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2000, (22 years old JRR), Primera League, vs Velez Sarsfield, home

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Post by guest_07 on Tue May 21, 2019 2:52 am

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2005, 27 years old JRR, Champions League, 3rd Round Qualifying, vs Everton, 2nd leg, home


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Post by futbol on Wed May 22, 2019 9:18 am

Always a pleasure.

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Post by guest_07 on Fri Jul 05, 2019 9:19 am

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Post by guest_07 on Mon Dec 09, 2019 2:35 am

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Boca legend Riquelme shakes up club’s elections

Dynasty first formed when Macri came to the Xeneize presidency in 1995 is under threat, after retired playmaker jumps into club politics.

soon to be ex-President Mauricio Macri thought that the worst had already passed for him in Argentina’s nightmare 2019, he was sorely mistaken.

The Cambiemos leader has already seen his re-election bid fail and the behemoth, crucial Buenos Aires Province fall back into Peronist hands over the last month; now he risks seeing his allies lose control of his beloved Boca Juniors.

In the Bombonera, as in Argentina, the parallels are impossible to avoid. A mercurial figure whose every public appearance invites comment, who makes the headlines with every word that comes out of their mouth, boosting the opposition with their presence not as a presidential challenger, but further down the list. Just as Cristina Fernández de Kirchner placed in check the entire Macri administration with her endorsement of Alberto Fernández, so has the unique Juan Román Riquelme made his move, accepting the second vicepresidential slot on a ticket headed by former chief Jorge Amor Ameal. Boca’s elections just got very interesting, indeed.

‘THE FOOTBALL SIDE’

“After the final in Madrid, my mind was changed because my son Agustín asked me to go back to the club,” Riquelme told Fox Sports in an explosive interview on Wednesday. “I hope I can help the institution to win again and Agustín to celebrate once more.”

He went on: “Clearly I am not ready to be president right now, but we will see in four years, and both Jorge and Mario [Pergolini, first vice-presidential candidate] will help me in that sense. If the people vote for us, I will take care of the football side.”

That last comment could not fail to hit its mark. First under Macri, and for the last eight years under Daniel Angelici, Boca have consolidated their position as Argentina’s biggest football powerhouse. No other side – not even River Plate – comes close to matching the revenues or budget surplus generated by the Xeneize machine, a factor that has allowed the club to spend a small fortune on squad improvements in the quest for glory.

But those encouraging account numbers are no substitute for titles, and that is where Angelici has fallen short. The burly ex-bingo hall impresario –and Macri’s alleged wheelerdealer in the murky world of the Argentine justice system – told fans in 2011 to “have your passport ready. We’ll take care of the rest,” an allusion to an imminent return to success in the Copa Libertadores and globe-trotting adventures competing for the Club World Cup.

Reality, though, has fallen short of expectations. Boca have failed to break a Copa drought which stretches back to that Riquelme-inspired campaign of 2007, falling short twice in the semi-final and, most painfully, losing to their arch-rivals last year on the unfa milia r stage of Madrid’s Bernabeu.

While River gear up for what could be their third Libertadores title in five years today against Flamengo, the Xeneize can only watch on from afar, while internal politics dominates club headlines.

NO BINARY CHOICE

December 8’s elections cannot be boiled down, as some might wish, to a simple Macri/ anti-Macri binary choice. Media personality Pergolini, for one, has been vocal in his support of the current presidency over the last four years, while Ameal was his chosen successor in 2007 upon taking up the post of Buenos Aires City mayor and leaving the Bombonera hotseat.

Indeed, up until last week Riquelme was in active talks with figures across the Boca arc, including Angelici and his anointed heir Christian Grimaudo. But should the club legend help Ameal across the line – by no means guaranteed given the immense resources at the disposal of the incumbent administration – it would indeed signal the end of an era in the south of Argentina’s capital.

A dynasty that was formed when Macri first came to the presidency way back in 1995 and oversaw Boca’s most successful period in history is now creaking, and might just go the same way as Argentina and Buenos Aires Province before the year is out.

