Jorge Sampaoli Will Reportedly Axe Sergio Aguero After Failed Argentina 'Mutiny'

Jorge Sampaoli Will Reportedly Axe Sergio Aguero After Failed Argentina 'Mutiny'

Jorge Sampaoli Will Reportedly Axe Sergio Aguero After Failed Argentina 'Mutiny'

Argentina coach Jorge Sampaoli denied reports of divisions between players and management in his squad and said they would finally get their World Cup campaign properly underway in their crucial Group D match against Nigeria on Tuesday.

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Mascherano said he had played under eight national team coaches in his Argentina career and none of them had complained afterwards that the players had picked the team.

"Leo has played as well as he could, but it is hard to solve the problems of your peers - and I should know". Presumably though, Sampaoli will be sacked if Argentina do not make it out the group, a fate they are desperate to avoid.

In an interview with Brila FM, the US "94 World Cup star, said that he chose to name Musa Eagles" captain when he was coaching Nigeria because the Leicester City star had nice sense of humour.

Musa became, in the process, Nigeria's all-time highest scorer at World Cup finals with four goals and he the only man from his country to score in two different World Cups.

Croatian website Gol are reporting that the team are set to make 10 changes for the match against Iceland with only Ivan Perisic remaining in the starting XI from the Argentina game.

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The Argentina federation were even moved on Saturday to confirm that Sampaoli would continue for the final group game among rumours of a rift between players and coach.

Dalic has already revealed his intention to rest key players for their concluding group meeting against Iceland, much to John Obi Mikel's discontent; so the World Cup debutants are frontrunners to progress through.

'We are not playing well and we take charge of the results. A big win and they could still win the group, if Croatia lose, but that's very unlikely. "We have to win five matches to get to the final, tomorrow is the first".

As his team-mate, I can say without any doubts that we have always been a better team when he has been there.

"We know that this will be a hard battle", the German said.

I don't think [past problems] are technical, because they're world champions at U17 and U20. - Should Iceland beat Croatia, Argentina will need to beat Nigeria by two more goals than Iceland win their match.

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