October 24, 2020
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Julio Muñoz

Julio Muñoz

Journalist, specialist in international football and retro. I write in Colgadosporelfutbol.com and you can follow me at @ juliomv1982

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    Edgar

    En Paraguay también existe un River Plate….y actualmente está jugando en la catégoria principal. Founded in 1911, es mucho más antigua que su homónimo de Uruguay..El que posteo esto lo dejó de lado sin siquiera darle mención alguna….Pero tú dices que el River uruguayo es mucho más antiguo que el argentino y yo no sé si eso es correcto, ya que el equipo de los millonarios fué fundado en 1901 y el otro en 1932.

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    Nestor Carballo

    There is also Hurricane Diving in Montevideo. Another case is Montevideo Wanderers of Uruguay, Chile Santiago Wanderers and Bolton Wanderers of England.
    In addition there Albion in Uruguay and England.
    And recently I discovered that there Corinthians in Brazil and England.

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    Juan

    Very good post but I wish you could fix this: the team is not called Independiente Medellin, It is not equal to Independiente de Avellaneda, The team is called Medellin and Deportivo Independiente Medellin or called DIM, more never Independent, That would be like calling the Club Atletico River Plate “Athletic” or say Real Madrid.

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    Ruben Boschetti

    I live in the city of Salto, Uruguay and here's a picture also called Barcelona and particularity is that the Barcelona of Spain has collaborated with sending shirts and help this team. It is a very humble box, working people and worth highlighting that, a world power work with a humble picture of a small town of just 120000 population

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    Rodrigo

    I miss the Catholic University of Ecuador, colo colo Brazil and there is no national university of chile, the name is: University of Chile

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    hugo galindo

    A clarification…..River Plate Montevideo is older than the River Plate in Buenos Aires….and they were obviously Argentines who copied the name

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