhat of a journeyman, spending six-month loan spells in Liga MX with Mexican side Pachuca and with Quilmes in his homeland. Under the auspices of Uruguayan manager Gus Poyet, Buonanotte enjoyed a more enjoyable spell in Greece, scoring 11 goals in 19 starts to help AEK Athens win the Greek Cup. However, he would start 25 games on the bench and, as his career wore on, looked increasingly like a squad player, one unable to make a significant impact on a consistent basis.

    Buonanotte’s most recent move came in July 2016 when crossed the Atlantic once more, heading back to South America to join Chilean side Universidad Católica. Buonanotte’s form was imperious as Los Cruzados captured the 2016 Torneo Clausura, scoring a total of eight goals including two braces and a purple patch of four goals in five games. However, his journey to the domestic championship, his first since 2008 when he burst onto the scene as a fearless happy-go-lucky youngster, was not without its bumps in the road.

    In November 2016, in a 2-2 draw with rivals Colo-Colo, an opposition player did the unthinkable and attempted to use Buonanotte’s grief over the fatal car crash to unsettle him. “Oi murderer,” Colo-Colo midfielder Esteban Pavez shouted, “you killed your three friends!” Showing a maturity that belied his age and physical stature Buonanotte, visibly upset by the comments, kept his composure. Refreshingly, Colo-Colo stalwarts rounded on Pavez, chastising him for his ungentlemanly behaviour and apologising to the Argentine on his behalf.

    Buonanotte later remarked that he was used to hearing it from opposition fans, par for the course given the tribal nature of football fandom, yet hearing it from a fellow professional was a different matter altogether.

    Playing scintillating football, Universidad Católica’s 2016 Torneo Apertura success ensured they retained their title and won back-to-back championships for the first time in their history. Buonanotte was voted player of the tournament and struck up a great bond with Nicolás Castillo on and off pitch, with the duo combining to score 21 goals.

    However, as has seemingly always been the case for Buonanotte, a peak preceded the trough. Castillo’s loan spell ended and the productive partnership was prematurely broken up. This was one of the factors that explains UC’s poor 2017, which produced one of their worst seasons in recent memory. Buonanotte suffered further emotional heartache in October 2017 after hearing the news that his father had suffered a stroke. The doting son immediately flew across the Andes to his homeland, missing three games with the unwavering support of his coach, Mario Salas.

    It’s almost a quirk of fate that, given his father’s ill health, Buonanotte has connected with a paternal figure such as Salas. The Argentine recently posted a photograph on Instagram with him and his coach in a tight embrace that clearly displays the mutual affection and fondness shared by the pair. In the accompanying words, the player thanked Salas for helping him rediscover his love for football, for reminding him that they are humans before they are footballers and coaches, and for calling him every day whilst he was in Argentina to offer his support when it was most needed.

    Buonanotte will turn 30 in April 2018 and, 10 years after that whirlwind few months where he guided River Plate to the league title and picked up an Olympic gold medal, it remains to be seen what the future holds. A talented youngster who seemingly had the world at his feet has perhaps never truly recovered from the terrible car crash that killed three of his friends, temporarily injuring the footballer physically but leaving him with indelible psychological scars.

    Parenthood and the ill health of his own father have recalibrated his priorities to the point where football isn’t always his number one focus anymore. Although he hasn’t achieved what he threatened to during those halcyon few months in 2008, there are still moments to look back and cherish, and the mental strength he has shown to forge any sort of career following the events of December 2009 is truly remarkable.

    The New Year is always synonymous with regeneration and, after a forgettable 2017 both personally and professionally, perhaps in 2018 and beyond there is time for one more triumph on the pitch, one moment where even for a split-second it can be all about football once again

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    Buonanotte. Ik had 'm rond 2006 zowaar getipt bij de PSV scouts. Daar had best wat moois uit kunnen bloeien, denk ik.
    Maar ja, dat ongeluk he.

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    Citaat Oorspronkelijk geplaatst door voskat Bekijk bericht
    Buonanotte. Ik had 'm rond 2006 zowaar getipt bij de PSV scouts. Daar had best wat moois uit kunnen bloeien, denk ik.
    Maar ja, dat ongeluk he.
    Hij had zo'n mooie loopbaan kunnen hebben als dat ongeluk niet was gebeurd. Ik was altijd helemaal lyrisch over hem in zij eerste periode bij River Plate. Het kleine ventje dat iedereen met het grootste gemak voorbij speelde. De spelvreigde spatte er bij hem vanaf.

    Na het ongeluk nooit meer de oude geweest ( wat ook volkomen logisch is). Destijds in alle Argentijnse stadions door tegenstanders uitgejouwd en voor moordenaar uitgemaakt. Hij liep ook een keer in tranen van het veld af. Toen nog het incident in Chili. En dan nu de zeer slechte gezondheid van zijn vader die zeer waarschijnlijk niet lang meer te leven heeft.

