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Argentina in English
Argentine Republic, country in southern South America

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Argentina in Greek
αργεντίνη

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Argentina in Chinese (s)
阿根廷

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Argentina in Chinese (t)
阿根廷

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Argentina in Arabic
الأرجنتين, دولة في جنوب امريكا الجنوبية

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Argentina in Spanish
Argentina, República Argentina, país en Sudamérica

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Argentina in Russian
Аргентина [геогр.]

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Argentina in Dutch
Argentinië (naam van land in Zuid-Amerika)

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Argentina in Portuguese
República da Argentina, país na América do Sul

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Argentina in Turkish
Arjantin

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Argentina in Italian
Argentina, Repubblica Argentina, stato nell'America del sud

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Argentina in French
Argentine, nom d'un pays d'Amérique du Sud

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Argentina in German
Argentinien, Republik Argentinien, Staat in Südamerika

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Argentina in Japanese
アルゼンチン; 南アメリカの南部にある国

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Argentina in Hebrew
ארגנטינה, רפובליקת ארגנטינה, מדינה בדרום אמריקה

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Argentina in Korean
아르헨티나, 남미에 있는 나라

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Argentina in Swedish
Argentina (land i Sydamerika)

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Argentine peso (ARS)

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argentina
n
1. a republic in southern south america; second largest country in south america [syn: argentina, argentine republic, the argentine]


2. type genus of the argentinidae: argentines [syn: argentina, genus argentina]




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Argentina , officially the Argentine Republic ( ) is a federal republic located in southeastern South America. Covering most of the Southern Cone, it is bordered by Bolivia and Paraguay to the north; Brazil to the northeast; Uruguay and the South Atlantic Ocean to the east; Chile to the west and the Drake Passage to the south.

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Noun
1. a republic in southern South America; second largest country in South America
(synonym) Argentine Republic, the Argentine
(hypernym) South American country, South American nation
(member-holonym) Organization of American States, OAS
(part-holonym) South America
(member-meronym) Argentinian
(part-meronym) Patagonia
2. type genus of the Argentinidae: argentines
(synonym) genus Argentina
(hypernym) fish genus
(member-holonym) Argentinidae, family Argentinidae
(member-meronym) argentine


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River Plate & Argentina

Birthdate: November 3, 1979
Birthplace: Rio Cuarto, Argentina
Height: 170 cm
Weight: 62 kg
Position: Attacking Midfielder
International: 3 caps, 0 goals
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: None
Transfer Fee: N/A
Grêmio & Argentina


Birthdate: October 22, 1970
Birthplace: Mar del Plata, Argentina
Height: 186 cm
Weight: 82 kg
Position: Forward
International: 6 caps, 0 goals
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Gimnasia, Boca Juniors, Independiente, Huracan, River Plate, Hercules, Mallorca, Glasgow Rangers
Transfer Fee: $6.90 Millions of Dollars

Grêmio & Argentina


Birthdate: January 6, 1970
Birthplace: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Height: 172 cm
Weight: 73 kg
Position: Midfielder
International: 31 caps, 0 goals
World Cups: 1 (1998)
Previous Clubs: River Plate
Transfer Fee: $3.00 Millions of Dollars

AC Milan & Argentina

Birthdate: April 12, 1973
Birthplace: Parana, Argentina
Height: 177 cms
Weight: 75 kgs
Position: Central Defender
International: 57 caps, 3 goals (as of June 13, 2000)
World Cups: 1 (1998)
Previous Clubs: Ferrocarril Oeste, River Plate, Napoli
Transfer Fee: $6.50 Millions of Dollars

Despite his role as captain of Argentina, Ayala has had limited opportunities to break into the Milan side. The Rossoneri snapped him up from Napoli in the summer of 1998, but he found his path blocked by the resurgent form of Costacurta. On the rare occasions that Zaccheroni picked him, however, he quickly found his feet: he was excellent in the key fixture in Udine when he replaced the suspended “Billy”. In all, he made eleven appearances last season. In July, at the Copa America in Paraguay, it was his missed penalty (saved by Brazilian keeper Dida) that ruled Argentina out of a place in the quarter-finals. Ayala became the first Argentine footballer to don the the black-and-red-striped shirt of Milan since 1968, and was swiftly followed by Guly. He is fanatical about the music of his native Argentina. Married with three children, he is a devoted family man.
Fiorentina & Argentina

