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did you get to watch the match last night?
how did Ortegita look ?
He made a few good passes but I don’t think it is possible to draw any conclusions from last night’s game.
I don’t know if I would even call it a friendly, it was more like a practice session.
i found it funny how the Haiti Team was more excited to meet Diego and take a picture with him, then playing the game…
What just bothers me the most is, and no offense to any other countries, but why is it that we are playing friendlies with teams that are not strong..
we’ve always played with teams from Europe.. games that make sense.. not like the one’s we’ve Been playing..
Yeah, the same thing happened in the Jamaica friendly.
I agree with you. It really makes no sense to play against third rate teams even in friendlies.
Maradona was angry about the cancellation of the game in Dubai.
That was also going to be another meaningless game.
Maradona said after last night’s game that he was able to draw conclusions and clarify questions he had about players based on the game.
To think that he’s making decisions about the WC squad based on last night’s game is more than laughable.
It is tragic.
I dont think this could be considered a friendly it was just a game to raise money for Haiti considering what happened ther not too long ago just a charity game but Maradona took the opportunity to try some new things but it wasnt nothing serious
Actually, it was a game to raise money to pay Maradona’s salary.
lol seems about right
I’m not so concerned about the quality of this match, because the only thing that really matters is game time with the final squad. These matches mean little. I’m also worried about injuries to key players during one of these games.
Actually, it’s sad no ones made the point that Diego doing a great job capping young Argentine footballers. i.e. Eduardo Salvio, Nicolás Gaitán, Matías De Federico, Juan Forlín, Franco Zuculini, all U-22 and playing for clubs outside Argentina. Maradona has planted the seeds of tomorrows Albiceleste, with no regard for barren opinion.
Its crazy to say that tommorows Argentina squad loks bright when todays argentina has just gotten started Higuain 22 Messi 22 Dimaria 21 patore 20 Banega 21 Aguero 22 and the list goes on if we play our cards right argentina has a very bright future we could truely make this our golden decade where we win everything in our way lets hope so… Vamos Argentina!!!
We’ve been saying that for years. When does the reward come? We have constantly had the best young players in the world. When do they produce for the NT as senior players? I’m tired of waiting for the future that never comes.
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