    Toch hoop ik dat hij in de toekomst hij is nu 30 jaar nog terugkeert bij River Plate en nog 1 keer zich weet op te laden. Oor get voet al. Het zou sowieso magisch zijn om het duo Falcao ( die altijd heeft aangegeven terug te willen keren bij River) en Buonanoote te zien spelen in El Monumental.

    Ik ben er wel van overtuigd dat Buonanotte bij de nationale ploeg van Argentinië had gespeeld en minimaal in de subtop van Europa had gespeeld indien dat verschrikkelijke ongeluk niet was gebeurd.

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    Smeerlul, die Pavez.
    Ik was wel blij dat zijn ploeggenoten hem meteen voor de idioot uitmaakten die hij is.

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    - Ariel Holan announced on Wednesday that he's resigning from the manager's job at Independiente due to the pressure that life under police custody was placing on his family. They (and he) were being protected after threats from the club's barra brava earlier in 2017.

    Edit:
    It's official - Ariel Holan is staying with Independiente after all. Real boost for the club


    Hij heeft uitstekend werk verricht bij Independiente en de ploeg mag blij zijn dat hij uiteindelijk toch blijft. Met het zeer waarschijnlijkvertrekken van Tagliafico en Barco zal de ploeg er wel veel zwakker op worden. Ook Bustos staat in de belangstelling van diverse ploegen.

    - Sevilla have reached a verbal agreement with Cruz Azul over midfielder Walter Montoya - once the contracts are exchanged, he will travel to Mexico.

    Ik had al verwacht dat hij het niet zou gaan redden bij Sevilla. Het was het beste voor hem sportief gezien om de stap te maken na Boca Juniors of River Plate.

    - While we still wait for news on Ezequiel Barco, NewYorkRedBulls appear to agreed a $7M deal with Huracan for another talented young player, Alejandro Romero Gamarra.

    - Racing's new manager Eduardo Coudet has reportedly made bringing Ignacio Malcorra with him from Xolos a transfer priority

    - Back from his suspension shortly & now Lucas Martínez Quarta has signed a new deal with River - keeps him at the club until 2021 unless someone wants to pay his €22M release clause.

    - Reports of a €3M offer from Freiberg for Independiente captain Nicolas Tagliafico - not sure why there are so many reports of clubs offering below what is already a very cheap release clause.

    - Jorge Almirón wanted Iván Marcone ( Lanus) at Las Palmas & now unsurprisingly wants the midfielder with him at Atlético Nacional

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    - River Plate still hope to sign goalkeeper Franco Armani Atletico Nacional rejected the initial $2M offer but Armani wants to join River.

    - One player likely to leave River is Alexander Barboza - Tijuana have registered an interest but there is nothing concrete. Despite not showing his DyJ form, Barboza would be a good signing for someone.

    - River Plate have agreed a deal with Tijuana for Damián Musto. Not yet 100% confirmed but a fee around $2M has been agreed.

    - Boca confirm the signing of Julio Buffarini on a 3 and a half year deal. Buffa, Jara & Peruzzi all on the books as RB options at the moment.

    - Néstor Ortigoza is making a swift return to Argentine football but not with San Lorenzo. The Paraguayan has agreed a move to Rosario Central.

    - AFA president Claudio Tapia confirms that after the World Cup the plan is to allow visiting supporters in the Superliga again

    - Eduardo Coudet wants to bring Agustín Allione to Racing from Palmeiras. Now 23, Allione was tipped for big things when at Vélez

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    - MLS: Report: At last, Atlanta United move for Ezequiel Barco nearly complete.

    Dario Ole reports that Independiente wants $15 million from Atlanta United for 70 percent of Ezequiel Barco's rights, meaning Argentine club would get 30 percent of a future sale.

    Ik had Barco graag in een grote competitie in Europa aan het werk zien gaan. Afgelopen seizoen samen met Tagliafico en Bustos de beste spelers van Independiente.

    - Atlético Tucumán confirmed the loan signing of goalkeeper Augusto Batalla from River - could be a great move for all involved. There is a good keeper there and away from the glare of the Monumental, Batalla could thrive.

    -River Plate are still in negotiations with Sao Paulo over Lucas Pratto but are pushing ahead with moves for Silvio Romero & Lucas Zelarayán.

    - Carlos Tevez already training with his Boca teammates: "I never left."

    - Linked with a move to Atletico Mineiro a couple of weeks back, Velez defender Lautaro Gianetti has now suffered an ACL injury and will be out for 6 months
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    - Following Rodolfo D'Onofrio's re-election as River Plate president a week before Christmas, Marcelo Gallardo has today renewed his contract as first team manager for four years - the duration of D'Onofrio's new mandate.

    - Safe to say Pepe Sand's split from Lanús isn't an amicable one. His anger towards president Nicolás Russo was clear regarding why he was leaving. The striker says it isn't for money & Russo needs to tell the truth that he didn't want him

    - Vélez confirm deal for returning Mauro Zárate

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    Sampaoli to call up Atlético target Lautaro Martínez for Italy and Spain.

