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ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
4 days ago

Argentina coach Tata Martino says he'll consider Carlos Tevez

Watch Carlos Tevez's inspired two-goal performance in Juventus' 2-0 victory against Malmo FF.

Argentina coach Gerardo "Tata" Martino said he plans to call up Carlos Tevez, the most notorious absence from the Albiceleste's 2014 World Cup squad.

Martino told La Nacion he would consider Tevez only as a centre-forward, nothing else.

- Martino blasts Barcelona over media scrutiny

"Now, in the competition against [Gonzalo] Higuain, or [Sergio] Aguero...and afterward, these are decisions the coach will make, it's this one or that one," explained Martino. 

"Based on the decisions,...

 Posted by PA Sport
5 days ago

Jonas Gutierrez undergoing cancer treatment in Argentina

Jonas Gutierrez spent time on loan at Norwich last season.

Newcastle winger Jonas Gutierrez has revealed he is having treatment after being diagnosed with testicular cancer in his native Argentina.

Gutierrez said he has undergone chemotherapy, after having surgery following the discovery of a tumour, which was first noticed last year.

The 33-year-old told Argentine TV show "Indirecto" on TyC Sports: "When I was told I had cancer, I went home in tears. In May 2013, I felt very tough pains on my testicle. After some wrong diagnosis, an ultrasound detected...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
Sep 12, 2014

#FCdebate: Could Argentina be a better team without Lionel Messi?

Craig Burley, Santiago Solari, Alejandro Moreno and Tommy Smyth have their say on Messi. What do you think? Vote now!

Argentina's recent 4-2 win in Germany over the world champions was achieved without Lionel Messi, who missed the game through injury. In his absence, Angel Di Maria starred with a goal and three assists, and it got some of the FC TV team pondering whether La Albiceleste could function more effectively without their best individual player.

With 42 goals in 93 games, Messi has a fine international record and won the Golden Ball at the recent World Cup, but Argentina have yet to win an international...

 Posted by ESPN Staff
Sep 11, 2014

Argentina better with or without Messi?

After Argentina beat Germany quite easily in their recent friendly, the ESPN FC team discuss whether or not Argentina are better without Lionel Messi.

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Sep 11, 2014

Lionel Messi committed to Argentina, says Julio Ricardo Grondona

After Argentina's dominant performance against Germany, the ESPN FC crew debate whether or not Tata Martino's men play better without their star.

BUENOS AIRES -- Injured Barcelona striker Lionel Messi is a little upset by the criticism he received after the World Cup, but has no plans to distance himself from the Albiceleste according to Julio Ricardo Grondona -- president of Argentine league club Arsenal -- on Thursday.

Grondona said Messi will dole out his friendly participation for Argentina "in doses" at Barcelona's request, but has promised to be available for key matches, especially the Copa America in Chile in 2015. 

- Messi...