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 By Tim Vickery

Questions for CONMEBOL over Copa Libertadores, Sudamericana changes

Atletico Nacional celebrate
CONMEBOL have announced changes to the Copa Libertadores and the Copa Sudamericana.

The South American Confederation, CONMEBOL, has announced it will be making big changes to its international club competitions.

Two trophies per year are up for grabs. By far the most prestigious is the Copa Libertadores, the continent's Champions League. And there is also a Europa League equivalent, known as the Copa Sudamericana.

As it stands, these are played separately, the Libertadores in the first half of the year and the Sudamericana in the second. From next year, CONMEBOL plan to run...

 By Tim Vickery

Four clubs in the Copa Sudamericana quarters shows Colombia is on the rise

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner and Ross Dyer break down this week's Player Power Rankings.
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Santa Fe players celebrate
Colombia's Independiente Santa Fe are the reigning Copa Sudamericana champions.

Three countries dominate this year's Copa Sudamericana, South America's Europa League equivalent.

Over the next two week, the quarterfinalists will be defined. Put together, 11 of the last 16 come from Argentina, Brazil and Colombia.

In the case of the first two countries, this is hardly a surprise. Three slots in the last 16 are reserved for Argentine teams, and four slots are reserved for Brazilians. All the clubs from these countries have done so far is beat one of their compatriots.

The representatives...

 By Tim Vickery

Independiente Santa Fe pip Huracan on penalties in Sudamericana final

Santa Fe players celebrate
Independiente Santa Fe players celebrate after winning Wednesday's Copa Sudamericana final.

Argentina's recent stranglehold on South American club competitions came to an end on Wednesday night. After two goalless draws, Huracan were beaten on penalties in the final of the Copa Sudamericana by Independiente Santa Fe of Colombia.

There were wild celebrations in Bogota's El Campin stadium; this is Santa Fe's first continental title -- as it would have been, too, for Huracan had they prevailed. For contrasting reasons, then, both sets of supporters will remember this final.

It is highly unlikely,...

 By Tim Vickery

Honours even as Huracan, Santa Fe draw Copa Sudamericana final first leg

Ramon Abila
Ramon Abila, right, was not able to find the breakthrough for Huracan in their Copa Sudamericana final first leg versus Santa Fe.

Wednesday's first leg of the Copa Sudamericana final produced no goals in Buenos Aires -- leaving everything to play for next week in Bogota. Huracan of Argentina and Colombia's Independiente Santa Fe drew 0-0, a result that will please the first leg visitors more than the hosts.

Huracan took the field determined to build a lead in front of their own fans, but were thwarted and frustrated by talented, well-drilled opponents.

The key battle always looked like being that between Huracan's centre-forward...