Argentina look to add to their World Cup tally.
With their country’s greatest player at the helm, Argentina are sure to be an interesting prospect at South Africa 2010.
The legendary Diego Maradona took charge of the national team in 2008 and has already brought with him the headlines and controversy that regularly surrounded him as a player - a record-equalling 6-1 defeat to Bolivia and a two-month ban for improper conduct just two such incidents. But despite such distractions Argentina are still very much be a force to be reckoned with.
With the likes of Lionel Messi, Carlos Tevez and Gonzalo Higuain leading the line, the South Americans certainly have the firepower to significantly add to their current tally of 65
World Cup games played. Whether they can successfully navigate the necessary seven required to lift the Cup for a third time, however, is another matter.
For Maradona, victory would place him in even more esteemed company, joining Brazil's Mario Zagallo and Germany's Franz Beckenbauer as the only people to win the World Cup as a player and manager.