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Argentina squad for friendly against Japan

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BUENOS AIRES, Nov 6 (Reuters) - Argentina have announced the following squad for their friendly international away to Japan on November 20.

Goalkeepers - Roberto Bonano (Barcelona, Spain), Pablo Cavallero (Celta, Spain)

Defenders - Roberto Ayala (Valencia, Spain), Mauricio Pochettino (Paris Saint Germain, France), Diego Placente (Bayer Leverkusen, Germany), Facundo Quiroga (Sporting Lisbon, Portugal), Juan Pablo Sorin (Lazio, Italy), Walter Samuel (AS Roma, Italy), Javier Zanetti (Inter Milan, Italy).

Midfielders - Lionel Scaloni (Deportivo Coruna, Spain), Juan Sebastian Veron (Manchester United, England), Juan Riquelme (Barcelona, Spain), Matias Almeyda (Inter Milan, Italy), Santiago Solari (Real Madrid, Spain), Pablo Aimar, (Valencia, Spain), Kily Gonzalez (Valencia, Spain).

Forwards - Claudio Lopez (Lazio, Italy), Ariel Ortega (Fenerbahce, Turkey), Javier Saviola (Barcelona, Spain), Hernan Crespo (Inter Milan, Italy).

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