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 By Chris Wright

Strangest tackle of the year seen during Colombian cup game

If there were an award handed out for the strangest tackle of the year, then we strongly believe that this entry spotted during a recent Colombian cup match would be a nailed-on cinch to take the 2015 honours.

During the tie between Once Caldas and Deportes Tolima, one defender managed to raise a sea of quizzical eyebrows when he went thundering into a reckless, two-footed airborne horror lunge on ... absolutely nobody.

Madness. Still, there's a role for him going in the next "Street Fighter" g...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

James Rodriguez, Jackson Martinez suffer minor injuries

Real Madrid star James Rodríguez injured his knee and Atletico Madrid forward Jackson Martinez suffered a bruise on his tibia in Colombia's 1-1 draw against Peru during a friendly on Tuesday in Harrison, New Jersey. Team doctor Carlos Ulloa confirmed both of the injuries, saying that Martinez's injury was a "minor bruise."

"James' knee shows trauma, but it is nothing major and he was taken off the pitch as a preventive measure," Ulloa said. "We are evaluating, but it is apparently nothing serious....

U.S. sanctions Colombian team Envigado for drug ties

BOGOTA, Colombia -- The U.S. has imposed sanctions on a popular Colombian football team for alleged ties to a drug cartel.

The Treasury Department on Wednesday placed Envigado and their owner, Juan Pablo Upequi, on the foreign narcotics kingpins list, freezing any U.S. assets they may have and barring Americans from doing business with them.

Upequi is accused of using the club as a front to launder money on behalf of the Office of Envigado, a violent cocaine-trafficking organisation that inherited...

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Colombian team don replica shirts

Colombian side Independiente Santa Fe had to play a match wearing counterfeit replica versions of their shirts when they forgot to bring their away strip to Boyaca Chirco.

Santa Fe will take a convincing lead back to Colombia
Independiente Santa Fe players wearing the club's official kit.

Officials rushed out to buy the shirts from street traders around the stadium after Boyaca Chico refused to switch to their reserve shirts to prevent a clash of colours.

Santa Fe, based in Bogota, began the match wearing their...