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ARGENTINE SUPERLIGA

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
8 Argentinos 12 3 9 39
9 River 11 5 8 38
10 Def. y Jus. 11 5 8 38
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Argentina's FA to monitor youth player boarding houses following sex abuse allegations at clubs

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina -- Argentina's Football Association said Wednesday that it will closely monitor boarding houses where youth players live following a sex abuse scandal involving minors at two of the country's most popular and powerful clubs.

River Plate said earlier this week that it will collaborate with authorities after a local NGO reported minors were allegedly abused in the club's youth divisions from 2004-11. The abuse accusations come just days after police arrested a referee for his...

River Plate to collaborate with authorities after abuse allegations

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina -- River Plate say they will collaborate with authorities after a local NGO reported minors were allegedly abused in the club's youth divisions.

The AVIVI Association for Victims of Rape made a formal complaint before a local prosecutor on Monday. AVIVI said the three minors were allegedly abused from 2004-11.

Argentina's La Nacion newspaper reported the complaint was based on information provided by an unnamed doctor who worked at the club for several years.

Officials at...

 By Chris Wright

River Plate keeper Franco Armani wears Burger King crown after Super Cup win

River Plate mustered a 2-0 victory over eternal rivals Boca Juniors to secure their first ever Argentinian Super Cup title on Wednesday night.

After successfully preserving a clean sheet thanks to a number of impressive saves, River goalkeeper Franco Armani was crowned Man of the Match.

The award was sponsored by Burger King, meaning that the 31-year-old stopper was forced to undergo a coronation live on air after the full-time whistle.

Can't you just tell he's thrilled to have to don his little...

 By Tim Vickery

Franco Armani, Juan Quintero bring World Cup intrigue to River Plate

Keeper Franco Armani, a favorite at Atletico Nacional before arriving at River Plate, could get a look from Argentina's World Cup side.

Nearly 70 years ago, the great Alfredo Di Stefano left Buenos Aires giants River Plate and headed north to Colombia to play for Millonarios of Bogota. It was an important stage of a career that then took him to Real Madrid, where, as the European Cup (now Champions League) was launched, he became perhaps the most influential player European club football has ever seen. Now Colombia is returning the favour. Two of the most intriguing imports to Argentine football this year are a couple of River Plate...

Javier Mascherano wants River Plate return, doesn't want to make promises

ESPN FC's La Liga expert Sid Lowe assesses Barcelona's start to the season and the reasons behind Luis Suarez's struggles.

Barcelona's Javier Mascherano wants to return to River Plate before his playing days are over but is wary of making a promise he cannot keep.

Mascherano has already said he will retire from international football with Argentina after next year's World Cup and, after two summers of uncertainty, he may finally decide to leave Barcelona at the end of the current campaign, too, despite having a contract at the Camp Nou until 2019.

The 33-year-old began his career with River, before moving to Corinthians,...