Aguero Failing To Justify Argentina Place

Lionel Messi is in sublime form but Argentina's World Cup prospects could be improved by dropping Sergio Aguero, writes Ian Watson...

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el_pollo_loco says...

I backed Argentina each way to win and Higuain to be top scorer. One of those can still happen? Can't it?

Posted 2:57pm 26th June 2014

yossarian_lives (Tottenham Hotspur) says...

Some great moments from Messi, inarguably the greates player of this generation, but i think he falls short of Zidane, what a player that was. In retrospect, i think we were blessed with many great players back in the late 90's/early 00's and he stood out even then. I wonder what others think? Are there as many 'great' players now and i'm just looking back with rose tinited spectacles?

Posted 12:09pm 26th June 2014

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