Friday, 28 June, 2002, 10:51 GMT 11:51 UK
Pekerman ahead of Ruggeri
Ex-Argentina youth team boss Jose Pekerman is the favourite to replace Marcelo Bielsa, but Oscar Ruggeri is also in the running.
Lesser of two evils?
Argentines face a difficult choice between supporting Brazil or England in the quarter-final on Friday.
A gloomy homecoming
Argentina's players get a bitter-sweet reception, following their unexpected elimination from the World Cup.
Batistuta to be honoured
Argentina's government is keen to honour Gabriel Batistuta by staging a friendly match for him.
Batistuta's 'sad' retirement
Argentina striker Gabriel Batistuta says their early exit from the World Cup is a painful end to his international career.
Press cries for Argentina
The Argentine press reflects the anguish after the much-fancied national squad crashes out of the World Cup.
Hedman hails heroes
Sweden goalkeeper Magnus Hedman says his side have proved people wrong by topping Group F.
Argentina's soccer dream ends
Peter Greste is with the crowds in Buenos Aires for an emotional roller coaster that results in Argentina's exit from the World Cup.
England's sweet revenge
England earn a stirring 1-0 victory over Argentina that gives them every chance of progressing at the World Cup.
Path cleared for Maradona
Argentina legend Diego Maradona is finally granted permission to enter Japan to watch the World Cup finals.
Silence golden for Bielsa
Argentina coach Marcelo Bielsa is keen to avoid a war of words developing ahead of his side's match against England.
Veron relief at win
Argentina captain Juan Sebastian Veron is pleased to have made a winning start at the World Cup.
Batistuta sinks Nigeria
Gabriel Batistuta scores to give World Cup favourites Argentina a 1-0 win over Nigeria in Group F.
Onigbinde upbeat in defeat
Nigeria coach Adegboye Onigbinde says he is pleased with his team's performance despite their 1-0 defeat to Argentina.