Argentina's head coach Alejandro Sabella has guided Argentina to their first semi-final in 24 years.(AP Photo/Victor R. Caivano)
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When Alejandro Sabella was handed the task of reviving Argentina's fortunes after a poor campaign at the 2011 Copa America, not everyone in his homeland was convinced he was the right man.Some have queried if the team relies too much on four-time world footballer of the year Lionel Messi but if that is the case it only goes to prove that Sabella took the right decision when he took over at the helm by swiftly installing him as captain.Unlike some of his predecessors Sabella has not hesitated to tailor his team in order to make the most of the four-time World Player of the Year's talents. However it was not until Sabella was appointed Estudiantes manager in early 2009 that his coaching career took off.
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