Birthdate: June 1, 1966
Birthplace: Villa Constitucion, Argentina
Height: 181 cm
Weight: 80 kg
Position: Forward
International: 37 caps, 11 goals
World Cups: 3 (1990, 1994, 1998)
Previous Clubs: Newell's Old Boys, River Plate, Udinese, AS Roma, AC Parma
Transfer Fee: $2.50 Millions of Dollars


Independiente & Argentina

Birthdate: August 18, 1980
Birthplace: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Height: 177 cm
Weight: 78 kg
Position: Midfielder
International: 0 caps, 0 goals
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Real Madrid
Transfer Fee: -
Atalanta & Argentina
Birthdate: January 6, 1967
Birthplace: Henderson, Argentina
Height: 172 cm
Weight: 68 kg
Position: Forward
International: 47 caps, 14 goals
World Cups: 2 (1990, 1994)
Previous Clubs: River Plate, Verona, AS Roma, Benfica, Boca Juniors
Transfer Fee: $1.30 Millions of Dollars

Hamburger SV & Argentina

Birthdate: October 17, 1968
Birthplace: La Plata, Argentina
Height: 178 cm
Weight: 76 kg
Position: Midfielder
International: 10 caps, 0 goals
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Estudiantes de La Plata, Boca Juniors, Werder Bremen, SC Freiburg, FC Homburg, AC Azul
Transfer Fee: $0.36 Millions of Dollars
Atlas & Argentina

Birthdate: March 17, 1971
Birthplace: Misiones, Argentina
Height:172 cm
Weight: 69 kg
Position: Attacking Midfielder, Forward
International: 0 caps, 0 goals
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Guaraní Antonio Franco, Deportivo Español, Monterrey
Transfer Fee: -
Espanyol & Argentina

Birthdate: April 13, 1974
Birthplace: Lomas de Zamora, Argentina
Height: 181 cm
Weight: 82 kg
Position: Goalkeeper
International: 4 caps, 0 goalsWorld Cups: 1 (1998)
Previous Clubs: Velez Sarsfield
Transfer Fee: -
AC Milan & Argentina

Birthdate: May 17, 1969
Birthplace: Concepcion, Argentina
Height: 181 cm
Weight: 78 kg
Position: Central Defender
International: 40 caps, 2 goals
World Cups: 2 (1994, 1998)
Previous Clubs: Rosario Central, Pisa, Foggia, SS Lazio, Atletico Madrid
Transfer Fee: $3.65 Millions of Dollars
Feyenoord & Argentina

Julio Ricardo Cruz is undoubtly one of Feyenoord's best players today. The Argentinian striker came over from River Plate, Argentina and had to become Feyenoord's best striker in twenty years. He had some troubles in the beginning, but now he scored one goal after the other. Cruz didn't play in the Wolrd Cup '98 in France. He was curtainly an option, but he didn't belong to the 22 best players of Argentina at that time. Cruz is still young and he hopes to leave The Netherlands in two years or so to play in Italy or Spain.
Boca Juniors & Argentina

Birthdate: March 24, 1973
Birthplace: Capitán Bermudez, Argentina
Height: 175 cm
Weight: 76 kg
Position: Forward
International: 17 caps, 2 goals
World Cups: 1 (1998)
Previous Clubs: Racing Club
Transfer Fee: $2.10 Millions of Dollars
Juventus & Argentina

Birthdate: March 5, 1973
Birthplace: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Height: 180 cm
Weight: 75 kg
Position: Forward
International: 3 caps, 0 goals
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Ferrocarril Oeste, Real Madrid, Real Zaragoza, Atletico Madrid, Espanyol
Transfer Fee: $5.00 Millions of Dollars
AC Milan & Argentina

