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As one of the first years of Boca Juniors under Alberto Armando, this letter provides some insight into the priorities of the club at the outset of an era focused on increasing spectacle amid dwindling attendance.
River Plate, like many larger clubs, came under scrutiny after the fall of Perón. Here, River shows that all their records and club matters are in order and ask for a return to normalcy in AFA.
The re-election of Raul Colombo as AFA President also shows Mundo Deportivo that the organization is full of the vices of Argentine soccer: its own survival and parasites.
By focusing on athleticism and training, no criticism is leveld at the style of polay of the Argentine player. 'Simply work harder' is the common lesson learned from 1958.
The idea of a commission to investigate responsibilities and determine actions is welcomes in light of 1958.
Citing the successful models in Europe these two officials look at needed reforms for the upcoming season in Argentine soccer as a good step towards dealing with loss of revenue. One change was to ensure than no more than one 'clásico' is held on a…
The harassing of referees, presence of fans on the field, gas canisters and hoses aimed at hinchas, and other routine incidents call for a reform structure and morality in Argentine soccer.
Helpful article in determining what is a 'revolution' and what is aimed at changing.
Building to a head all year, the magazine simply wants a total overhaul of the team. The following week's cover headline read '¡Otro año al tacho de basura!' [note: River is in 3rd place]
Liberti was to River Plate what Santiago Bernabeu was to Real Madrid: iconic Presidents deeply tied to the history and identity of a club. His forced resignation shows that the clamor by fans, driven by magazines like River, affected the club's…
Looks at the new youth national team, whose goal is to produce the basis for the 1970 World Cup team
The article suggests that opposition to Peron had been brewing for 10 years and that the eventual overthrow, and subsequent transition period, shows many of the tactics Peron employed
Frondizi and Cipriano Reyes are two of the key figures emerging in the political arena after Peron's fall
"Don't rush to judgement" seems to be a recurring opinion in this piece, which labels the two-month period after Peron's fall as a revolutionary age (the same term Peronists applied to the preceeding 10 years)
After the fall of Peron, an open debate emerged about the university system

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