Animales: Civilization and Barbarism in Argentine Soccer

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Defeating Brazilian side Palmeiras, Estudiantes will play the Euopean champion in the 1968 Intercontinental Cup.
Article shows what the rivalry between both clubs means, especially to a River who could not defeat Boca in many years.
Does 'anti-futbol' matter if the team wins? The article asks a simple question that gets to the heart of competing views of Argentine soccer
From an attractive long-ball style to cautious and tough defensive approach, Racing changes style to win the tournament Did it change? Or did they simply change focus of their own style?
A request is made to allow players called into the national team to play for their club teams in matches for the Copa Libertadores. The request not approved through voting. As a result, a scheduled pre-World Cup tour of Europe is cancelled (to allow…
The letters show a transfer of power at AFA, but also the primacy of the national team in long-term projects of the associated body.
After two significant victories in one calendar year - "Los Albicelestes" winning the mini Cup of Nations and Independiente securing the Copa Libertadores - Juvenal concludes that Argentine fútbol players are beginning to ditch their losing…
anti-futbol: the basic summary of Estudiantes' victory over Racing
El Grafico reminds readers that by now everyone should expect that Estudiantes will not (nor is able to) play soccer in an appealing manner Its dull and physical style of play wins games
El Grafico, as usual, lauds an Argentine side that wins a major championship in a less-objective manner
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