Saturday, July 4, 2015

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COMMENT: The Copa America has been marked by ultra-defensive displays, negative tactics and foul play, but will conclude with the meeting of its two best finest footballing sides

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The 52-year-old is prepared for a tough test in the Copa America final but states his men have the know-how after their recent World Cup campaign to win

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Los Incas struck twice after half-time to seal a third-place Copa America finish for the second consecutive edition of the tournament

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The defender was instantly impressed by the Dutchman last summer and has no doubt that he is too much of "a winner" to fail to land the club's first silverware since 2012-13

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The battle of Copa America's losing semi-finalists takes place in Concepcion - find out who can claim third place LIVE with Goal!

Friday, July 3, 2015

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The Colombia international has pledged to help the club return to their place among the elite of European football after sealing his move from Sevilla

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The Brazil international will replace Marco Storari as Gianluigi Buffon's "deputy" in Turin after signing a four-year deal with the Italian champions

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The winger says Gerard Martino's men are determined to rectify the fact that the Albiceleste have not been South American champions since 1993

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The midfielder has been confirmed as the latest new arrival in what is proving to be a very busy summer transfer window for the Turkish giants

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Either Argentina or Chile will end their wait for international honours on Saturday when they contest the continental final in Santiago.

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Chief executive Giuseppe Marotta says the club has not received any offers for the pair and expressed his delight with the Old Lady's summer business so far

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Coach Ricardo Gareca has challenged his players to build on their showing in Chile this month by securing qualification for Russia 2018

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COMMENT: The Juve midfielder faces the biggest moment of his career as he looks to win back the support of his nation and the doting eyes of Europe's biggest clubs