Birthdate: April 14, 1974
Birthplace: San Nicolas, Argentina
Height: 181 cm
Weight: 80 kg
Position: Forward
International: 6 caps, 0 goals
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Gimnasia
Transfer Fee: -
Valencia & Argentina

Birthdate: August 7, 1974
Birthplace: Rosario, Argentina
Height: 175 cms
Weight: 71 kgs
Position: Left Midfielder
International: 16 caps, 2 goals (as of June 13, 2000)
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Rosario Central, Boca Juniors, Zaragoza
Transfer Fee: -
A 'cyclone' in the left midfield. Power, might, vericality, danger, speed, accuracy in passes... Kily is the kind of player that can fight for a ball in extra time as if he was in the first minute of the first period. He began professional soccer with Rosario Central where he played 56 games and scored 7 goals. Later, he moved to one of America's most respected teams: Boca Juniors (37 games, 3 goals). He was an idol in 'La Bombonera,' but he preferred a transfer to Real Zaragoza (90 games, 15 goals). He was re-called to play with the Argentine National team after the 99-00 succesful season with Valencia.
Rosario Central & Aregentina

Birthdate: August 4, 1969
Birthplace: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Height:169 cm
Weight: 68 kg
Position: Attacking Midfielder
International: 6 caps, 1 goals
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Boca Juniors, Fiorentina, Tenerife, Salamanca, Racing Club, Cruz Azul
Transfer Fee: $2.00 (Millions of Dollars)
Monterrey & Argentina

Birthdate: April 2, 1970
Birthplace: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Height:175 cm
Weight: 80 kg
Position: Attacking Midfielder
International: 5 caps, 0 goals
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Huracan, Boca Juniors, Independiente, Toros Neza
Transfer Fee: $2.00 (Millions of Dollars)
Boca Juniors & Argentina

Birthdate: January 12, 1980
Birthplace: Santiago del Estero, Argentina
Height: 179 cm
Weight: 79 kg
Position: Forward
International: 0 caps, 0 goals
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Dock Sund, Cuautitlan
Transfer Fee: -
Boca Juniors & Argentina

Birthdate: June 24, 1978
Birthplace: San Fernando, Argentina
Height: 180 cm
Weight: 75 kg
Position: Midfielder
International: 8 caps, 0 goals
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: None
Transfer Fee: -
San Lorenzo & Argentina

Birthdate: March 17, 1981
Birthplace: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Height: 1.72 mts
Weight: 61 kgs
Position: Attacking Midfielder
International: 0 caps, 0 goals (as of August 5, 2000)
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: None
Transfer Fee: -
Born in Buenos Aires, Romagnoli arrived to San Lorenzo at age 6 helded by the hand of his father, and in his only team he has played in any possible category. Leandro is ingenious, skillful, risky and more than any he is incisive when pressing the rivals and winnig the back of the defenders. Nevertheless, he does not have the physical enough to resist the 90 minutes of modern football, full of force and waste of energy. Romagnoli debuted in first division in 1998 and seize the jersey number 10. Oscar Ruggeri wants to take him with calm since European top clubs already tried to sign him.
AS Roma & Argentina

Birthdate: March 23, 1978
Birthplace: Laborde, Argentina
Height: 1.84 mts
Weight: 81 kgs
Position: Defender
International: 9 caps, 1 goals (as of September 3, 2000)
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Newell's Old Boys, Boca Juniors
Transfer Fee: $20.00 Millions of Dollars
Samuel started his professional career with Newell's, where he played 1 and a half years, before moving to Boca. He was transferred to Boca in the Apertura '97, and he settled as a very important player in the defensive line of the Boca team. In 1997, Walter was member of the Argentine team that won the U-20 World Cup in Malaysia, he also scored in his international senior debut and take part in the Copa America of '99. Scored the goal which gived Boca their pass to the final of the Libertadores. He won the Apertura, Clausura and Libertadores Cup, while playing with the 'Xeneises'.
River Plate & Argentina

