It doesn't take long for former Barcelona boss, Tata Martino to stay out of job after quitting the Catalan as another huge challenge already awaits him after being appointed by Argentina Football Federation to become new Albiceleste boss.
Following their success in winning World Cup 2014, another German senior players have decided to end their international career as after Philipp Lahm, this time it's Miroslav Klose's turn to call it off.
Already winning many trophies including the recent World Cup 2014, there's some concern regarding Bayern Munich's German international stars as there's a fear that they might be losing that extra motivation for the upcoming season.
The decision rregarding Alejandro Sabella's future with that has been delayed for a while has finally been cleared as he decided to quit his position as Argentina head coach.
It was far from a surprise since the veteran tactician already considering that decision just before Albiceleste's World Cup final meeting against Germany earlier this month.
After enjoying their World Cup winning moment in Brazil, Germany players finally got back to their home land where they received an exciting welcome as fans were also keen on celebrating their national side's success.
Goals are not the only moment which colored this year's World Cup 2014 matches as there were many excellent saves made by goal keepers throughout the tournament.
From the early stages until the knock out round, football fans can found several top saves made by various goalies which rescued their team from potential battering or helping them in winning matches.
Failing to win the World Cup title this year surely left bitter taste for Argentina, especially their star man, Lionel Messi as it was his biggest target in recent years.
However, the Barcelona man still give praises towards his teammates for their fine performance in the World Cup final as Argentina received a warm welcome back home from their loyal supporters.
Luiz Felipe Scolari finally ending his reign as Brazil national team coach as the tactician decided to step down from his role knowing that Brazil Football Federation (CBF) are not keen on renewing the veteran tactician's contract.
Argentina's failure in winning their third World Cup trophy really left a bitter taste for Lionel Messi as Albiceleste skipper revealed that not even his success in getting the tournament's best player award can console him.
It was a night that no German fans will be able to forget as their national side successfully won 2014 World Cup after defeating Argentina through Mario Goetze's extra time goal.
Joachim Low's men victory this year was something that deserved recognition indeed as they're broken several record along the way, such as becoming the first European side to win in American soil, having Miroslav Klose becoming the tournament's all time top scorer and others.
It was not a memorable day for Argentinian football as their dream in winning the third World Cup title was washed away with a single goal from Mario Goetze during extra time.
Not only being felt by the players, but disappointment also tasted by their supporters, especially those who came all the way to Brazil and give their excellent support for Lionel Messi and co.