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Argentinian Football’s Worst Fouls Of 2011 (Video)

By Chris Wright

In which TYC Sports collate all of the Argentinian football’s worst, most horrendous, shinbone-splintering, ankle-knackering, face-pummelling and crotch-bruising fouls from 2011 for us all to wince at in unison.

Note: the video starts with a highlight reel of a few nifty tricks and skills. The more sadistic among you will want to skip straight to the 1:40 mark – that’s when the fouling begins…

Vicious. Appaling even. And a little bit funny.

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By Chris on January 5th, 2012 in Hardmen, Injuries, South America, Videos. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

8 Responses to “Argentinian Football’s Worst Fouls Of 2011 (Video)”

  1. Joe says:

    Ahaha that’s hardcore!! But I was shocked by the amount of yellows given instead of red!!

  2. Guero says:

    That’s the catch to Fútbol Argentino, anybody can give you a swift and lethal ‘patada.’ What the league can’t provide in aesthetic play, they sure do make up for with vicious tackles. My favorite is at the 6:13 mark. being a River fan I just enjoy fouls on Boca.

  3. Murray says:

    1:01–Man U played Chelsea in Argentina?

  4. Redskywalker says:

    Freakin ‘ell, They’re a regular bunch of sneaky Ben Thatchers!

    The leg break at the end looked horrendous

  5. Gaz says:

    3mins20 is my fav, how is that not a red card?

  6. The Argentinean game has always been this way; 1967 shows that this is not a new thing:

  7. Madjair says:

    Shocking but awesome.

  8. Nuno says:

    I prefer the one at 6m25s. That is just an assault, no intention at all to play the ball, and a kick from behind. What else is needed?

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