The Uruguayan league kicked off last weekend and predictably for a small nation, Montevideo will continue to dominate the Primera Division. Thirteen of the 16 teams are from the capital city, with three – Villa Teresa, Liverpool and Defensor Sporting – added to the 10 that survived last season. It might have been 14 had Rampla Juniors not been relegated. The top two clubs, Penarol and Nacional, have stood astride the Primera Division for decades, and there’s little chance that they will ever be unseated from their position at the forefront of Uruguayan football. Between them they have won 72 of the 83 championships since the country embraced professionalism. Penarol, who were named South American club of the [20th] century, are still smarting from…