Birthdate: December 11, 1981
Birthplace: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Height: 168 cm
Weight: 60 kg
Position: Forward
International: 0 caps, 0 goals
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: None
Transfer Fee: N/A
SS Lazio & Argentina

Birthdate: October 12, 1966
Birthplace: General Lagos, Argentina
Height: 178 cm
Weight: 77 kg
Position: Defender
International: 48 caps, 0 goals
World Cups: 3 (1990, 1994, 1998)
Previous Clubs: Newell's Old Boys, Udinese, AC Parma
Transfer Fee: -
Celta Vigo & Argentina

Birthdate: October 18, 1969
Birthplace: San Nicolás, Argentina
Height: 166 cm
Weight: 67 kg
Position: Defender
International: 22 caps, 1 goals
World Cups: 1 (1998)
Previous Clubs: Quilmes Atletico, Boca Juniors, Luzerne, Arsenal
Transfer Fee: $1.53 Millions of Dollars
Inter Milan & Argentina

Birthdate: August 10, 1973
Birthplace: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Height: 178 cm
Weight: 73 kg
Position: Defender, Midfielder
International: 48 caps, 3 goals
World Cups: 1 (1998)
Previous Clubs: Talleres, Banfield
Transfer Fee: -


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An Airgintín

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Country Code-54

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AR (Internet),
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ARG (ISO 3166),
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Background
Following independence from Spain in 1816, Argentina experienced periods of internal political conflict between conservatives and liberals and between civilian and military factions. After World War II, a long period of Peronist authoritarian rule and interference in subsequent governments was followed by a military junta that took power in 1976. Democracy returned in 1983, and numerous elections since then have underscored Argentina's progress in democratic consolidation.

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    AC Parma & Argentina

    Birthdate: December 21, 1973
    Birthplace: Azul (Buenos Aires), Argentina
    Height: 177 cms
    Weight: 70 kgs
    Position: Central Midfielder
    Games & Goals with National Team: 22 caps, 0 goals (as of April 13, 2000)
    International Debut: March 24, 1996 vs. Bolivia (W 3:1)


    The best defensive midfielder in the world, joined Lazio in 1997 after spells with River Plate in Argentina and Spanish side Seville. Won Libertadores Cup with River Plate and silver medal with Argentina at Atlanta 1996 Olympics. Has revived career with Lazio after nearly giving up at Seville, earning place in Argentine 1998 World Cup team. Almeyda's prime quality is his power of endurance in his role as the tireless ball-winner for the Lazio side. His absence from the side with injury last season coincided with the Rome team's dip in form. A crowd favorite in Rome and Buenos Aires. Nicknamed "Pelado" (the bald man).


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    AS Roma Argentina

    Birthdate: February 1, 1969
    Birthplace: Reconquista, Argentina
    Height: 185 cms
    Weight: 73 kgs
    Position: Forward (Center & Right)
    Games & Goals with National Team: 71 caps, 51 goals (as of June 1, 2000)
    Debut in Argentine Championship: September 25, 1988

    Winner of the Silver Shoe trophie in France 1998 World Cup, Batistuta is one of the best strikers in the world, he is fearless, powerful and sets his sails straight for goal, a real team leader. Known around the world as "BatiGOL" by his facility of making goals. He has a powerful right foot (150 km/h). On January 4, 1998 Batigol scored his 100th Serie A goal. In the last 4 seasons Bati has been linked with a move to AC Milan, Real Madrid, FC Barcelona and Manchester United, as wekll as other Premier Clubs, but nothing has been officialized. Batistuta is the "King of Florence" he is even more famous than Florence's Major. With his move to AS Roma after 9 years with Fiorentina, Batistuta became the best paid forward in the world.

