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Copa America

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico spots up for grabs as El Tri prepare to face Ecuador, Paraguay

A wax figure of Mexican coach Miguel Herrera was unveiled on Wednesday.

Saturday's clash against Ecuador in Los Angeles and next Tuesday's match in Kansas City against Paraguay may be Mexico's first games of 2015, but time is running out for coach Miguel Herrera to sieve through El Tri's depth pool and come up with two separate and competitive squads for the Gold Cup and Copa America this summer.

The "A" squad will be charged with winning the Gold Cup in the United States in July and sending Mexico through to a Confederations Cup playoff against the U.S. this fall, while...

 By Tim Vickery

Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, Colombia seek fixes over international break

Mateo Musacchio has the chance to prove his worth to the Argentine national team during the international break.

Things are about to get serious for South America's national teams. Since the World Cup it's been nothing but friendlies, with plenty of lucrative trips to the Far East. But the next cycle of competitive matches is soon underway; it starts with the Copa America in Chile in June, and continues soon afterwards with the start of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers.

Over the next few days the national teams are in action for the last time before the Copa America squads are announced; suddenly, then, we...

Mexico coach Miguel Herrera facing striking worries this summer

Chicharito Hernandez has made just one appearance for Real Madrid since the new year.
Chicharito has struggled to make his name at Real Madrid.

At the end of the 2014 World Cup, Mexico coach Miguel Herrera seemed like he had an embarrassment of riches in terms of building the team's future attacking core.

Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez, Giovani dos Santos, Raul Jimenez and Alan Pulido, who all made the World Cup squad in Brazil, seemed to offer a smooth transition from veterans like Oribe Peralta, giving Herrera multiple options.

It even appeared as if Herrera had done the impossible, when he was able to persuade Mexico's prodigal son, Carlos...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico facing depth challenges for Gold Cup, Copa America double

Carlos Vela will be one of many Mexico players that participate in either the Gold Cup or Copa America this summer.

Just how deep does Mexico's footballing talent run? This summer's Copa America and Gold Cup doubleheader will be the litmus test, with two squads to be named and more than 40 players involved in total.

El Tri head coach Miguel "Piojo" Herrera is adamant that he has enough depth at his disposal to achieve the goals set by the Mexican federation on Tuesday and reach the semifinals of June's Copa America in Chile and then win the Gold Cup in July in the United States.

"Of course we have the material...

 By Tim Vickery

Three Chilean veterans given one last chance to shine

Jorge Sampaoli will be in the spotlight this year.

Peru currently have no coach in charge of their national team, and Ecuador have a caretaker. Bolivia and Paraguay have only just appointed. For these four, along with Argentina, Brazil and Venezuela, June's Copa America kicks off a new cycle. The teams will play their first competitive matches under their new boss.

Uruguay are still coached by Oscar Washington Tabarez, who has brought on a new generation of players since the World Cup. Colombia, unsurprisingly, have kept faith with Jose Pekerman,...

 By Tim Vickery

Copa Libertadores, Copa America highlight South America's top tourneys

We take a look back at the 7-1 beating Germany gave Brazil in the World Cup.

South American football is currently slumbering through its high summer siesta. But the action resumes soon and coming up in the next few months are three competitions that deserve a place in the calendar of any self-respecting soccer fan. Here's what fans should look for.

1. The South American under-20 championships

Held every two years, this time in Uruguay, the under-20 championships qualifies four teams for the under-20 World Cup, which will take place May 30-June 20 in New Zealand. Also...