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River Plate (with DiStéfano) visit with Eva after playing in Italy. River, and other teams playing in international competition, represented the nation.
Helpful to see what other non-sports activities take place at clubs
Interview with Di Stéfano, Pedernera, and Rossi in their return from Colombia
Helpful to compare to similar report in 1950
After years of negotiation, AFA's president, Valentín Suárez, ratifies the new contract policy, which satisfied both club directors and players.
AFA deliberates on what to do with players that left for Colombia and to prevent more from leaving. AFA president Valentín Suárez floats several ideas to discourage others from following suit, such as denying a re-entry visa to those players who…
Press and soccer fans in Argentina closely followed the performance of major club teams involved in offseason exhibition games in Spain. Here, the paper offers a summary of Real Madrid's easy win over Racing, San Lorenzo's 3-2 victory over Barcelona,…
English referees offered a negative view on Brazilian soccer, complaining about the hard field, vicious attacks from fans, the need for armed security forces, and even an anecdote about a Brazilian referee giving his English counterparts a knife…
Loustau did not arrive to sign a contract renewal with River Plate. [He did send his wife and a relative instead to negotiate a new demand, but CARP asked for him to put down a property loan ("hipoteca real") to make sure he did not flee to Colombia…
News of AFA's decision to send a national team to England for an exhibition match in 1951. Also, Housing Minister Ramón Cereijo honored by AFA for his commitment to sports (in large part due to his ability to secure funds for Racing's new stadium).
The departure of Di Stéfano, Pedernera, Rossi, and Ferreira to Colombia left a sour taste for AFA and club officials. It also continued to generate news in Argentina, especially with the imminent departure of Félix Loustau to Cali de Colombia.
Evita called on Dr. Rodolfo Valenzuela, head of the COA (Comité Olímpico Argentino), to address the concerns of working-class athletes (los deportistas descamisados) in order to align with the president's mission to further social justice, economic…
"Con los mismos colores" premiered at Suipacha and starred Nelly Daren and three of Argentina's best players: Mario Boyé, Alfredo Di Stéfano, and Norberto Méndez (directed by Carlos Torres Rios)
Odd occurrence of images celebrating Juan Perón's love for sports in the middle of the military junta under Videla
Advertisement for the first Eva Peron Youth Soccer Tournament
Featuring Mario Boyé, Norberto "Tucho" Méndez, and Alfredo Di Stéfano (featured in this image), Con los mismos colores (1948) elevated fútbol players from secondary characters to the fore.
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