AP , Wednesday, October 7, 2009 4:30 PM
Argentina coach Diego Maradona
, who has faced intense scrutiny for Argentina's lackluster World Cup qualifying campaign, has suggested that he may quit after the country's
final two qualifying games. "I'm going to see if I continue," Maradona said after Tuesday's training session to prepare for Saturday's home game with Peru. Maradona suggested he
might leave even if Argentina reaches the 32-team tournament in South Africa. "My loyalty is to the guys," Maradona said. "I have everything in the computer to speak and say if I will
continue under my terms or not." Argentina is fifth in the South American qualifying standings. The top four teams get automatic berths to World Cup. The fifth team faces a playoff in November
with the fourth-place finisher from the Concacaf region.
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