Boca Juniors River Libertadores Analysis Superclasico

We are pleased to announce that the Boca Juniors Analysis team and the Boca Juniors in English (@CABJ_English) Twitter account administrators have teamed up to bring you the first podcast on the Xeneize in your language!

The main idea behind this new project is to, first of all, be able to discuss the topics that exceed the article format. The CONMEBOL Libertadores final scandal, for example, was the perfect topic to kick our project off with. However, most importantly, serves us to approach our objective of covering the massive, chaotic Boca world entirely. The podcast tool will not only allow us to add a voice to our written opinions but will also make the task of informing much more dynamic and fun.

Almost in a rush, and without much time in our hands, our own Gabriel Agüero, analyst at BJA and owner of Boca Juniors in English, made sure this idea became a reality. He did everything from planning to editing, which is no walk in the park. A very special shout out to him for making this possible in so little time. The project is still in its early stages, but it already is a well-rounded product, however one that will inevitably get better with the passing of time.

In this inaugural episode, our host Gabriel is joined by two sports journalists: Nicolás Cantor (@Nicocantor1) and Francisco Aure (@FranciscoAure). Together, they review the matches against both Patronato and Independiente for the Superliga. Most importantly, they discuss the first leg of the Libertadores final against River Plate and try to predict the return leg which, in case you have not noticed, starts in a few hours. Just enough time to listen to this podcast!

The Boca in English podcast is now available on SoundCloud, and will shortly be available on iTunes and Spotify.

Your feedback is crucial for our growth and development, this is why any comment, content suggestion, constructive criticism or any other similar observation is very valuable to us. Don’t be shy and head over to @CABJ_English or @BocaJrsAnalysis on Twitter and tell us what you think about this podcast.

Finally, we would like to thank all of those who have been reading this blog for more than two months now. We appreciate it and hope we will only get better with the passing of time.