Buenos Aires - - Monday 17 De May

Home People Sports Popular Creativity: Volume II

Popular Creativity: Volume II

The most beautiful insults heard in Argentine football.


Líneman! (which is pronounced “láinman”) The 11 was ahead of Pedro de Mendoza! Leave it on the floor to that one, that crap is fertilizer for the grass. Limit your feet, Batistuta, starving. (This is said to have heard in La Boca Circa 1990, which shows that no footballer is exempt from this type of comment.) What did you hit him with, Marcico? With varicose veins? What are you scratching your ass with, Marchesin? With your feet? Fucking manco! Griguol! You take out Tirón and get Cramp! Who are you playing for? Visiting Central: You have less mark than Once, dead! “Let them step on it, step on it!“shouted the river plateist when the injured cart approached Toresani, who was lying on the grass. (It is not less than the detail that Toresani played for River). Eleven! You have less surprise than an open kindergarten! Balbo, when you can tell your body that you haven't retired yet. Zapata if you go up, bring it to Papa who got lost up there. (Nobility obliges, Emiliano Papa seems to me a terribly underestimated player. I think it's one of the top scoreboards in the history of Argentine football, I don't understand why it went so unnoticed. What yes, it is true, sometimes it went up and did not go down.) Riquelme, unhook the trailer! (I find it very funny, that's why I include it on this list. But not without clarifying that Román is one of the great players in the history of football no longer Argentine but worldwide). Matellan, what do you have in your veins? Did I levitate apple? Ubeda, you're not gonna get a ticket if you run, hey! Ortigoza, I call the Cuckoo, says they get together on Friday. Patiñoooo, you're uglier than a Twingo! Meijide, son of solar radiation! (Please, after reading this, search for a photo of Meijide on Google. I did it and it was one of the funniest experiences of my life.)

Publication Date: 10/08/2018

Rate this item



I wrote! Reader Notes

Go to section


There are not comments

Leave feedback


Argentines around the world
nahuel clandestino Meet Neuquino Nahue Clandestino and his experience around the globe as a recycling entrepreneur

The young man from Cutral Có tells us how it was like to travel the world working with recycling pro...

Health and Esthetics
Vida de Yoguini - Power Yoga de 40 minutos 40 minutes of dynamic yoga

Today Patrizia brings us a little longer practice, so that we work the whole body. Make a space in y...

 Fiesta Regional de Gato y Mancha The feast that honors two horses

In 1925, the Gato and Mancha horses joined Buenos Aires with New York. In honor of them, in Chubut a...

Argentines around the world
Pablo Lamelas The doctor who had everything in Canada, but wanted to return

Paul is a great Rosarino cardiologist. Very required in Canada, it does not change his hometown.



I want to be up to date

Subscribe to our newsletter and I received the latest news