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The Church of Maradona is enjoying Diego's Dorados de Sinaloa success

Diego Maradona couldn't find the right words to answer a question during an interview following Dorados' win to reach the Ascenso MX final.

ROSARIO, Argentina -- The critics sharpened their knives when Diego Maradona was announced as manager of Ascenso MX side Dorados de Sinaloa on Sept. 6. If a poll had been taken at the time of his appointment it would surely have produced a negative projection of the Argentine legend's chances of success, especially given his vulgar behaviour at the 2018 World Cup in Russia just a few months earlier. 

But for Hernan Amez, watching on from Rosario, there was never any doubt that Maradona...

If the 2022 World Cup started today: Looking at the major nations

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson shares his thoughts on the team most likely to win the World Cup if it were to take place tomorrow.
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The next World Cup is four years away, but if the tournament began today, how would the biggest countries line up? Further, what do they need to do between now and kickoff on Nov. 21, 2022?

We asked our writers to look into the future. Click on the flags below to see that nation.

ARGENTINA

Starting XI if the World Cup began today
Sergio Romero; Renzo Saravia, Juan Foyth, Nicolas Otamendi, Nicolas Tagliafico; Giovani Lo Celso, Leandro Paredes, Exequiel Palacios; Lionel Messi, Paulo Dybala,...


Argentina seem reborn as Lionel Scaloni looks to new generation

The guys respond to your tweets about Italy's strikers struggling, the USMNT in 2018, PSG's defence and who would play them in a movie.

Right at the start of Argentina's 2-0 win over Mexico on Tuesday, Mauro Icardi scored his first international goal. Nearing the end, Paulo Dybala, at last, also opened his account.

This serves as a fitting symbol for Argentina's post-World Cup fortunes. In Russia they were nothing short of a shambles. Since then, under the caretaker stewardship of the inexperienced Lionel Scaloni, things have gone better than anyone could have hoped.

Argentina's was the oldest squad in the World Cup. Scaloni has...

Mexico closes out 2018 with loss but midfielders give hope for future

MENDOZA, Argentina - Mauro Icardi and Paulo Dybala netted their first goals for Argentina to clinch a 2-0 win for La Albiceleste against Mexico on Tuesday in Estadio Malvinas Argentinas.

Here are three quick takes as both sides' last game of 2018:

1. Tuca's reign with El Tri ends with a loss

It's been a tough FIFA international break for Mexico boss Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti and a difficult interim period in charge. The loss makes it seven losses in eight games for Mexico and five in Ferretti's...

Argentina showing signs of renewal under Lionel Scaloni

Interim coach Lionel Scaloni admits he's uncertain if Lionel Messi will return to the national team, but is optimistic for the newcomers to the side.
Argentina interim head coach Lionel Scaloni quashes claims of a rift with Paulo Dybala after the Juve star started on the bench against Colombia.

The Nations League is giving European national team football a welcome shot of competitive action. A similar thing happened to South America in 1996, when the current marathon format of World Cup qualification was introduced.

Until that point, the continent's 10 teams were split into groups. The process was a quick one, and there were times when the teams -- especially those who failed to make the cut -- would have massive gaps between competitive fixtures.

From 1996, all that came to an end. Instead...

Mexico struggles in Argentina loss; Paulo Dybala's drought continues

CORDOBA, Argentina -- A goal from Ramiro Funes Mori and an own goal from Isaac Brizuela secured a 2-0 win for Argentina against Mexico on Friday in Estadio Mario Kempes in the first of two games between the sides this international break.

Here are three talking points:

1. Mexico forced to adapt in rare road match

Mexico interim boss Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti has regularly been talking up the need for the Mexican national team to play these kinds of more difficult away games. But as the "Mexican" wave...