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At the end the Argentinians were suffering cramps, I haven't seen that a lot.
Some fighting was reported, but the Argentinians, faced by just 80 British marines, were soon in control of the capital, Port Stanley, and the airfield.
We as veterans have made firm friends with at least three or four Argentinian veterans' groups," said Tony.
The Spanish giants hope to sign the versatile Argentinian in a cut-price pounds 8million deal.
He continued: "All this nonsense about colonialism - the Argentinians have never owned it but they are taught that they do in school.
The Argentinian government has been stepping up its rhetoric over territories in the run up to a major anniversary of the Falklands War.
15am REIGNING Argentinian champions Velez Sarsfield will be confident of finishing off Colombian side Santa Fe and advancing to the last four of the Copa Sudamericana after tonight's second-leg tie, writes Simon Giles.
The UN Security Council ruled the Argentinians should leave the islands which were home to 1,800 people.
Argentinian fans were also making themselves heard in the arrivals hall, blowing the vuvuzela, a South African trumpet, and chanting.
The Argentinians have ruled out military action and are demanding talks at the United Nations over the ownership of the South Atlantic islands.
Argentinians tend to like the cheapest cuts cooked on the bone for extra tastiness," reveals Juan Hidalgo, head chef at the city's only Argentinian restaurant MEET.
Maradona was in Manchester to watch Argentinian striker Carlos Tevez turn out for United, though the player was left on the subs' bench.
Byline: After a poor return from Argentinians in the past at St Andrew's, the pressure is on new signing, argues Rob Tanner
We will acknowledge receipt of that letter to the Argentinians.
The fast British response astonished the Argentinians but did not alter popular opinion.