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Friendly - Wednesday 3rd September 00:00
Germany  
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  Argentina
Friendly - Saturday 11th October 12:05
Brazil  
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  Argentina
Friendly - Tuesday 14th October 00:00
Hong Kong  
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  Argentina

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The Guardian - 3 weeks ago
Do you think Argentina played a good match? People complained about our performances in our first three matches but this is what football is all about. I'm not saying Argentina can't be world champions: they have Di María and Messi, two of the top five ...
The Guardian (blog) - 2 weeks ago
Germany are probably favourites to win this World Cup, just as they should probably be favourites to win every tournament given the supremely well-resourced and productive youth system put in place by an eminently sensible football association. And yet ...
The Guardian - 2 weeks ago
“You can imagine people from Argentina selling their cars to be here, even without tickets. This is something that happens in Argentina. We love football,” he said. “We know how special it would be for this country to win another World Cup. But ...
The Guardian - 2 weeks ago
When Sega released the 2012 version of Football Manager, they sneakily included code to enable the company to track the internet addresses of everyone who pirated it. Of the 10 million copies ripped off, one was found to have been cloned in the Vatican.
The Guardian - 2 weeks ago
Lionel Messi, controversial winner of the Golden Ball for the World Cup's best player, believes Argentina had enough clear chances to have beaten Germany in Sunday's final. The Argentina captain, who had carried his nation's hopes through the group ...
The Guardian (blog) - 2 weeks ago
It is as if News at Ten took to adopting Baddiel and Skinner's Three Lions (Football's Coming Home). But the Argentina version, which claims Argentina is the father of Brazilian football, has spread like wildfire and even the national squad have been ...
The Guardian - 2 weeks ago
“I was irritated [when left out of the side] but I always recognised he was the best football-wise, for the concepts he has and how he imposes them on a team,” he said. “He has shown that in this World Cup. But I didn't leave because of him, but ...
The Guardian - 3 weeks ago
Jubilant Argentina players celebrated their progress into the quarter-finals by singing a rowdy, Brazil-taunting song in the dressing room. As the Diary has reported, the song “Brasil decime que se siente” has become one of the unofficial hits of the ...
The Guardian - 2 weeks ago
The sense that Argentina has returned to the elite of international football, once again a powerful force not just based on history and tradition but rather on reaching the final – “sub-champions is not a defeat” – is not one that will fade or wane ...
The Guardian (blog) - 2 weeks ago
As the pile-up on the border between Argentina and Brazil grows, with a queue at least five kilometres long and an estimated 100,000 Argentinians about to descend on Rio de Janeiro, several perennial issues involving football, territoriality, national ...
   
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