Despite remaining cautiously optimistic about his side's chances of reaching the finals in Brazil, the ex-Estudiantes boss was delighted to have left La Paz with a point Alejandro Sabella has hailed his Argentina players for overcoming the effects of playing at high altitude to rescue a 1-1 draw with Bolivia in World Cup 2014 qualifying on Tuesday. The Albiceleste went down to a Marcelo Moreno header midway through the first half, but a point was secured at the Hernando Siles - some 3,637m above sea level - thanks to Ever Banega on the cusp of half-time. "It was a great game and our performance in the last 25 minutes alone deserved a win. The group of players who produced this good result will have become stronger," Sabella said after the match. "But we must go slowly and think about the difficult games that lie ahead, even if we have a big chance of qualifying [for the World Cup finals in Brazil]. "These matches have proved that I have a tightly-knitted bunch who are consolidating themselves, but the others are also working very hard to make my task of [choosing a 23-man squad] even more difficult."
Maksimir stadium in the Croatian capital Zagreb in May 1990. Then there was the Yugoslav state, it should be a normal league game between the hosts Dinamo Zagreb and the Serbian team Red Star Belgrade are. The game did not take place not. Even before the game there were riots: the ultras, nationalist football fans from both sides went at each other, and finally it came to a fight with the police. One of the best players in the history of Croatian football, Zvonimir Boban was, on the day in history: He was involved in the brawl, as he kicked a policeman who had previously defeated one Dinamo fan. If the image has become a symbol for the subsequent bloody split of Yugoslavia.
The "kicker" Hoeness asked which of the current Bayern players could work on the track for the German giants. Hoeness: "Philipp Lahm and Thomas Mueller you in five, ten years manhandle into position. Or Manuel Neuer. It can be in ten years Manager, I guarantee. " The goalkeeper (36 caps) as Bayern manager? The "kicker" Manuel answers New (26) on this offer. New: "I was directly approached by acquaintances on Monday it. There is still time, but not without interest to hear this. " New can imagine the job as manager at Bayern! Bayern general manager - a task in which one enters into giant footsteps. Hoeness himself was from 1979 to 2009 more than 30 years manager of FC Bayern and made the club the most successful and best-selling sports club in Germany. Bavaria's new manager is (still) future music. When the current contract expires in 2016 and the goalkeeper, he is only 30 years old. Much too early for a Keeper, then quit already active career. States: New will play at least until 2020, if not longer. And then Bayern manager?