Sunday, July 17, 2016

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With rivals Argentina and Uruguay having twice taken first, the time has come for the Selecao to complete their set and finally end their wait for Olympic glory

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

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The Uruguay boss Oscar Tabarez, who has been diagnosed with Guillain-Barre syndrome, has been sent a message of support by his former club

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The 20-year-old Uruguayan promise has come to prominence during his time in Gran Canaria, but he is only focused on the upcoming pre-season with his current side

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

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Oscar Tabarez's men crashed out at the group stage of the competition but the striker insists his side can come back in good shape for the World Cup qualifiers

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Goal took in the action in Santa Clara, where la Celeste exited the Copa America in a winning fashion, condemning the Reggae Boyz to their third straight loss without scoring

Sunday, June 12, 2016

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After two straight defeats sent Luis Suarez' side packing from the Copa America Centenario, the Atletico Madrid full-back has urged Brazil to avoid the same fate

Friday, June 10, 2016

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Luis Suarez threw a tantrum when he realized he wouldn't play Thursday, but his coach made it clear seeing the field was never an option for the striker.

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Salomon Rondon sends the Vinotinto top of Group C and on the verge of qualifying for the knockout stage, as they all but end the Celeste's Copa America campaign

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Oscar Tabarez's must bounce back with a win against La Vinotinto in Philadelphia on Friday after falling to defeat last time out against Mexico in Group C

Thursday, June 9, 2016

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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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The Barcelona star did not play any part in Sunday's defeat to Mexico, and has still not reached match fitness after suffering an injury in the Copa del Rey final

Monday, June 6, 2016

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It might not be as organized as the Euros, but Sunday's Mexico vs Uruguay match gave the world a taste of what fans in the Americas have come to expect

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An equalizer for Uruguay after Mexico had a player harshly sent off set off a fight in the stands, along with objects being tossed onto the pitch.

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Wild scenes in Glendale as late goals from Rafa Marquez and Hector Herrera send the 10-man El Tri off to a flying start against the 10-man Celeste

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Uruguay's introduction to the Copa American Centenario included the playing of the Chile national anthem instead of its own.

Saturday, June 4, 2016

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With a passionate crowd behind them and Javier Hernandez in fine form, Al Hain-Cole is backing El Tri to prove too strong for a side missing their star man for this clash

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The 2016-17 Laws of the Game were released by IFAB this week, meaning the tournament, starting on Friday, will be the first platform for the new rules

Friday, June 3, 2016

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With the Sweden international's exit already confirmed, the PSG chief is looking to Cavani to step up and become the club's main goalscoring outlet in the coming season

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The Copa America Centenario has a stacked field, and Goal USA's Ives Galarcep sizes up the odds of winning the tournament for all 16 teams.

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The governor of Arizona and mayor of Phoenix welcomed the Mexican national team to Arizona as the team prepares to begin its Copa America Centenario campaign.