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PRIMERA DIVISIÓN DE ARGENTINA

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Boca 9 4 1 31
2 Newell's 8 4 2 28
3 San Lorenzo 8 4 2 28
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Shanghai Shenhua's Carlos Tevez plays down highest-paid player reports

Jason Dasey and Tampines Rovers striker Fazrul Nawaz discuss the impact Carlos Tevez and Oscar can have on Asian football.
Don Hutchison has expressed that Carlos Tevez's move to China makes perfect sense and the move may become a new trend.
Craig Burley says regardless if Carlos Tevez moves to the Chinese Super League, he's not watching.
The FC crew react to reports John Obi Mikel and Carlos Tevez could both be on their way to the Chinese Super League.

Carlos Tevez has denied reports he has become the world's highest-paid player following his move to Shanghai Shenhua, although the striker has not disclosed how much he will earn during his two-year contract with the Chinese Super League side.

It was initially reported that Tevez would earn €40m per year as part of his move to China from Boca Juniors, but it was later reported the entire deal was worth that sum in total.

The former Manchester United and Juventus striker denied...

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Carlos Tevez will be under pressure for Shanghai debut - Gus Poyet

Oscar insists he's delighted with his move to big-spending Chinese Super League side Shanghai SIPG.
Jason Dasey and Tampines Rovers striker Fazrul Nawaz discuss the impact Carlos Tevez and Oscar can have on Asian football.

Shanghai Shenhua coach Gustavo Poyet said that the club will officially present striker Carlos Tevez to fans on Saturday as the club prepare for a key Asian Champions League group-phase qualifier on Feb. 8.

Tevez, 32, joined Shangai on a two-year contract from Boca Juniors for a fee of £9 million, and while it was initially said he would be paid world-high wages of £615,000 a week to make the move, reports in China say it will be significantly less.

Tevez was mobbed by hundreds of fans...

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Mauro Biello expects Ignacio Piatti to return to Montreal Impact

Ignacio Piatti
Ignacio Piatti has been linked to a move to Boca Juniors.

Montreal Impact coach Mauro Biello expects midfielder Ignacio Piatti to be in camp ahead of the 2017 season amid transfer speculation.

Piatti has been linked this winter to a return to his native Argentina and a move to Boca Juniors.

Biello confirmed there have been inquiries for the 31-year-old, but said any news of the designated player's departure are still just "rumors" at this time.

"Piatti is with us and as of right now, he's under contract and he's a member of the Montreal Impact," Biello...

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Former Paraguay, New York Cosmos striker Roberto Cabanas dies at 55

Roberto Cabanas starred for the New York Cosmos in the 1980s

Former Paraguay striker Roberto Cabanas died on Monday in Asuncion. He was 55.

Valerio Cabanas, the brother of the deceased, said the cause of death was a heart attack.

Cabanas, a member of Paraguay's 1986 World Cup team, played for local club Cerro Porteno before becoming a regular with the New York Cosmos in the early 1980s.

He also played for French clubs Brest and Lyon, Colombia's America, and Argentina's Boca Juniors.

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Argentina coach Edgardo Bauza hoped Carlos Tevez would stay at Boca

Don Hutchison has expressed that Carlos Tevez's move to China makes perfect sense and the move may become a new trend.
Patrice Evra is back at it again, CR7 adds another trophy to his collection and more in The Sweeper.

Argentina coach Edgardo Bauza has said he had hoped forward Carlos Tevez would stay with Boca Juniors rather than moving to Chinese Super League club Shanghai Shenhua.

Bauza said he would not rule out former Manchester United, Manchester City and Juventus star Tevez from his plans for the World Cup qualifiers and told Radio Continental: "I would have liked him to continue in Argentina.

"I am going to follow Tevez because I've always kept him in mind. He raised the level, he's capable of anything."

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