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Argentina

The Argentina national football team (Spanish: Selección de fútbol de Argentina) represents Argentina in football and is controlled by the Argentine Football Association (AFA), the governing body for football in Argentina. Wikipedia
ManagerJorge Sampaoli
StadiumEstadio Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti  Buenos Aires, Argentina
Founded1893 (age 125)
FIFA Ranking 4 place
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World Cup 2018
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Iceland 0 0 0
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Argentina 0 0 0
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Croatia 0 0 0
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Nigeria 0 0 0
 
 
 
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10
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9
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18
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Dybala is no Messi - Laudrup thinks comparisons are unfair
The Danish football legend says comparing the two Argentina team-mates is unfair on the Juventus forward, who has also rejected comparisons
 goal.com     22 hours
Carlos Tevez begins third spell at Boca Juniors with friendly defeat
Carlos Tevez has returned to Argentina for a third spell at Boca Juniors
 ESPNsoccer.net     1 days
Messi's penalty struggles continue as Barca unbeaten run ends
The Argentina international has struggled with penalties this season, and his latest miss contributed in the Catalan side's first defeat since August
 goal.com     2 days
Messi the greatest ever despite no World Cup win, insists Di Maria
The winger says that failing to win a World Cup should not impact on whether or not his Argentina team-mate is seen as the best player ever
 goal.com     2 days
Messi the greatest ever despite no World Cup win, insists Di Maria
Lionel Messi is the greatest player ever and should be considered that even if he never wins a World Cup, according to the Barcelona stars Argentina team-mate Angel Di Maria
 soccernews.com     2 days
You even learn from Guardiola at home – Otamendi lauds Pep impact
Nicolas Otamendi is thoroughly enjoying playing under Pep Guardiola at Manchester City and feels like the Spaniard is teaching him even when he is at home
 soccernews.com     2 days
Otamendi pens Man City deal to 2022
Manchester City have confirmed defender Nicolas Otamendi has signed a new deal, which will run until 2022. Otamendis initial deal was due to expire in 2020, with his new terms tying him to City for an additional two campaigns.
 soccernews.com     2 days
Swansea lining up double raid on Atletico Madrid - and West Ham
Swansea City are lining up a double raid on Atletico Madrid.WalesOnline says Swansea are in talks with Atletico over potential transfers for France striker Kevin Gameiro and Argentina midfielder Nicolas Gaitan
 tribalfootball.com     3 days
Carlos Tevez: I was on holiday during Chinese Super League spell
Argentina striker Carlos Tevez describes his disappointing time in the Chinese Super League as a "vacation"
 BBC Sport     3 days
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