CONCACAF

Thursday, June 9, 2016

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After sitting out the Copa America Centenario opener against Chile, Lionel Messi will be available for Argentina's match against Panama.

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The midfielder is deputising in the side for the absent Neymar at Copa America and starred with three goals in the Selecao's historic 7-1 win over Haiti on Thursday

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It's easy to forget just how recently the coach took over El Tri, but the Colombian already looks right at home ahead of Thursday's Copa America showdown with Jamaica.

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The Reggae star, O Rei and the Argentine icon are all venerated in their home countries for various reasons, and each Copa participant has its local idols to look up to

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With Wednesday's Canadian Championship elimination to TFC, Montreal will miss out on the 2017-18 CONCACAF Champions League, writes Nick Sabetti.

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

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The Mexico manager is working through his options to replace the midfielder, who is suspended after being sent off in El Tri's Copa America Centenario opener.

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Philippe Coutinho, Renato Augusto, Gabriel and Lucas Lima were all on target as Brazil boosted its Copa America quarterfinal hopes.

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A hat-trick from Philippe Coutinho helped the Selecao on their way to an emphatic Group B victory, with Gabriel Santos, Renato Augusto and Lucas Lima also chipping in with goals

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The Jamaica forward says when the Reggae Boyz meet the team that beat them in the Gold Cup final in Copa America group play, there will be a score to settle.

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Mexico will look to take a firm grip on Group C with a repeat of its 2015 Gold Cup final win over CONCACAF rival Jamaica.

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Ives Galarcep and Thomas Floyd break down the 4-0 win over Costa Rica that puts the U.S. national team in the driver's seat for a quarterfinal berth at the Copa America Centenario.

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Jurgen Klinsmann rued how the result is "all that matters" to some media after the U.S. bounced back from a loss to Colombia in the Copa America opener.

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

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Three first-half goals, and another late, sees the Yanks past Los Ticos in convincing fashion as the hosts avoid an early exit from the Copa America.

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While the team won't take extreme measures, Javier Hernandez's teammates say they'll be happy to help the forward become El Tri's all-time leading scorer.

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While recent reports suggest the two major tournaments could merge in the future, the U.S. Soccer president says there is no truth to the rumors.

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U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati hinted that if Trump is elected the nation's president, the hopes of a World Cup in the next decade could be out of the question.

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The Peruvian sent his side past Haiti, while PSG's star overcame personal tragedy in Monday's repeat of the 2015 final. But who else excelled in the first round of matches?