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Mauricio Pochettino remembers old roommate, idol Diego Maradona, fondly

Paolo Bandini and the FC crew react to Tottenham's signing of Davinson Sanchez and discuss the options he gives Pochettino.
Mauricio Pochettino says Kieran Trippier could play against Chelsea and calls for an end to talk about Spurs' Wembley hoodoo.
Victor Wanyama says Tottenham won't be out for revenge against Chelsea at Wembley. Wanyama was speaking at Leagoo's unveiling as Spurs' official mobile phone partner.

Mauricio Pochettino still struggles to find the right words in English. The Tottenham manager has been discussing the problem of signing players and competing with Spurs' wealthier English rivals, topics he has no difficulty articulating. But now he looks to his assistant and unofficial translator Jesus Perez for help.

"It's so difficult in English to express myself and my emotions," Pochettino says. He is thinking back to 1993, when he was a 21-year-old defender at Newell's Old Boys. That September,...

Argentina players set to end their media boycott - AFA president Tapia

Lionel Messi and his teammates announced they will no longer speak with the press going forward following their win over Colombia.

Argentine Football Association (AFA) president Claudio Tapia says that national team players will end the media boycott that has been in place since November.

Lionel Messi announced following a postmatch news conference last year that he and the rest of his Argentina teammates would no longer speak to the press while on international duty as a protest against perceived media mistreatment.

According to the players, the Argentine press made numerous false allegations against them, including a report...

Mauricio Pochettino hopes to coach Newell's Old Boys and Argentina

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino stresses the need for more competition in the squad after Spurs' 2-0 win at Newcastle.

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has told TyC Sports he would one day like to coach Newell's Old Boys, the club where he started his playing career, and the Argentina national team in the future.

Pochettino joined Newell's as a teenager after the club's then-manager Marcelo Bielsa travelled to his hometown and, the story goes, inspected the youngster's legs in the dead of night.

He played for the club for five years before moving to Espanyol in 1994, and the 45-year-old has spent the rest of...

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Argentina drop Gonzalo Higuain from squad; restore Aguero, Pastore, Icardi

Argentina head coach Jorge Sampaoli says the only player guaranteed to start for the national team is Lionel Messi.

Juventus striker Gonzalo Higuain has been left off the Argentina squad as Manchester City's Sergio Aguero made his return for upcoming World Cup qualifiers.

Coach Jorge Sampaoli omitted Higuain in his 23-man squad, which will face Uruguay and Venezuela at the end of the month, but welcomed back Aguero and midfielder Javier Pastore.

Aguero was left out of Argentina's squad in June for friendlies against Brazil and Singapore, while Pastore has not played for Argentina since October 2015. He was named...

Argentina, Uruguay to move forward with joint World Cup bid for 2030

ESPN's Bob Ley speaks with U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati about the decision to make a joint bid for the 2026 World Cup.
Herculez Gomez shares his thoughts on how the United States would factor into a three-nation World Cup bid.

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina -- Argentina and Uruguay are going ahead with plans to make a joint bid to host the 2030 World Cup despite expected competition from China and others.

The South American neighbors are counting on sentimental support with Uruguay hosting the first World Cup in 1930.

Argentine sports secretary Carlos Mac Allister said in a Wednesday interview that the presidents of both countries and leaders of the two national football federations had agreed to move ahead.

Politicians will...