    Jorge Sampaoli is considering calling up Atlético Madrid target and Racing Club striker, Lautaro Martínez for Argentina's upcoming games against Italy and Spain ahead of the World Cup in Russia during the summer. Earning himself a place in the squad for the World Cup seems like a tall task, however, but the faith Sampaoli is set to place in him is a good sign for the rising star.

    The first of the two games will take place on March 23rd in Basil against Italy. The Italian missed out on the World Cup but are a powerhouse in international football and will be a good test for Argentina and Sampaoli. The next game, scheduled for March 27th against Spain at the Wanda Metropolitano will be a test against one of the favourites for the competition. If all goes to plan for Atlético Madrid, it will be where Martínez plays for a long time to come as they hope to lure him to Madrid in the future.

    In other news, another player set to be recalled by Sampaoli is Gonzalo Higuain. He has regained his best form recently after being overtaken by Mauro Icardi at the top of Argentina's attack but the fight for that position is set to drag on until the World Cup in Russia.

    - Het zou fantastisch zijn als Lautaro Martinez een kans krijgt van Sampaoli, veruit de beste jonge spits in de Argentijnse competitie, ne persoonlijk zou ik hem graag mee zien gaan na het WK in Rusland.

    Higuain zou ik nooit meer oproepen. De laatste tijd heb ik me weer mateloos geïrriteerd aan zijn zwakke omstredens bij Juventus, en afgelopen weekend tegen Cagliari was helemaal het dieptepunt.

    - Franco Armani & Lucas Pratto are undergoing their medicals with River Plate this morning & will complete their transfers shortly.

    Eindelijk is het River gelukt om Armani te contracteren. Indien hij een goed half seizoen keept zie ik in hem een kanshebber om met Argentinië na het WK te gaan. Hij heeft bij Atletico Nacional bewezen dat hij een zeer goede keeper is.

    - Despite Daniel Angelici's stance, Guillermo Barros Schelotto reportedly still wants Ricardo Centurión back at Boca.

    - Reports in México state River will pay Club América $5.5M for Silvio Romero although in Argentina it's claimed Los Millonarios are trying to negotiate a lower price.

    - Following Malyons article on Arsenal's interest in Cristian Pavón. TyCSports now state that the English club are willing to pay the $37M release clause in this window to replace the outgoing Alexis Sánchez.

    Pavon zou een uistekende aanwinst zijn voor Arsenal. Hij haalt wekelijk een heel hoog niveau en ook tijdens zijn eerste 2 interlands voor Argentinië speelde hij uitstekend, en gaf hij 2 goede assists.
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    - Jorge Sampaoli's European tour has taken him to Amsterdam for a chat with Nicolás Tagliafico - the Ajax defender could be in line for a call ahead of the March friendlies.

    Ik zou het toejuichen als Sampaoli voor de komende interlands Tagliafico, Bustos en Lautaro Martinez een kans gaat geven bij de nationale ploeg.

    - Denis Rodríguez is heading back to Newell's Old Boys after not forming a part of Marcelo Gallardo's plans at River. Really unlucky to have suffered such a serious injury early in his River career but a chance to rebuild now.

    - Former Boca & Banfield forward Andrés Chávez is close to a return to Argentina. Huracán appear likely to beat Estudiantes to his signature.

    - Lanús set to lose another as Jorge Almirón brings goalkeeper Fernando Monetti to Atlético Nacional for around $1.4M.

    - Independiente have agreed a fee with Emelec for midfielder Fernando Gaibor - the Ecuador international is expected in Avellaneda this week to complete the $3.5M deal

    - Confirmation of Ricardo Centurión's return to Racing. Racing president Victor Blanco confirms that Centurión is returning. Understood that La Academia (who still owned 30%) will pay Genoa €4M

    - Centurión's old club Genoa, one of the clubs in for Huracán's Ignacio Pussetto. Bologna & Benfica have also made bids of around $5M

    - Boca may have missed out on Ricardo Centurion but there are increasing reports that Nicolás Gaitán is returning to La Bombonera.

    -Reports in Argentina are claiming Colombia internationals Edwin Cardona and Wilmar Barrios threatened two women with knives at a bar on Monday night, an accusation the Boca Juniors players completely reject.

    Lawyer: "This is clearly an attempt at extortion ... nothing happened."

    Following these accusations, Wilmar Barrios, Edwin Cardona, Frank Fabra & Manuel Roffo have been left out of Boca's squad for the friendly against Aldosivi this evening in Mar del Plata.

    - Carlos Tevez laughs: "I was on holiday for seven months in China. It's fine for the Shanghai coach and president to criticise me, I didn't know what I was doing there." Don't be modest Carlitos, you had 40 million reasons to be there.Back in December 2016 President Mauricio Macri, Tevez's old boss at Boca, had stated Tevez would act as an unofficial ambassador and improve relations between Argentina and China....
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