Was there ever in history of argentinian football...

Discussion in 'Argentina' started by Legionista, Jan 3, 2006.

  1. Legionista

    Legionista New Member

    Dec 12, 2005
    Warszawa/Toronto
    a player that went from River to Boca or the opposite way? Anyone betrayed his club for the most hated rival? If you know someone post names, dates etc. Thank you
     
  2. cabanes

    cabanes New Member

    Jul 15, 2005
    world citizen
    Batistuta, River (89-90), Boca (90-91)
     
  3. cabanes

    cabanes New Member

    Jul 15, 2005
    world citizen
    Caniggia! River 85-88, Boca 95-99
     
  4. SaturnX20

    SaturnX20 New Member

    Sep 15, 2004
    Toronto, Ontario
    Ruggeri de boca a River
     
  5. manyaUSA

    manyaUSA New Member

    Oct 11, 2005
    California
  6. LN-Jonas

    LN-Jonas New Member

    Nov 8, 2004
    Alexandria.VA
    .DE RIVER A BOCA

    Ricardo Zatelli, Joaquín Martínez, Juan José Pizzutti, Norberto Menéndez, Miguel Rodríguez, Marcos Zarich, José Luna, Alfredo Rojas, Jorge Fernández, Roque María Ditro, Hugo Orlando Gatti, Francisco Sá, Daniel Silguero, Carlos Morete, Osvaldo Perez, Juan José López, Carlos Barisio, Eduardo Bargas, Ernesto Mastrángelo, Aníbal Cibeyra, Carlos Salinas, Pablo Comelles, Victorio Cocco, Hugo Coscia, Carlos Tapia, Julio Olarticoechea, Claudio Caniggia, Gabriel Bastistuta, Julio Toresani, Rubén Da Silva, José Moreno, Carlos Ángel Lopez, Claudio Cabrera, Fabio Talarico, Fernando Cáceres, Fernando Gamboa, Gerardo Reinoso, Jorge Martinez y Pablo Erbín.

    DE BOCA A RIVER

    Abel Balbo, Juan Negri, Juan Barberis, Jorge Diz, Francisco Lombardo, Juan Vairo, Miguel Loayza, Rubén Galetti, Oscar Trossero, Alberto Tarantini, Carlos Randazzo, Ricardo Gareca, Oscar Ruggeri, Ramón Centurión, Rubén Gómez, Gabriel Amato, Jorge Higuaín, José Luis Villarreal, Nelson Vivas, Néstor Cedres, Sebastián Rambert, Sergio Berti, Jorge Rinaldi, Milton Melgar, Juan Amador Sánchez, Rubén Gómez y Iseo Rosello.
     
  7. astabooty

    astabooty Member

    Nov 16, 2002
    China
    Club:
    FC Barcelona
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    it is not nearly as bad when there is a gap in between. direct transfers hurt the most.
     
  8. Legionista

    Legionista New Member

    Dec 12, 2005
    Warszawa/Toronto

    Yep that was what I had in mind. Cannigia doesnt count


    p.s. Are flags of rival teams considered as tropies by the argentinian fans?
     
  9. Jay00

    Jay00 Red Card

    Dec 28, 2005
    The magical island
    That goes on no matter what country you are in.
     
  10. Legionista

    Legionista New Member

    Dec 12, 2005
    Warszawa/Toronto
    is hanging rival flags upside-down also common?
     
  11. vipnerd

    vipnerd Moderator
    Staff Member

    Nov 26, 2003
    La Mitad + Román
    Yes ... and burning them was also common, even thou since Castrilli took over of supervising safety at the stadiums has the exhibition of rival flags been prohibited as they are a provocation to violence.



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  12. Legionista

    Legionista New Member

    Dec 12, 2005
    Warszawa/Toronto
    Yep, we get the same talk in Poland but the trophies still hang on the fence. Scarves and flags still burn, people still fight but fights outside the stands are getting more popular. Too bad cuz I just love theese stadium riots ;)
     

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