Browse Items (37 total)
Pre-game coverage on the day of Manchester United's highly-publicized encounter against Estudiantes de La Plata in the second leg of the 1968 Intercontinental Cup. The article focuses on the aggrieved sense of national pride by Estudiantes at how the…
The Scottish press' coverage of Celtic's 1-0 win in the first game of a two-leg series is full of dismissive comments about Racing and stereotypes of the "Latin races." The author writes that everything will be against Celtic in Buenos Aires on…
More fallout from the Chile-Italy match, including the serious injuries sustained by Humberto Maschio (and injuries to other stars like Pele and Di Stefano) during Italy's matych against Chile.
A good example of Peronist rhetoric of Argentina's greatness. A similar article praising Di Stéfano as the world's most expensive player appears in 1955 [Sep 22 page 50]
Insightful piece on how the violent style of play is perhaps not what fans want and that teams like DiStefano's Boca can play attractive soccer and win.
In this collection of interviews notable players and coaches provide their opinions as to why the national team is in a terrible state and may not qualify for Mexico 1970
River is Argentine soccer and its victories 'help' Argentine soccer.
Argentine cracks playing overseas gain positive coverage
Interview with Di Stéfano, Pedernera, and Rossi in their return from Colombia
He regrets what happened in 1969 and defends his philosophy and approach to the game Zubeldia also has choice words for DiStefano and Labruna
Boca Juniors in 1969 was the antithesis of Estudiantes Both teams succeeded but Boca Juniors did so by playing an attacking style of soccer Is this a change and return back to criollismo?
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.
"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)
Citing the success of Argentine auto racing, tennis, and especially soccer, Argentina has emerged as a sporting nation valued across the world. Players like Labruna, Di Stefano, Ricagni, as well as coaches like Stabile, are sought after by Europe's…
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.
El Grafico contrasts the platense "macramé" with the Italian "catenaccio" by examining how two star players in Italy, one from Uruguay and the other from Argentina, try to showcase their stylistic play but are met with defensive-minded tactics aimed…
Output Formats

atom, dcmes-xml, json, omeka-xml, rss2