FILE - In this Feb. 19, 2015, file photo, Edgardo Bauza coach of Argentina's San Lorenzo reacts during a Copa Libertadores soccer game against Uruguay's Danubio in Montevideo, Uruguay. (AP Photo/Matilde Campodonico, File)
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Argentina named coach Edgardo Bauza to run the national team Monday, as the nation seeks to regain its football prowess and convince superstar Lionel Messi to return from early retirement.Bauza has won two Copa Libertadores -- one in 2014 with Pope Francis's favorite team, San Lorenzo, the other in 2008 with Ecuadoran side LDU Quito.He takes over an Argentina smarting from Barcelona star Messi's abrupt retirement announcement, the departure of coach Gerardo Martino and a series of disappointing losses in big tournaments -- most recently in the Copa America final, the catalyst for Messi's exit.
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