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PRIMERA DIVISIÓN DE ARGENTINA

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 San Lorenzo 10 2 3 32
2 Boca 9 4 2 31
3 Racing 8 6 1 30
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 By Sam Kelly

Carlos Tevez's return to Boca Juniors, Argentina's transfer coup of the year

Argentina head coach Tata Martino has admitted he tried to avoid using match winner Carlos Tevez in the penalty shootout of their Copa America quarterfinal win over Colombia.

Prodigal sons returning home are a feature of just about every Argentine transfer window, but the return of Carlos Tevez to Boca Juniors last week has been the cause of more headlines than most. Announced by Boca hours before Tevez's spot kick sent Argentina through to the Copa America semifinals after a shootout with Colombia, the move brings an end to Tevez's European career (for now, at least) and signals the only Boca foray into the transfer market that anyone really cares about.

The move itself...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Boca Juniors make Carlos Tevez signing official

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno responds to the reports suggesting Carlos Tevez's move back to Boca Juniors.
ESNFC's Mark Donaldson and Tommy Smyth separate fact from fiction in the latest round of Transfer Talk.

Boca Juniors have officially announced the signing of Argentina international Carlos Tevez.

Boca announced the deal during Argentina's Copa America quarterfinal penalty shootout victory against Colombia, in which Tevez scored the winning spot kick.

Paris Saint-Germain, Liverpool and Atletico Madrid had also been rumoured to be interested in acquiring Tevez's services but Boca have won the race for his signature.

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Carlos Tevez won't cost Boca Juniors 'one single euro,' says Angelici

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno responds to the reports suggesting Carlos Tevez's move back to Boca Juniors.
ESNFC's Mark Donaldson and Tommy Smyth separate fact from fiction in the latest round of Transfer Talk.

The return of Carlos Tevez to Boca Juniors won't cost the Argentine club "not even one euro" because the club is covering his remaining value with a percentage of young players, Boca president Daniel Angelici told ESPNFC Radio.

Angelici, who said that Tevez will be presented at his boyhood club either July 6 or 7, assured that Boca won't pay anything for Tevez.

"I said from the beginning that I wouldn't discuss the transfer until it was done and the very next day what I read in the media was that...

Brazilian federation calls for Boca Juniors match-fixing probe

CBF president Marco Polo Del Nero said the case is serious and has to be investigated.'

SAO PAULO -- Brazilian football officials have asked CONMEBOL to investigate match-fixing allegations in a 2013 Copa Libertadores game between Brazil's Corinthians and Argentina's Boca Juniors.

The Brazilian confederation (CBF) said in a statement on Thursday it requested "a rigorous investigation into the alleged irregularities" in the round of 16 match refereed by Carlos Amarilla of Paraguay.

The game ended 1-1, a result that eliminated Corinthians. The Brazilian side loudly complained, especially...