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2nd in FIFA World Cup
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Argentina, coach Sampaoli agree to part ways

The Argentine Football Association agreed to part ways with coach Jorge Sampaoli after crashing out of the World Cup, it announced on Sunday.

Extra Time: Best World Cup final? Kane lucky? (8:13)
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3dAdriana Garcia, Spain correspondent

Sampaoli still Argentina coach - AFA chief

Argentina Football Federation president Claudio Tapia said no decision has been made regarding Jorge Sampaoli's future.

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5dTom Marshall

Almeyda: I wouldn't refuse Mexico or Argentina

Matias Almeyda on whether he would accept an offer to manage the Mexico or Argentina national teams: 'Who wouldn't like a job like that?'

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6dAdriana Garcia, Spain correspondent

Sampaoli's Argentina future on hold for now

Argentina's Football Association (AFA) will announce this week if Jorge Sampaoli will continue at the helm of the national team.

Salazar: Maradona is way off his rocker (2:43)
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11dAdriana Garcia, Spain correspondent

Kempes offers himself for Argentina job

The 1978 World Cup-winner becomes the second Albiceleste great to put himself forward for role following on from Diego Maradona.

Project Russia: Last 16 highlights & lowlights (4:36)
Suarez: I comforted Messi after Argentina exit (0:40)
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15dFabio Dana

Sampaoli spluttering to an inevitable exit

Argentina's round-of-16 exit to France likely spells the end for coach Jorge Sampaoli, who never seemed to have a grasp of his responsibilities.

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15dTim Vickery

Argentina at a crossroads as Messi era fades

Argentina must rebuild after what has been a pretty harrowing World Cup campaign. Tim Vickery takes a look at what's ahead for La Albiceleste.

Laurens: There's no limit for Kylian Mbappe (3:22)
Matchday 16: Messi & Ronaldo's World Cup dreams end (1:05)
Project Russia: Mbappe shines for France (4:20)
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Mascherano announces Argentina retirement

Argentina midfielder Javier Mascherano has announced his retirement from international football after his side's World Cup-ending loss to France.

RankingsFIFA World Cup

Goal Difference-3Tied-23rd
Goals Scored6Tied-9th
Goals Conceded9Tied-30th