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Sunday, December 19, 2010

Buenos Aires Hash House Harriers Dec 19th 2010 xmas run

7:44 AM John Boyle
Calling all Festive Hashers,




Give your turkey a good stuffing, polish your ballballs, lay a log by the fire and clean your sack - its almost Christmas and the Xmas Hash is here!!!!!!!!!! Get ready for a fat old man to break into your house and sneak into your bedroom saying he wants to give you one - yes Pedro, aka Shrinking Dick, is back in town and might show up at the Hash - you have been warned!!!!!



Date - Sunday 19th December

Time 4.00pm - prompt run at 4.30

Venue - San Isidro, Jose Penna 1028



Bring: mug, plate, knife, fork, Christmas hat or clothing



Cost: $25



Extra News: the new official 2011 Hash t-shirt will be available for the first time on Sunday!!!!!!!!!







Directions

Train

From Retiro on Mitre line towards Tigre.

Get off at San Isidro, cross tracks and head up Calle Belgrano. After 3 blocks at the mastil fork off left, on 9 de Julio, walking 4 blocks and crossing 25 de Mayo until you come to Plaza in front of cathedral. Cross plaza and down hill to calle Lasalle. Turn left, 1 1/2 blocks to Primera Junta, turn right and cross Tren de la Costa tracks. Three blocks to Caseros. Turn left, 3 block to Jose Penna, right half block, house on left.



Car

From Centro head up Libertador for northern suburbs. Through Olivos, Martinez, Acasuso, to San Isidro. Pass cathderal and plaza on your right. Two more blocks to T juntion on Primera Junta, turn right, cross rail tracks. Three blocks to Caseros. Turn left, 3 block to Jose Penna, right half block, house on left.

Monday, December 13, 2010

Shock As Tevez Demands City Exit

11:34 AM John Boyle
Manchester City consider options as Tevez insists on leaving


Argentina Star

Monday 13th December, 2010

(IANS)

Tevez Says he wishes to return to Argentina, But no club in Argentina could afford to buy him or pay his wages.
Man City will not srite off their huge investment in him ,so the stand off is about to begin.







Manchester City were pondering their next move Monday morning after their Argentine forward Carlos Tevez insisted he would leave the club.



The 26-year-old, who has been one of City's best players this season, handed in a transfer request, saying that relations with 'certain executives' at the club have 'broken down beyond repair'.



The big-spending club has rejected the request, saying that he should fulfil his contract, which still has three-and-a-half years to run.



But Tevez, who is reportedly determined to return to Argentina to be closer to his family, said he had no problem with manager Roberto Mancini but that he has to leave.



'It is something I have felt for some time and have spent many hours thinking this through,' he said in a statement.



'I hugely resent suggestions that I have been unduly influenced by others. I wanted to leave in the summer, but was convinced to return.



'Sadly, my feelings have not changed,' Tevez said.



'I am disappointed that the management should now see fit to try to portray the situation in another light.



'My relationship with certain executives and individuals at the club has broken down and is now beyond repair. I do not wish to expand on this at this stage. They know, because I have told them,' Tevez added.



In a separate statement, City said they were disappointed by Tevez's actions and that the transfer request had immediately been rejected.



'This is both an unfortunate and unwelcome distraction, and the club will remain focused on the games ahead in what is turning out to be a very promising season,' the club said.
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