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Five Aside: Gotze's historics secure glory

Five Aside Jul 13, 2014
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 Posted by Sam Kelly
Aug 13, 2014

Martino to lead Argentina into the unknown

Gerardo Martino vowed to keep the same philosophy and tactics of former coach Alejandro Sabella during his presentation as new Argentina coach at Predio Habitacional de la AFA.

As soon as it became apparent that Alejandro Sabella was going to stand down as Argentina manager -- in fact, long before we really knew whether or not he would -- there were a few names who were touted as favourites to take over. One of those names was seen as a potential, even probable, successor months before Argentina even stepped out at the Maracanã for the World Cup final. On Tuesday, he finally said yes. Gerardo Martino is the new manager of Argentina.

- Report: Argentina hire former B...

Aug 10, 2014

Diego Maradona slaps journalist

Anybody who has ever seen Diego Maradona during his lifetime knows not to mess with him. He's always had a bit of a frosty relationship with the media and, once again, he's made the front pages in his native Argentina for slapping a journalist as he left Argentina's National Theatre.

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 Posted by Sam Kelly
Jul 30, 2014

Grondona's death leaves Argentine football facing an uncertain future

FIFA senior vice-president, Julio Humberto Grondona, has passed away at the age of 82.

"No one's removing me from the AFA until I die."

In the end, Julio Grondona's words proved accurate. The longtime head of the Argentina Football Association died Wednesday at the age of 82. It's a mark of the man's influence that many public figures in football -- from Lionel Messi to FIFA president Sepp Blatter -- offered public statements of sorrow.

I've written about Grondona many times before, and it's going to be odd covering Argentine football under anyone else; he has been the most...

 Posted by Jonathan Johnson
Jul 18, 2014

Time running out for Javier Pastore

Javier Pastore, center, is gearing up for a crucial season at PSG, with his club and international future at stake.

While most of his teammates return late from their extended holidays because of World Cup duty, Paris Saint-Germain's Argentine international Javier Pastore has been back in training since the start of preseason after failing to secure a place in La Albiceleste's 23-man squad for Brazil.

To say that he narrowly missed out is untrue, because he was nowhere near the now departed coach Alejandro Sabella's plans. A massive fall from grace has meant that Pastore has completely dropped off the inte...

 Posted by Andy Brassell
Jul 17, 2014

Young players get chance at World Cup

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner has some harsh criticism for Brazil's golden boy.

There can be no greater experience for a youngster than the taste of a World Cup, apparently. Back in 2006, Sven-Goran Eriksson told us that he "just had a feeling" when selecting 17-year-old Theo Walcott for England's World Cup squad before he had even made his Premier League debut for Arsenal.

In poor Walcott's case, we still don't know whether the trip gave him something to build on in terms of major tournament finals. He wasn't picked in 2010, and when he was nailed on to be selected this ti...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
Jul 14, 2014

ESPN FC Player of the World Cup

The top performers from the 2014 World Cup have been whittled down to a five-man short list by stats website WhoScored.com and our panel of experts. The nominated players are Arjen Robben, James Rodriguez, Lionel Messi, Neymar and Thomas Muller.

Each has his merits, as detailed below -- but it's up to you to select who deserves to be crowned the ESPN FC Player of the World Cup.

Whether you agree with the nominees or not, let us know on Facebook and Twitter -- using the hashtag #ESPNFCplayer -- a...