England's National Team Head Coach, Roy Hodgson, is Critical of the FA's Deal With the NFL

Euro 2016 News: England Coach Roy Hodgson Angry With NFL's UK Schedule

England's national team head coach, Roy Hodgson, has been very critical of English Football Association (FA) for scheduling National Football League (NFL) games prior to his team's Euro 2016 qualifier games.
Eduardo Vargas of Chile National Team

Chile Faces Bolivia in International Friendly Soccer Match

The 2014 FIFA World Cup may be over, but soccer fans can still watch their favorite national teams play. Chile and Bolivia will play one another in an international friendly exhibition in Antofagasta, Chile.
Lionel Messi, Argentina Hope For Victory Against Brazil in International Friendly Game

Brazil Faces Argentina in International Friendly Soccer Match

Argentina and Brazil square off in an international friendly between one another. This South American soccer rivalry dates very far back. Latin Post.com previews the game and predicts a winner.
English Premier League, FIFA, & UEFA Enacting New Concussion Rules

Soccer: EPL, FIFA & UEFA All Implementing New Concussion Rules

With concerns over how concussions were handled in the 2014 World Cup, the English Premier League (EPL), UEFA, and FIFA are implementing new protocols over how to handle head injuries.
Argentina's 'Wild Tales' A Front-Runner? Antonio Banderas to Be Honored

Oscar 2015 Best Foreign Film Predictions: Argentina Joins the Race with 'Wild Tales'; Russia Submits 'Leviathan'

"Wild Tales" is Argentina's 2015 Oscars selection among the new nations meeting the Best Foreign Film category submission deadline recently. The film premiered at the Cannes Film Festival and later played at the Telluride and Toronto Film Festivals where it became the a huge hit. Will it win the Academy Award for Argentina?
Roberto DeVicenzo was the first male golfer to win a major championship

Hispanic Heritage Month: A Look Back at Latin America's Success at Golf's Biggest Tournaments

Hispanic Heritage Month is here and Latin Post.com is honoring many notable Latin American athletes who made their place in sports history. Here, we take a look at how Argentina is by far the most successful South American
Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber Discusses Future of MLS, Soccer in U.S.

Sports Business: MLS Looks to Leverage 2014 World Cup to Grow League's, Soccer's Popularity

Capitalizing on a surprisingly good run by the Unites States Men's National Team (USMNT) in the 2014 World Cup, as well the recording-breaking ratings for ESPN and Univision, United States Soccer Federation President Sunil Gulati and Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber discuss the future of MLS and soccer future during Bloomberg Sports Business Summit.
Argentina

Copa America 2015: Is Argentina the Top Contender After 4-2 Win Vs. Germany?

Anytime your roster includes the names Lionel Messi, Angel Di Maria, Sergio Aguero, Gonzalo Higuain, Pablo Zabaletta, Javier Mascherano and Ezequiel Lavezzi, you are expected to be a top contender. But is Argentina the top team among the 2015 Copa America teams and groups?
Argentina Shines in World Cup Rematch Win Over Germany

Germany vs. Argentina Rematch, Analysis: Observations from Angel Di Maria & Argentina's Vengeance

Germany and Argentina faced off in Dusseldorf in a rematch of the World Cup Final on Wednesday. The match was the first international friendly for both clubs since their meeting in the Maracana back on July 13. Ironically, this game had already been scheduled prior to the championship game and was supposed to be Germany's big chance to hoist the trophy in front of its fans. But instead, it was Argentina that got a chance to exact revenge. Here are some observations from the Argentina's 4-2 win.
Alejandro Gonzalez Among Thriving Latino Tennis Players Left at 2014 U.S. Open

These Latino Tennis Stars Still Shining at 2014 U.S. Open Championship

The 2014 U.S. Open Championship is underway in Queens, New York City. The best tennis players from around the world are featured in this event. After two rounds of play, Colombian-born players are among the most successful.
Fredrico Delbonis Among Best Latino Tennis Players Remaining at 2014 U.S. Open

Latin American Tennis Players Still Alive at US Open

The first two rounds of the United States Open are complete for both the men and women. Latin Post.com views and examines the remaining players who are born in Latin American nations.
Latino Tennis Stars Making Presence Felt at 2014 US Open

A Look at Best Latin American Players to Watch at 2014 US Open

The 2014 U.S. Open is underway in New York City, and the greatest tennis players in the world will face one another for a chance to be crowned US Open Champion. This tournament has many Latin American born players, and Latin Post.com takes a look at some of the best Latino tennis stars playing at the U.S. Open.
Argentinean Director Damián Szifrón's

Oscar 2015 Predictions: Argentina, Ecuador have Contenders Among Foreign Film Category

The Foreign Film category at the Academy Awards is often one of the most intriguing due to its ability to reveal new works to viewers. However, it is always hard to predict the category this early on in the year especially when individual countries have yet to submit their films to the Academy.
Gisele striking a pose while in the beach

Rio de Janeiro, The Bahamas and Eight More Vacation Spots That Draw Hispanic Millennials

Urban areas with large Hispanic populations tend to draw more Hispanic vacationers, compared to other destinations in the U.S. And when traveling abroad, Hispanics like to go where they have a semblance of kinship and relative roots.
Bolivian President Evo Morales

Latin American Countries Criticize Israel's Actions in Gaza

Latin American countries are denouncing Israel's actions, and some countries are taking diplomatic actions to show their support for Palestinians.
Could Gerardo Martino be the Answer for Argentina's National Team?

Should Argentina National Team's New Coach be Gerardo Martino or Jose Pekerman? [Vote]

Argentinean managers Gerardo Martino and Jose Pekerman have been the two most prominent names to come up as replacements for the departed Alejandro Sabella as coach of the Argentina national team. But is either man suited for the job?
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