Episode 11: Argentine club ownership, racism, & Agüero’s national team issues

18 Mar

In the eleventh episode of Hand Of Pod, Sam, Seba and English Dan discuss the last decade or so of Racing Club’s history, and what it says about club ownership issues in Argentina. They also tackle the thorny issue of racism in the country’s stadia, and talk about some of the possible reasons for Sergio Agüero being overlooked again by national team manager Sergio Batista. Aussie Dan, a.k.a. Mystic Dan, is off getting drunk in Mendoza this week, but managed to put down his wine glass for long enough to send us his predictions for the coming weekend. And Zombie is as distracting and irritating as ever.

Listen or download right here on the blog, or subscribe to us on iTunes for your regular fix. And don’t forget Mystic Dan’s predictions can be found below the ‘Continue reading’ line.

Mystic Dan’s predictions
Gimnasia La Plata vs Tigre
All Boys vs Colón
Godoy Cruz vs Lanús
Quilmes vs Independiente
Arsenal vs River
Newell’s vs Argentinos
Vélez vs San Lorenzo
Racing vs Estudiantes
Boca vs Olimpo
Banfield vs Huracán

Teams in bold are Dan’s predicted winners. If neither side is listed in bold, he’s predicting a draw.

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2 Responses to “Episode 11: Argentine club ownership, racism, & Agüero’s national team issues”

  1. pegamequemegusta 19 March, 2011 at 12:38 am #

    Excellent, except for the Mardel bashing. Expect a representative of the Mafia hotelera marplatense at your door soon, Mr Bowie.

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    […] Listen or download right here on the blog, or subscribe to us on iTunes for your regular fix. And don’t forget Mystic Dan’s predictions can be found over on the HOP website. […]

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