1930 saw the Argentine league restructured as a league of 36 teams, playing one another once. The eventual champions were Boca Juniors. Following the disruption of the 1929 season by mass abandonment of games, the second half of the 1930 season was marred in a similar way. This trend was halted by the inception of the professional era in 1931.
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