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Post by guest_07 on Tue Dec 10, 2019 6:34 am

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Riquelme beats Maradona
as Boca Juniors elect new presiden
t


Ticket headed by Jorge Ameal wins 52.8 percent of the vote from Boca's 84,000 members, bringing legendary playmaker into the Xeneize's hierarchy.

Former Argentina playmaker Juan Román Riquelme has won a three-way battle with bitter rival Diego Maradona and Gabriel Batistuta after his group won the elections at Boca Juniors, striking a big blow against his old foe Maradona.

The list headed by Jorge Ameal, who was club president between 2008 and 2011, won 52.8 percent of the vote from Boca's 84,000 members, bringing Riquelme into the 33-time Argentine champions' hierarchy.

The 41-year-old stood alongside Ameal as prospective second vice-president and helped see off the faction supported by Maradona and outgoing president Mauricio Macri, which was led by Christian Gribaldo and only gathered 30.6 percent of the vote.

The list supported by Batistuta came in a distant third with 16.1 percent.

"It was a big party. Our fans voted for the love of the club colours, I'm satisfied," said Riquelme after his side's victory.

There has been bad blood between the pair since Riquelme snubbed Maradona, then Argentina's coach, by refusing to come out of retirement for the 2010 World Cup, making it clear the refusal was personal.

Maradona, who is a hero in Argentina but won little with Boca, warned fans against voting for Riquelme's faction, saying results would worsen on the pitch.

There was also a concerted effort by the previous club administration, backed by Macri, to block out Riquelme's presence in the campaigning.

A photo showing him wearing the Boca number 10 was banned from the ballot paper, and the club warned fans ahead of election day that anyone wearing a Riquelme T-shirt would not be allowed to vote at the club's La Bombonera stadium.

However Riquelme's support was key to Ameal's victory as a highly successful playmaker for the capital city club.

He scored three times in the 5-0 aggregate win over Grêmio to win their last Copa Libertadores in 2007, Riquelme's third for the club and Boca's sixth overall.

Boca reached the Libertadores final again last year only to lose to fierce rivals River Plate in a controversial final that saw the second leg moved to Madrid following fan trouble. River also eliminated Boca in this year's semi-finals.

The new board's priority will be to bring back the international lustre that Riquelme experienced as a player for one of South America's biggest clubs.

The loss was second defeat for Macri in less than two months. He was Boca president from 1995 to 2006 and used that as a springboard to nationwide political success.

He became president of Argentina in 2015 as the head of Cambiemos, but his rule will end on December 10 after losing October's presidential elections to Peronist leader Alberto Fernandez.

Alfaro resigns as club coach

Gustavo Alfaro on Sunday night announced his resignation as Xeneize coach, after Boca slumped to a  1-0 defeat against Rosario Central in the Superliga.

Prior to the match, Alfaro had already talked about the "end of a process" and after the defeat he insisted that "I'm going quietly, it was a difficult year.

Alfaro's position was already in jeopardy after Boca lost the semi-final of the Copa Libertadores to arch-rivals River Plate. Since then, the club have been in poor form.

Alfaro arrived at Boca in January earlier this year, replacing Guillermo Barros Schelotto

In his time with the club, Alfaro led Boca for 50 games, with a balance of 27 wins, 16 draws and just 7 losses.

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Post by BarrileteCosmico on Tue Dec 10, 2019 1:46 pm

They voted in the president that ruined them economically Laughing

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Post by guest_07 on Mon Dec 30, 2019 3:05 am

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The highlights of his performance
during farewell match
for Diego Forlan
(28-12-2019),

when he was already 41 years old (retired).


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Post by guest_07 on Wed Mar 11, 2020 3:31 am

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Boca Juniors:
Tévez goal secures title win as River Plate draw


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Post by Perucho21 on Wed Mar 11, 2020 7:32 am

The reactions from River fans were funny to watch

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