Mateo Musacchio has the chance to prove his worth to the Argentine national team during the international break. Things are about to get serious for South America's national teams. Since the World Cup it's been nothing but friendlies, with plenty ... ESPN Soccernet, 1 month ago
Diego Forlan of Uruguay reacts. Photograph: Matthias Hangst/Getty Images Diego Forlan, whose fine performances and five goals helped Uruguay finish fourth in the 2010 World Cup, announced his retirement from international football on Thursday. Forlan, who scored 36 goals in 112 matches for Uruguay during a 13-year international career that included three World Cups, announced his decision at a news conference in Japan where he plays for Cerezo Osaka. "It was a very difficult decision, having ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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