Animales: Civilization and Barbarism in Argentine Soccer

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The chart helps dispel the notion of the monolithic club member body, rather various levels of club membership existed in 1957.
The data presented here provides more details that can help see how much Sívori's transfer to Juventus helped fund the stadium.
A brief, but definitive statement, on how much River Plate earned from the transfer of Sívori (who only earned aprox. 60,000 pesos per year at the club).
A very detailed look at how much River Plate earned in gate receipts in 1957.
A look at how much each player earned in 1957
Some explicit comments and data related to the transfer of Sívori to Juventus provides much needed detail on whether the sale of Sívori really did fund the 4th section of the Monumental (which is an accepted notion in Argentina.)
More figures on the funding for the 4th section of the stadium, now influenced by the sale of Enrique Omar Sívori to Italian team Juventus, as well as club membership data.
A more detailed breakdown of who attended Boca Juniors matches
By comparing club expenditures in soccer to other sports and cultural activities, one can see how much priority Boca Juniors gave to certain sports and social events.
This is a helpful look at how clubs increased their activities in international matches after Perón. Boca played their international matches only in South America and even played exhibition matches in the provinces.
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