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Soccer clubs in Argentina are now required to provide detailed reports on any transactions in an effort to prevent money laundering.
Thousands of soccer fans in Argentina will be able to support their teams at away matches for the first time in four years after the Argentine Football Association lifted a ban on visitors in the lower leagues.
The mayhem that swept River Plate's stadium following the famed soccer club's relegation to the second division left 89 people injured and is threatening the upcoming Copa America tournament.
Former Argentina teammates of Diego Maradona back his claims that there were no drug tests before a World Cup playoff with Australia in 1993. They also say they had no knowledge of receiving performance-enhancing drugs.
Diego Maradona was given the boot as Argentina's soccer coach before he could resign.
Diego Maradona is out as Argentina's soccer coach.
Argentina's soccer federation has asked Diego Maradona to replace most of his staff, jeopardizing his future as coach of the national team, members of the federation's executive committee said Tuesday.
Diego Maradona will reportedly remain as coach of Argentina's national team, a decision he is expected to announce next week after meeting with Argentine Football Association president Julio Grondona.