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    SS Lazio & Argentina

    Birthdate: July 5, 1975 Birthplace: Florida (Buenos Aires), Argentina Height: 184 cms Weight: 78 kgs Position: Forward Games & Goals with National Team: 23 caps, 8 goals (as of June 1, 2000) International Debut: February 14, 1995 vs. Bulgaria (W 4:1)

    He has won everything in South America - the Argentine league, the Panamerican league, the Libertadores Cup and a silver medal at the Olympics. Hernan Crespo arrived in Italy in 1996 with this outstanding CV. At Parma he has lived up to it all and has been in superb form throughout the last three seasons. In 1998-99 he beat his personal best, scoring 28 goals. He is completely at home in the penalty area and has also proved himself on more than one occasion with spectacular long-range efforts. Has not always played as well for his country as he does for his club. He is the terror of the rival defenders. Nicknamed "Valdanito" because of his physic similarities with Jorge Valdano, 1986 World Champion. Argentine fans are still waiting for Crespo to give goals as Batistuta does for his country.
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    Birthdate: January 18, 1976
    Birthplace: Merlo, Argentina
    Height: 165 cms
    Weight: 68 kgs
    Position: Midfielder
    Games & Goals with National Team: 35 caps, 11 goals (as of June 2, 2000)
    Argentine Championship Debut: April 18, 1993 vs. Newell's Old Boys (W 2-0)


    Since Bolivia's Copa America in 1997, Gallardo has exploited as a world-class footballer and the evolution has not stopped. "Muñeco" possess a great vision of the game and precision in the pass, but in occasions he take advantage of his ability and attempt a lot of dribbles that not always prospers. Marcelo is a specialist in the free kicks and a great penalty kick shooter. In the summer of 1999 he moved to French side AS Monaco for $9.36 millions of dollars.
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    Birthdate: July 17, 1974
    Birthplace: Rio Tercero (Cordoba), Argentina
    Height: 178 cms
    Weight: 75 kgs
    Position: Forward
    Games & Goals with National Team: 31 caps, 5 goals (as of June 1, 2000)
    International Debut: April 24, 1996 vs. Bolivia (W 3:1)

    Claudio Lopez is a forward that likes to play near the bands, but that does not mean that he is always away of target, he is constantly moving on the rival's goal area. The "Piojo" is explosive, fast, skillful and amazing in his dribblings. He can shoot from long distances, make a dribble at anytime he need it and almost always he is victorious on one-on-one battles. If you were his personal marker and he confronts you, you have 2 things to tell him: Good Bye!

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    River Plate & Argentina

    Birthdate: March 4, 1974
    Birthplace: Jujuy, Argentina
    Height: 171 cms
    Weight: 65 kgs
    Position: Midfielder
    Games & Goals with National Team: 67 caps, 16 goals (as of June 6, 2000)
    Debut in Argentine Championship: December 14, 1991 vs Platense

    A brilliant dribbler and the most talented player in the Argentine side. Ortega cannot really be termed a midfielder - the Argentine's playmaking talents preclude such a tag. He is happiest playing in the hole behind the strikers although he can comfortably play more of a holding role in midfield or as a forward. Long considered heir apparent to Diego Maradona, Ortega has often been handed a free role in the Argentine midfield and with it Maradona's old number 10 shirt. He scored a superb goal against Ireland in an April 1998 friendly that said everything about his balance, deft touch and eye for goal. Played extraordinarily in all Argentina's France 1998 World Cup games, but was ejected vs. Holland after hitting Edwin van der Sar on the head. Transferred from relegated Sampdoria to AC Parma for $12 Millions of Dollars.

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    Birthdate: November 7, 1973
    Birthplace: La Plata (Buenos Aires), Argentina
    Height: 188 cms
    Weight: 83 kgs
    Position: Forward
    Games & Goals with National Team: 6 caps, 3 goals (as of December 3, 1999)
    Debut in Argentine Championship: July 5, 1992 vs. San Lorenzo (D 0:0)



