'Never go back' is a common saying, but one Xabier Azkargorta was happy to ignore. The 58-year-old is back with Bolivia and caught up with FIFA.com to answer a few questions.
FIFA.com reviews a weekend that saw Chile register a second successive away win to lead the South American standings, while a thriller in Montevideo sees Uruguay follow closely behind in the race for Brazil 2014.
Two late goals gave Chile a 2-0 victory in Venezuela and moved La Roja to the top of qualifying in South America, where Bolivia claimed their first win by beating Paraguay 3-1.
With leaders Argentina not in action, Chile, Venezuela and Uruguay can all knock La Albiceleste off the top of the South American Zone standings in Brazil 2014 qualifying.
Matchday 5 of the South American qualifiers for Brazil 2014 proved to be a good one for Argentina, who moved to the top of the table thanks to their win and Venezuela’s draw with Uruguay.
Salomon Rondon scored in the 84th minute to snatch a 1-1 draw for Venezuela with Uruguay in South American qualifying for Brazil 2014, while Chile claimed a 2-0 win over Bolivia.