Hot on the foot rear areas of Diego Maradona, another Argentine World Cup victor has tossed his cap into the ring to wind up the following national group mentor.
Jorge Sampaoli may in any case be opposing strain to leave after Argentina’s World Cup calamity and last 16 end against France in Russia, however now Mario Kempes has said he needs to assume control.
“Obviously!” he said when asked by current managers ESPN, for whom he fills in as a pundit, on the off chance that he would be keen on the activity.
“There’s a considerable measure of work to do however there’s sufficient time to think of a decent venture to handle an extremely intriguing test, and I’m certain it would win,” said
Kempes, Argentina’s star striker amid their 1978 World Cup triumph, scoring two objectives in the last.
His declaration comes only two days after legend Maradona, who lifted the World Cup in 1986, offered to mentor the group for nothing.
Maradona put in two years at the Argentina steerage from 2008 to 2010 yet observed his side crash out of the South Africa World Cup in a lowering 4-0 quarter-last annihilation to Germany.
The 63-year-old Kempes, however, has not trained since 2002 and his vocation was not really radiant, taking in groups in Indonesia, Albania, Costa Rica and Bolivia, and also bring down alliance sides in Spain and Italy.