Last day to participate in Argentina’s 1994 Away Kit Giveaway


Today is the last day to participate in Argentina’s 1994 Away Kit Giveaway brought to you by Mundo Albiceleste and Golden Era Kits!

To enter you only have to:
Follow @MundoAlbiceleste and @GoldenEraKits on Instagram, like the post and tag two friends who share your passion for football in the comments.

As a bonus, if you share the post in your stories and tag us, you double your chances!

The winner will be announced on January 12! This iconic Argentina 1994 Away Kit could be yours!


  1. Aged 23, Julian Alvarez has won the lot.

    The first player in history to win a World Cup and a Treble in the same season but, until this year, he was not an automatic pick for Manchester City’s first XI.

    Last season, he was City’s most-used substitute, collecting 18 Premier League appearances from the bench.

    The plan was always for a more integral role this season – so often the case in a second year under Guardiola – but the hamstring injury suffered by Kevin de Bruyne increased his opportunity.

    In the Belgian’s absence, Alvarez has started each of City’s 19 Premier League matches, registering 13 goal involvements. He also has four goals and one assist in four Champions League appearances despite only starting once.

    Operating mostly just behind main forward Erling Haaland, he has led the line impressively in the Norwegian’s injury absence, bagging important goals against Everton and Sheffield United as well as assisting Jack Grealish’s winner at Luton.

    However, with De Bruyne fit again and Haaland likely to be back before the end of January, something will have to give in City’s attack.

    It shouldn’t be Alvarez.

    The former River Plate man is a master at both finding space and making it for others. He is a facilitator and a killer in front of goal. City have creativity and quality in droves, but a player of Alvarez’s profile is unique.

    Often numbers can be misleading, or a player overperforms in terms of stats. In Alvarez’s case, he leads the squad for expected Premier League assists, and is second only to Haaland for expected non-penalty goals, illustrating consistent involvement in the attack.

    With De Bruyne sure to be gradually eased in to a regular starting role, Guardiola has the opportunity to play him in the right-sided role he has excelled in so often in recent years and keep Alvarez centrally – behind Haaland when he is fit or as the main striker when he is not.

    The Argentina striker’s development at City is stark and keeping him as first choice in a position he has made his own this season could be the sign of faith that he can be one of the key figures at City for years to come.

    From BBC sports web

  2. EXCLUSIVE: Thiago Almada is one of the top names on Atlético Madrid list in case Ángel Correa will leave the club.

    Al Ittihad will approach Atléti for Correa and Thiago Almada has always been appreciated by Atléti.

    His name is very high on club’s list. 🇦🇷
    Fabrizio Romano

    • I would love to see Almada in Atlético shirt as angel Correa is better for him go al ittihad as he will collect big money under Gallardo btw it will be hard for him to get in the nt from now onwards anyway as many young talents emerging on his position for Argentina nt.

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