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January 31, 2014


Raza Ali

I've been very impressed with Colombia since Pekerman took over, and think they should be able to make some noise even without Falcao. Always thought Pekerman got a raw deal from the AFA after the 2006 quarterfinal exit v. Germany. And Argentina's youth teams have not been the same since he moved on. Cheers.

Ricardo Piñeres

Raza, I couldn't agree more with your point on Pekerman. Argentina are always a dangerous team, but they have been unable to develop a strong core of young core of defensive players since he left. It will be interesting to see if their offensive prowess will be enough to make up for an aging and, increasingly, unreliable defense. Luckily for Argentina, they should coast through their group stage matches.

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