The Stan Collymore Show: Argentina’s legendary players and club rivals

Stan’s got all the best guests to tell the story of Argentina’s football club derbies. Fernando Caceres’s career was shattered by an armed robbery but he is still heading toward his football dream. Roberto “the Mouse” Ayala played for Milan, Napoli, Valencia, Villarreal and, most importantly – The Albiceleste. Plus, Boca Juniors legend Antonio Rattin, River Plate manager Marcelo Gallardo and San Lorenzo Chairman Matias Lammens.

Marcelo Gallardo – Club Atletico River Plate coach
[01:53] On penalty shoot-out in WC 1988
[03:21] Would winning WC make Messi the greatest player ever
[04:49] On coaching Argentina national team

Antonio Rattin – former Argentina/Boca Juniors midfielder
[06:02] Best memory of Boca Juniors – River plate rivalry
[06:56] World Cup 1962 in Chile
[07:50] On playing against football legends in WC
[09:37] On playing for Boca Juniors for whole life

Roberto Ayala – former Argentina / River Plate / Valencia / Milan centre-back
[11:18] On high expectations for the national team in WC
[12:19] About being a captain of The “La Albiceleste”

Fernando Caceres – former Argentina / River Plate / Celta centre-back
[13:43] Fernando’s story
[14:35] Playing with Maradona, Caniggia and other Argentina stars
[14:57] Best experience of WC 1994
[15:24] How Fernando’s life changed after the shooting incident
[16:03] What Fernando thinks about the perpetrators
[16:23] About football community help after the incident
[17:09] On coaching a football club or Argentina team
[17:35] On recovery after the attack

[19:35] What is so special about Boca Juniors-San Lorenzo rivalry

[20:03] Interview with San Lorenzo de Almagro Chairman Matias Lammens
[22:16] Pitch interview with San Lorenzo centre-back Fabricio Coloccini


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