Tag Archives: Boca Juniors

The Daily Drool: Nahitan Nández

18 Jul

Midfielder Nahitan currently plays for Boca Juniors. He has represented Uruguay at the U20 and senior levels.

The Daily Drool: Wilmar Barrios

18 Jul

Defensive midfielder Wilmar currently plays for Boca Juniors but is expected to make a move to the EPL in January (Chelsea and Tottenham are fighting over him).  He has represented Colombia at the Olympic and senior levels.

The Daily Drool: Fernando Gago

28 Jul

fernando gagoHuh, Gago looks tons better than when he played with us (remember this hair?).  I realize it’s a fashion shoot but mad props, they made him look tasty and I never thought that before. The defensive midfielder now plays for Boca Juniors. He has represented Argentina at the U20, Olympic and senior levels.

The Daily Drool: Facundo Roncaglia

10 Aug

Argentine defender Facundo began his career at Boca Juniors in the Primera Division in 2007. He had loan periods in La Liga’s Espanyol and the Primera Division’s Estudiantes. He has just joined Serie A side Fiorentina.


The Daily Drool: Nicolás Blandi

28 Jun

Striker Nicolas currently plays for Boca Juniors in the Argentine Primera Division. He’s a mere 22 so we’ll be seeing more of him!

The Daily Drool: Champions League Group B: Walter Samuel

8 Nov

Hardass defender Walter has been a mainstay at Inter Milan since 2005. Prior to that, he spent a year with Real Madrid. (He’s also played for Roma, Boca Juniors and Newell’s Old Boys). He has made 56 appearances for the Argentinean National Team since 1999. Look at those eyes!

The Daily Drool: Martin Palermo

6 Aug

Although he officially retired in June, we’ve gotta give it up for Martin Palermo. He loves to yell and take off his shirt. Every picture seems to have him doing these two things.  And his nickname is Loco. You gotta love that. The Argentine center forward played for Estudiantes (1992-1997) and Boca Juniors (1997-2000) before taking off for Spain. He spent from 2001-2004 there playing for Villareal, Betis and Alaves. He returned to Boca Juniors for the rest of his career (2004-2011).  In his pro career he played 506 matches and score 276 goals. He made 15 appearances for the Argentine National Team between 1999-2010 scoring 9 goals.