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Argentina arrived a divided team with their coach about to be fired, but then, writes Chris Hunt, a brave decision to make Maradona skipper made all the difference...
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There are games of great technical merit, there are games of high drama, and very occasionally, there are games that have both. This was one of them...
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3 June 2014
An alternative view of the tournament...
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3 June 2014
FFT's man in Italy, Richard Whittle, reports on the squad situation facing the Three Lions' Group D opponents...
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The 1986 champions are often derided as Diego Maradona plus 10 others, but proud Argentine Martin Mazur brings you right up to date...
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They cruised through the '˜group of death'™ with their breaktaking brand of total football, but, asks Rob Smyth, were Sepp Piontek'™s laid-back legends the best team ever not to reach the final four?
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The World Cup's fastest red card sent Fergie into a glorious rant (for a change)...
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It shouldn't even have been staged there, but World Cup 86 in Mexico had everything, most of it revolving around a diminutive genius by the name of Diego Maradona. Chris Hunt sets the scene...
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2 June 2014
An alternative view of the tournament...
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2 June 2014
The Back of the Net team start their preview of the 2014 World Cup, quite sensibly, with a look at Group A...

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