World Cup 2010: Argentina Coach Diego Maradona Still Uncertain About Starting XI For Nigeria Clash

The Argentinian coach has yet to decided which XI will start the match against Nigeria...
Argentina start the 2010 World Cup with a match against Nigeria on June 12, but head coach Diego Armando Maradona is still uncertain about the Albiceleste's line-up for the match against the Super Eagles.

"The team will be decided a very few days before the Nigeria match. I have 23 wildcats prepared to leave their skins on the pitch. With each training session it gets harder to decide," Maradona was quoted as saying by reporters.

The Argentina coach also pointed out that it's not too much of a problem that they have played only one friendly match in the build-up towards this summer's tournament.

"I'm not concerned because our practices carry you to a level you might not reach in a match, risking injury to one or more players. Argentines should relax because to beat this team our rivals will have to put all their beef on the grill."

Argentina also face Greece and South Korea in the group phase of the World Cup.

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