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PostSubject: Argentina: Incidents    Wed 03 Aug 2011, 21:01



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PostSubject: Re: Argentina: Incidents    Wed 03 Aug 2011, 22:27

Last week, the AFA (Argentine Football Association) confirmed it would change the system of Argentina's first division for the season 2012/2013, so that instead of 20 teams were to have 38 (so almost all the teams of the second division go to become part of the first) divided into two zones. This caused anger in many people because it was a clear measure to make River Plate back to first division, for leave out of danger of relegation to the other big teams of Argentina (Independiente, Boca Juniors, San Lorenzo de Almagro and Racing), which are some committed to the fight to avoid relegation; and is something that would completely undermine the Argentine football, something embarrassing.

Then, supporters of many teams organized protests in various cities across the country on Tuesday, August 2, at 19 hours, and the main was to be in Buenos Aires at the AFA headquarters. A day before the protests, the president of the AFA announced that reversed with the project to change the system of Argentine football, which made far fewer people go to protest the next day. In the main protest (in Buenos Aires) some demonstrators started throwing some bottles at the police, but nothing else happened, they were minor incidents.

Another thing that was to claim is the resignation of the president of AFA (Julio Grondona), a mobster who is in that post from 1979 (which is unprecedented) and has great responsibility in the crisis of the Argentine clubs.

By the time the protest started, all the authorities of the AFA had already left the headquarter.
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PostSubject: Re: Argentina: Incidents    Wed 03 Aug 2011, 23:13

Thanks for info, but merging 2 divisions, should be kind of a good thing for football, not in this case

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PostSubject: Re: Argentina: Incidents    Wed 03 Aug 2011, 23:37

The FIFA recommends that the first divisions of all countries have 20 teams.

Countries that do not comply with it are usually small (or are countries where the football is not very popular or important), which have fewer teams in each division, but here are plenty of teams (more than 3000).
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PostSubject: Re: Argentina: Incidents    Thu 04 Aug 2011, 13:04

Surely River should take their medicine here...............a season in the Segunda will surely do them no harm in the long run, seeing as they havent been good enough to survive in the Primera.
Bad form by the AFA, but it wouldnt be the first association to bend the rules to accomodate its top sides, didnt CBF do something similar a few years back to keep Fluminese in the top flight??
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