Category: Copa America

June 27, 2016 / / Analysis
June 11, 2016 / / Analysis
June 14, 2015 / / Analysis

The Copa America match that featured Argentina vs Paraguay was, for this neutral, endlessly fascinating throughout, and entertaining after the final result.

After the match, of course, it was the expected, “Tata Martino screwed up.” But a very interesting Tweet from a pair of hyper-intelligent minds (and BFB mods) got me to thinking:

“What really gets me about the last 10 years as an Argentina supporter is the repeated self-sabotage. Bad subs, Maradona, the Tevez issue …”

And the reply:

“Is there a common denominator, or just history repeating? Different coaches, different players, similar patterns.”

July 17, 2011 / / Copa America

Join now! And tell me the starting Xls while you’re at it. Chile – Venezuela

July 16, 2011 / / Copa America

It’s on like Tron. Let’s do this, Messi–err, Argentina! Argentina vs Uruguay

July 12, 2011 / / Copa America

Today, regardless of afflilation (unless you’re Costa Rican in which case I understand but you’re still The Enemy so you can just sit in the naughty corner over there wherever you are), we stand by Messina…! Argentileo…? WHATEVER. It’s Leo Messi Doomsday: Argentina Copa America Riot style ft. some sMasching. Kids should stay home and play with their Legos and Yaya action figures. The rest of us? Let’s do this.

July 8, 2011 / / Copa America
June 30, 2011 / / Copa America