All Argentinians must feel proud of their 'Las Panteras', of their effort and sacrifice, of their dream. Last May, when we presented the international season, I said I would resign if they did not qualify. And now here we stand, all working to keep growing. Our team worked under a management that bet very strongly on women's volleyball, to find the outstanding and required conditions for the coaching team and for the players, to promote the participation of the team in great international competitions, bringing, for example, the FIVB Volleyball World Grand Prix - the FIVB's premier annual competition for women's national teams - to Argentina.
FeVA President Gutierrez went to get the competitions and we nearly obtained more tournaments. We played the qualification for the World Cup here and now the qualification for the Olympic Games, meaning that the FeVA management has received a lot of support thanks to their outstanding work with the support of City Hall and Province Governments. Those are real facts.
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To have had the national sports management of Carlos Javier Mac Allister and Orlando Moccagatta in Bariloche is also an unusual fact for our volleyball. It has provided support to the country's women's volleyball, as has the confidence of South American Volleyball Confederation President Rafael Lloreda, who always works hand in hand with the Argentine Volleyball Federation to help find the best conditions and facilities for competitions for all the teams present". The goal of qualifying for the Olympics has been reached after many years of strong planning that have changed Argentine women's volleyball and given birth to a passion for the team in the whole country.
It would not be fair not to mention once more and again and again that Las Panteras are the result of all their work," added Gutierrez. Alexander's parents, Robert and Ellen, were Fifers from humble agricultural and coalmining families, who moved to Glasgow in the s, where Robert did well enough to establish himself as a grocer. However, after the family relocated to Edinburgh soon after Alexander's birth, his story took a tragic turn. In the space of three years, he lost both of his parents, while his two year old brother died of consumption. The five-year old Alexander was sent to live with his maternal grandmother, Helen Bowman, at Logie Green.
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When she too passed away in , he was taken in by the Daniel Stewart Hospital School an early precursor to Stewart Melvilles College , which, in , had decreed a short-lived policy to provide free education and board to the needy. This undoubtedly saved him from a life of destitution, and taught him the transformational powers of education.
By , he was at the University of Edinburgh.
It took him the best part of a decade to complete his studies, as he had to pay his way, and he graduated with a second class degree in philosophy in In the meantime, he had discovered his vocation at George Watson's College, where, from he was employed as a 'general teacher', running a class that was, in the words of the principal, "a model of excellence.
By this stage he was living as a lodger in the home of a widow Alexandrina Waters and her three children at 4 St Patrick Square in Newington.
This incidental biographical detail was to have significant consequences, both for Alexander's personal life and for Argentinian football. Watson Hutton's desire to build a new life for himself abroad may well have been borne out of anxieties over his health, something brought into sharp focus when his older brother, Robert also died of consumption in In , he was offered a position as rector at the St Andrews Scotch School in Buenos Aires, which had been founded by the first wave of Scottish settlers in it still exists today.
Setting sail from Liverpool in late , he arrived in Argentina on 25 February , and took up his new position two months later. Perhaps influenced by the tragedies that had befallen his brothers, Hutton was evangelical in his commitment to physical education, and passionate about the nascent sport of association football.
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At a time when rugby was the sport of choice among Argentina's expatriate community, his efforts to teach "the animalistic game of football" were not universally welcomed. A year into his tenure, he fell out with the school's board over his insistence that football and physical education generally be given more prominence.
When they refused his request for a gym and playing field, he left to found his own school. By , Hutton had 50 boarders and day pupils, and football was at the heart of the curriculum. Such was the school's success that he had to move to bigger premises.
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His personal life was also flourishing. On 27 July , another person from his Edinburgh past resurfaced in Argentina. Waters eventually went on to become a successful importer of sporting goods to South America.
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But before that he made his mark on the pitch. William 'Guillermo' Waters was captain and coach of St Andrews, who won what was the first ever league tournament staged anywhere outside Britain. However, due to lack of funds and poor management the league collapsed in It was left to Hutton to pick up the pieces. Utilising all of his administrative and organisational skills he relaunched the AAFL on 21 February His revamped body is regarded as South America's first proper national football association, and the eighth oldest in the world.