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Of note is that the televising of the match between Argentina and Czechoslovakia is permitted on the condition that ticket sales are a success. This shows the fear that televising a match would hurt ticket sales.
An insight to how Argentina began preparations to host the 1970 World Cup.
Tomás Sánchez de Bustamante, a club member of Huracán, threatened the life of a referee and is promptly banned from attending any match for two years. It is unclear if AFA possessed the ability to prevent his entry to stadiums; however, it is worth…
Armando was known as a temperamental figure, often dismissive of rules and regulations if they countered his own initiatives. Here, AFA levies a punishment on Armando.
Alberto Poletti, who was permanently expelled from professional fútbol for his actions against AC Milan, appealed for leniency citing his ability to earn a living. The new interventor, Oneto Gaona, declines the request citing the image of the…
The most surprising aspect of this entry is that little fanfare is provided to Argentina's loss in the bidding process for the 1962 World Cup (the Memoria y Balance provides more details).
The match between Argentina and Italy, played in Buenos Aires, was designed as a last minute show of the country's preparedness to host a World Cup. This is helpful to compare the prices for international matches to those for club games, as well as…
AFA seeks information to ascertain whether any San Lorenzo player should face disciplinary action (eventually Sanfilippo is named).
AFA honors the efforts of the police chief in providing a safe atmosphere at the stadium. This recognition should be read in the context of the coup that took place a few months ago and the promise of the military to restore social order. These AFA…
Huracán obtains approval from the AFA to host a match in honor of people injured at its stadium.
Although the resolution requires players to honor their selection to the national team, the onus is on the club directors to allow their players to leave.
More committees will meet to assess how to improve the national sport.
More details on the AFA investigation, with coaching reports to be assessed by club and AFA officials.
AFA asks for a report from the coaching staff, led by Guillermo Stabile, on what happened at the 1958 World Cup.
AFA, which feels that only amateur soccer is under the government's control of Olympic sports, declines the offer for COA to assess the miserable performance of the national team at the World Cup. It shows a degree of government influence, but also…
Perhaps as a way to quell public concerns over safety at soccer stadiums, AFA decrees various measures to protect fans, players, and officials: banning the entry of bottles, controlling the sale of tickets, and separation of sections of the stadium.
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