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Dunga picks "rookie" Brazil squad for Copa America given Olympic priorities

Dunga's squad for the Copa is a curious one but makes sense given the national team's thought process.

The metaphor will only make sense for those living in the Northern Hemisphere, perhaps, but Dunga does seem to have done a good old spring cleaning in Brazil for the 2016 Copa America. After already naming a provisional squad that raised some eyebrows, the Selecao commander announced his final list for the competition on Thursday, a selection that stood out for its cull of players who took part in Brazil's infamous 2014 World Cup campaign. More specifically, players who were on the pitch on the...

 By Tom Marshall

Paul Aguilar is only name atop Mexico depth chart not playing in Europe

ESPN FC's Brian McBride assesses Giovani Dos Santos' growing importance for the LA Galaxy.

The Copa America Centenario is less than one month away, and with the final squad list due by May 20, it's time for one final look at Mexico's depth chart ahead of a key tournament.

The real strength of Mexico's pool right now is that youngsters such as Carlos Salcedo, Hirving Lozano and Orbelin Pineda are pushing more established names and providing a level of competition for places that will encourage head coach Juan Carlos Osorio.

The holes are a lack of depth on the left side of the team, from...

United States' Copa America roster: Five questions to be answered

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol gushes over Christian Pulisic but says he should be developed alongside veteran players.

The United States' 40-man preliminary roster for next month's Copa America Centenario was released on Sunday. By May 20, the list must be cut to 23.

Ahead of those reductions, Jeff Carlisle and Doug McIntyre discuss the key questions that must be answered.

1. This is a veteran-heavy group with a lot of holdovers from the 2014 World Cup. Is that the right way to go?

Carlisle: I think that depends on the definition of "veteran-heavy." Granted there are still plenty of 30-somethings but, given the...

U.S. Hot List: Brad Guzan, Tim Howard a headache for Jurgen Klinsmann

The ESPN FC crew discuss the rise of Christian Pulisic and the excitement about his future with Dortmund and the United States.

U.S. keepers Brad Guzan and Tim Howard have both endured tough Premier League campaigns.

It's perhaps the biggest lineup question facing the national team ahead of next month's Copa America Centenario: Who will United States coach Jurgen Klinsmann start in goal? Brad Guzan or Tim Howard?

Two weeks from now, the two veteran keepers will arrive in camp in Miami coming off some tough seasons in the Premier League. Guzan has been a punching bag for hapless Aston Villa, perhaps the worst team ever to play in the Prem. Meanwhile, 2014 World Cup hero Howard lost his starting job at Everton...

United States' Copa America roster a look at what's in store this summer

The ESPN FC crew discuss the rise of Christian Pulisic and the excitement about his future with Dortmund and the United States.

U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann loves keeping people on their toes, but there weren't too many surprises on the 40-man preliminary roster for next month's Copa America Centenario when it was released on Sunday evening.

There were a few interesting selections, however, and several notable omissions. With 17 cuts to be made before Klinsmann submits his final 23-man squad on May 20, the fact is this list tells us little about those on the bubble. But beyond the names were clues about how Klinsmann could...

 By Tim Vickery

South America bringing strong squads to Copa America Centenario

The ESPN FC crew debate whether playing in the Olympics over Copa America makes sense for Neymar and Brazil.

Coach Jose Pekerman, as ever, has kept his cards close to his chest and Colombia's provisional Copa America squad of 40 has, at the time of writing, yet to see the light of day.

It will make for interesting reading. How will the Colombians reconcile the Copa with their participation in the Rio Olympics? Last week it was announced that Olympic coach Carlos Restrepo will be on the staff during the Copa. Is this a hint that Pekerman is taking a young squad to the USA in June? Time will tell.