Mexico made it a clean six-point sweep in its pair of March World Cup qualifiers, riding Diego Reyes's second-half header to a 1-0 win at Trinidad & Tobago on Tuesday.The win wasn't without controversy, as Trinidad & Tobago had an apparently good goal
* Third-tier club chairman Tapia to rule AFA * Will appeal to FIFA for shorter Messi suspension * Argentina fifth in South American qualifiers (Adds quotes) BUENOS AIRES, March 29 (Reuters) - The Argentine FA, lacking proper leadership since 2015 and fearful its national team might not reach the World Cup finals without banned captain Lionel Messi, elected a third-tier club chairman and former roadsweeper as its president on Wednesday. Claudio Tapia of Barracas Central, who play in the Primera B Metropolitana division, was the sole candidate in the election but still needed the support of a majority of delegates, which he achieved by scooping 40 of 43 votes cast.
Claudio Ranieri is aiming to make a return to management in the Premier League after turning down four job offers since being sacked by Leicester City in February, according to reports. The 65-year-old was sacked just nine months after guiding the Foxes from 15th in the Premier League table to the most unlikely champion last summer. Ranieri has rejected all of them, as he favors a return to the top tier of English football.