Copa America 2016

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    My Cup Runneth Over

    The Copa America Centenario has reached the knockout stage. The quarter-finals are set. The United States will take on Ecuador in Seattle on Thursday, followed by Peru and Colombia in New...

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    Mexico last gasp

    Jesus Corona supplied a screamer for Mexico to seal a 1-1 draw with Venezuela, ensuring it finished top of Group C. Substitute Jesus “Tecatito” Corona waited late for his moment of...

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    Chile rob Bolivia

    Gillette Stadium – Bolivia were ready to celebrate against defending Copa America champions Chile after Jhasmani Campos, scored a jaw-dropping goal. Then, in the late minutes of the match, everything collapsed as...

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    Uruguay are Out!

    Uruguay were knocked out of the Copa America as they lost 1-0 to Venezuela in Philadelphia when WBA striker Salomon Rondon tapped in the only goal as Venezuela stunned the world and reached...

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    Copa America Week 1

    It looked like an evening of relative ease in Group A for the United States and Colombia on Tuesday. The U.S. waltzed over Costa Rica 4-0 at Soldier Field in Chicago, and Colombia took a...

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    Copa Begins

    From the iconic Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, California, Nick Webster lets us know what is happening in the Copa.

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    States Roll the Ticos

    Chicago – Clint Dempsey was simply unplayable and the United States stood strong after its opening loss in the Copa America with a convincing 4-0 victory over Costa Rica on Tuesday night. Jermaine...

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    Who will Win Copa America 2016

    Ready for the Copa America Centenario? With the tournament just around the corner, our very own Nate Abaurrea and myself have given us their expert opinions on what to expect for groups...

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    The 23

    Jurgen Klinsmann discusses he choices for the 23 man roster to represent the USMNT at this years Copa America.

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    Jurgen Klinsmann on Playing Puerto Rico

    The development of the national team and playing identity is discussed by USMNT’s head coach, Jurgen Klinsmann.