    Martin Palermo's career has grown as the foam, since his arrival to Boca Juniors. Its year of consecration was 1998, he was named the best player of South America, over great ones like Chilavert and Gamarra, helped Boca to won the 17th Championship in the club history and was also the Argentine league top-scorer, breaking the record of most goals scored in a season. Received his first call to the Argentine National Team, when Marcelo Bielsa was named head coach. Apparently everything was ready for Palermo to play with Lazio, but a very serious injury minutes before scoring his 100th goal in Argentine First Division League, kept him out of playing for many games. And in his return in Copa Libertadore's second leg Quarter Final v River Plate, he scored the third goal for the xeneises to give Boca their pass to semifinals.
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    Birthdate: June 6, 1969
    Birthplace: Adrogue (Buenos Aires), Argentina
    Height: 186 cms
    Weight: 80 kgs
    Position: Midfielder (Center)
    Games & Goals with National Team: 40 caps, 1 goal (as of September 12, 1999)
    Debut in Argentine Championship: September 29, 1985 vs Gimansia y Esgrima

    He conjugate like nobody his force and technique and h know how to exercise the paper of leader with an unquestionable authority. Also, he has winning character. Gifted of a quality technical and of a great physical strength, the Argentine midfielder provides of a wide range of resources, only secret for the stars. Fernando is an elegant and spectacular player. He like to have the ball, being who the one decides which becomes with him, manage the matches. He always play for behind the ball, that distributes extraordinarily thanks to his excellent vision of game and precision in the pass. Other virtues are the security of his actions and the capacity in order to maintain the ball in his power. He protects the ball like nobody. His technical quality is the first resource; if the things get complicated, Redondo employ his strength and physical span in order to impede that the contrary score a goal; finally, if it is necessary, he use the elbows. Proud and temperamental, he don't waver in being necessary to committ foul if rivals rob him the ball.
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    Birthdate: April 28, 1970
    Birthplace: Buenos Aires, Argentina
    Height: 180 cms
    Weight: 75 kgs
    Position: Midfielder (Center)
    Games & Goals with National Team: 89 caps, 11 goals (as of June 1, 2000)
    International Debut: July 14, 1988 vs. Australia (L 1:4)

    Diego Pablo Simeone is the typical player wished by everybody in their team, but also hated by everybody of the rest of teams. The warrior of the team, he never leaves a ball without fighting for it. Is a race player, full of character, able to intimidate anybody without depending where he is. Moved to Societa Sportiva Lazio of Rome for $11.36 millions of dollars. Diego is nicknamed "Cholo".

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    Birthdate: March 9, 1975
    Birthplace: La Plata (Buenos Aires), Argentina
    Height: 186 cms
    Weight: 79 kgs
    Position: Midfielder
    Games & Goals with National Team: 31 caps, 4 goals (as of June 13, 2000)
    Italian Serie A Debut: September 8, 1996 vs. Perugia (L 0:1)

    Juan Veron is able to act in several positions of the midfield zone, as well as an organizer or as any other place on the midfield. Nevertheless, he is frequently utilized on the right zone. He collaborates in the tasks of organization and aid in the contention of the rival, pressuring continually and robbing a good number of balls in each game. Very resistant physically, with a notable technical quality and vision of game, Sebastian doesn't hesitate to shoot to goal when he has the ball controlled near to the rival's area. His personality and winning character are contagious in many occasions to his companions. His powerful shot converts him in a very dangerous footballer in the launches of free kicks. Nicknamed "La Brujita", after his father's nickname "La Bruja".
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    Argentina
    Nickname Albicelestes
    (
    White and Sky blue)
    Association Argentine Football Association
    Coach José Pekerman (2004-)
    Most caps Diego Simeone (106)
    Top scorer Gabriel Batistuta (56)
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    First international
     Uruguay 2 - 3 Argentina
    (Montevideo, Uruguay; 16 May 1901)
    Largest win
    Argentina 12 - 0 Ecuador
    (Montevideo, Uruguay; 22 January 1942)
    Worst defeat
     Czechoslovakia 6 - 1 Argentina
    (Helsingborg, Sweden; 15 June 1958)
     Uruguay 5 - 0 Argentina
    (Guayaquil, Ecuador; 16 December 1959)
    Argentina 0 - 5 Colombia
    (Buenos Aires, Argentina; 5 September 1993)
    World Cup
    Appearances 14 (First in 1930)
    Best result Winners, 1978 and 1986
    Copa América
    Appearances 37 (First in 1916)
    Best result Winners, 1921, 1925, 1927,
     1929, 1937, 1941, 1945,
     1946, 1947, 1955, 1957,
     1959, 1991, 1993

    The Argentina national football team is the national football team of Argentina and is controlled by the Argentine Football Association.

