NO EASY GAMES

Argentina superstar Lionel Messi has said that his nation does not face any easy games at the World Cup 2014. The Barcelona forward slowly appears to be showing his best form for the national team.

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SABELLA UNDER FIRE

Argentina coach Alejandro Sabella has come under criticism from Inter Milan for calling up the player who has been injured for more than a month.

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MESSI FACES MILAN

Barcelona are set to face AC Milan yet again in the Champions league after being down with the Italian team in the group stages of the competition.

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Betting on Chelsea

Betting on who will win the Premier League at this stage of preseason is tricky. The big clubs are on their marathon global tours and predicting how those results will go down is impossible. Manchester United have already lost one tour game, a 1-0 result against Singha All Stars, while rivals City lost 2-0 in Pretoria. These results only create uncertainly for predicting who will win the league.

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TEVEZ UNSURE ON ARGENTINA

Former Manchester city striker Carlos Tevez, who recently completed a £ 10 million move to Juventus, has said that he does not see himself playing for Argentina as long as Alejandro Sabella is in charge of the national team.

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BALE IS LIKE MESSI

Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino has praised Tottenham winger Gareth Bale by saying that he is one of the best in the world. The 23-year-old Welsh winger recently scored the only goal of the game in the 1-0 victory for Tottenham over Southampton.

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SABELLA IMPRESSED

Argentina national team manager Alejandro Sabella praised his team after they earned a 1-1 draw against Bolivia in the World Cup qualifying match. Argentina recently managed a 3-0 win over Venezuela that almost put them into the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. As a result, there was less pressure on the team to deliver a result against Bolivia.

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ARGENTINA TAKE ON SWEDEN

Argentina will be taking on Sweden in a friendly match as a preparation ahead of the World Cup qualifying matches that will resume in March. The team has not managed a victory in the last two friendly matches against Saudi Arabia and Brazil.

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MESSI WANTS TEAM PRIZE

The Argentina superstar Lionel Messi has claimed that he would happily swap the number of personal accolades he has received in recent seasons for the ultimate prize for a team – the World Cup.

DRAW NOT GOOD ENOUGH

The Argentina captain Lionel Messi has said that he is extremely dissatisfied with the 0-0 draw with Saudi Arabia in a recent friendly match. Argentina came into the match as one of the inform teams in the world due to the recent performances of the Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi.

After years of under performing with the national team, this has been a great year for the 25-year-old. He has scored numerous goals for Argentina in all competitions, but he could not break the deadlock in the recent match against minnows Saudi Arabia. This result means that Argentina will have to end the year on a sour note, which is a shame after having such great performances over the course of the year according to the Argentine.

Alejandro Sabella has made numerous changes to the national team by focusing on the 25-year-old Lionel Messi. This has paid rich dividends because the team has been able to enjoy victories over top teams like Germany and Brazil in a friendly matches, while they are also top of the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifying group from South America. Messi has said that it feels like they have lifted the game to Saudi Arabia after a poor performance, while they did everything they could to win the match.

"We gifted them the game. It is a pity to end the year like this, after all we have been doing. We did not do the things we had to do, from the beginning of the game. Although we played better afterwards, we did not manage a win," said the Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi after the match. Argentina World Cup qualifying campaign will resume in March of next year with the match against Venezuela after which they will be playing the likes of Bolivia and Colombia.

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