THE Libertadores Cup final second leg may (or may not) be played in Madrid, giving the game an unprecedented level of profile, and not just because of the adverse headlines that the twice-aborted clash between Boca Juniors and River Plate has attracted. Madrid is not a terrible choice, it is certainly better than any Middle-Eastern or US location – games played in the desert do not attract great attention, no matter which teams are involved – but the fact that CONMEBOL have had to export their blue riband competition reflects poorly on the confederation and highlights a shambolic turn of events. And what does it say about Argentinian football? It has taken a few body blows to its reputation in recent years and this…