    Argentina is one of the most successful national football teams, having won two World Cups and one Olympic Title. Argentina and Uruguay hold the record for the most international matches played against two countries, there have been 161 matches played against each other since 1901. The first match against Uruguay was the first official international match to be played outside Britain. (Although Canada and the United States played two internationals in 1885 and 1886, neither match is considered official; Canada did not play an official international until 1904 and the USA did not play one until 1916.)

    Argentina has appeared in four World Cup finals, including the first final in 1930, which they lost 4-2 to Uruguay. They won the final at their next attempt in 1978, beating the Netherlands 3-1 and also won in 1986 (led by Diego Maradona), a 3-2 victory over West Germany. Their last final was in 1990, which they lost 1-0 to West Germany.

    Argentina have been very successful in Copa América, winning it eleven times and also winning the 'extra' South American Championships in 1941, 1945 and 1946.

    Besides the 2004 Gold Medal at the Olympic Games, Argentina won the Silver Medal in 1928 and 1996.

    It also won the Confederations Cup and the Kirin Cup, both in 1992.

    Since the competition's creation in 1977, Argentina have won five titles in the World Youth Championship :

    • Japan, 1979 with Diego Maradona and Ramón Díaz
    • Qatar, 1995 with Juan Pablo Sorín
    • Malaysia, 1997 with Juan Román Riquelme, Esteban Cambiasso, and Pablo Aimar
    • Argentina, 2001 with Javier Saviola, and Andrés D'Alessandro
    • Netherlands, 2005 with Lionel Messi, and Sergio Agüero

    Three of these titles were won by the current national coach Jose Pekerman (1995,1997 and 2001).

    A pre-tournament favourite again at Korea/Japan 2002 World Cup, they were eliminated earlier than expected to the surprise of many, losing in a memorable game against England in the most hotly anticipated match of the entire opening stage.

    On June 8, 2005, they qualified for their 14th World Cup Finals appearance by beating arch rivals Brazil 3-1 in Buenos Aires.

    Contents

    • 1 World Cup record
    • 2 Copa América record
    • 3 Famous players 
      • 3.1 Former Managers
    • 4 2006 World Cup Squad
    • 5 See also
    • 6 External links




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    Argentina in Greek
    Ουσ. Αργεντινή

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    Argentina in Esperanto
    Argentino

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    Argentina in Afrikaans
    Argentinië

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    Argentina in Chinese (s)
    [E] Argentina (n) [P] Argentina (f) [C] 阿根廷

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    Argentina in Interlingua
    Argentina

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    Argentina in Arabic
    الأرجنتين

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    الأرجنتين
    Short name: AR, ARGCountry code: +54

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    الأرجنتين

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    Superintendencia de Administradoras de Fondos de Jubilaciones y Pensiones [Argentina]

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    Argentina

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    = Argentina.
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    Argentina in Russian
    (n) Аргентина

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    аргентина

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    n. Аргентина

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    Argentina

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    Argentinië

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    Argentina

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    arjantin

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    i. Arjantin.

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    i. Arjantin.

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    (อาร์เจนที'นา) n. ประเทศอาร์เจนตินา คำที่มีความหมายเหมือนกัน: -the Argentine,Argentine Republic

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    ประเทศอาร์เจนตินา

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    Argentina in Italian
    Argentina

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    Argentina

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    argentina

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    s Argentina

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    Argentina in Polish
    Argentyna f

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    Argentina in French
    Argentina [A:dFBn'ti:nB] n Argentine f.

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    Argentine

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    Argentine Short name: AR, ARGCountry code: +54

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    Argentina

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    Argentina

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    (n) аргентина

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