Animales: Civilization and Barbarism in Argentine Soccer

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Dublin Core

Subject

Reassessing how Argentine players should change to master the game in the modern era

Description

Argentine players felt that they were playing against "strongmen" and had to match them. The article claims that the Argentine footballer was actually closer to the European player, and would be even closer if only more strength could be added to the Argentine player's mental approach. In other words, less criollo and more strength–an opinion that gained strength throughout the 1960s.

Source

Page 17

Publisher

La Nación

Date

7/28/1966

Contributor

United States Library of Congress (Prints & Periodicals Division)

Format

Microfilm

Language

es

Type

text

Files

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Collection

Citation

“[Untitled],” Animales: Civilization and Barbarism in Argentine Soccer, accessed August 4, 2020, http://animales.rwanysibaja.com/items/show/1303.