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Argentina's new coach Edgardo Bauza has set his mind to wooing Lionel Messi back from international retirement as he ponders his squad for next month's South American 2018 World Cup qualifiers.Bauza was named Monday to replace Gerardo Martino, who resigned a month ago after steering Messi's side to two successive Copa America Finals which ended in penalty shootout defeats to Chile.The more recent of those results in the Copa America Centenario in the United States in June led to Messi deciding to quit the team. Bauza, a former central defender, rejected a tag as a defensive coach, saying: "I'm one of those who think that all [the team] have to defend.The top four teams after 18 matches go through to the Russia finals while the fifth-placed team goes into an intercontinental playoff for one more berth.
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