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Boca Juniors' La Bombonera stadium briefly evacuated after bomb scare

Boca Juniors fans at La Bombonera stadium.
Boca Juniors fans at La Bombonera stadium.

Boca Juniors' La Bombonera stadium and its vicinity was briefly evacuated on Sunday lunchtime due to a bomb scare.

Later confirmed as a false alarm, Argentine newspaper Ole had earlier reported all activities at the stadium and at the Boca Juniors complex had been cancelled.

Police squads with dogs were seen making checks, firefighters arrived and bomb experts were called to La Bombonera before it was confirmed that there was no threat.

Boca Juniors' women's team were due to play River Plate women...

Boca Juniors return from Shanghai very difficult, says Carlos Tevez

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Carlos Tevez signed a two-year deal with Shanghai Shenhua.

Carlos Tevez admitted the possibility of playing once again for Boca Juniors "is very difficult" ahead of the veteran forward's return to Chinese side Shanghai Shenhua.

The 33-year-old ended his second spell at Boca in December when he signed a two-year offer with the Chinese Super League outfit. Tevez, who has been recovering from a calf injury in his native Argentina, sat with his youngest son, Lito Jr., in one of the official boxes at La Bombonera on Sunday to watch his former club win their...

Atletico Madrid close to deal for Racing Club's Lautaro Martinez - agent

Lautaro Martinez is almost certain to join Atletico Madrid, his agent has said.

Atletico Madrid are closing in on the signing of Argentina under-20 striker Lautaro Martinez from Racing Club, his agent has said.

Rolando Zarate said Racing had accepted an €11 million offer for the 20-year-old -- €2m higher than his buyout clause.

However, Martinez will not arrive at Atletico until next summer after asking to stay for another season at Racing.

"There is a 99 percent chance that the deal will be done," Zarate told Fox Sports Argentina.

"Lautaro asked us expressly for...

Mauricio Pochettino hopes to coach Newell's Old Boys and Argentina

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has told TyC Sports he would one day like to coach Newell's Old Boys, the club where he started his playing career, and the Argentina national team in the future.

Pochettino joined Newell's as a teenager after the club's then-manager Marcelo Bielsa travelled to his hometown and, the story goes, inspected the youngster's legs in the dead of night.

He played for the club for five years before moving to Espanyol in 1994, and the 45-year-old has spent the rest of...