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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…
Although the government began its intervention of AFA in 1956, this petition from Agustín Rodríguez Araya is to ask for a continuance in the matter.
In the wake of the 1955 coup and subsequent proscription of Peronism, the magazine is aghast as to why the federal intervention of AFA led to amnesty of club officials and players sympathetic to Peron
Gaona, in the interview, discusses a wide range of topics affecting AFA and Argentine fútbol in 1970–including the reversal on the lifelong ban of Estudiantes' Poletti.
Helpful to see how government intervention, now running over four years, has affected AFA.
Because clubs are civic associations, and AFA a private association of clubs, then who "owns" Argentine fútbol? Can anyone "own" fútbol?
Inner politics of AFA exposed in Gente, particularly interesting because club officials seem to want intervention.
The era of "fútbol espectáculo" comes to an end. This article looks at the businessmen who directed the fortunes of the clubs over many years, and whose competition fueled high spending. They include: Alberto Armando (Boca Juniors), Herminio Sande…
While the Onganía government appointed a interventor to CADCOA, the article critiques the selection of Jorge Noceti Campos as a man ill-equipped to run the organization.
The interventor at AFA (Valentín Suárez) suggests that fútbol clubs and police will work together to ensure greater vigilance at stadiums.
The prosecution of Peronist officials is well under way with Carlos Aloé and Ramón Cereijo under investigation. The article never mentions "Perón" or "Peronism" by name. Among the noteworthy items is that thousands of people stood outside the…
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