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 By Sam Kelly

Uruguay legend Alvaro 'El Chino ' Recoba bids farewell to football

Alvaro Recoba's farewell match
Alvaro Recoba received a standing ovation at his farewell match at the Gran Parque Central stadium in Montevideo .

"One last magic act." That's how El Pais, Uruguay's biggest newspaper, chose to headline their preview of Alvaro Recoba's farewell match, which took place on Thursday night in the Gran Parque Central, a stadium he knew so well and lit up so frequently during his playing days with Nacional. Recoba debuted for Danubio back in 1994, but enjoyed his first successes -- and his most recent ones too -- with Nacional, where he became a club idol.

A move to Italy followed in 1997, and Recoba's Inter Milan...

 By Chris Wright

Uruguayan league mocked in brilliant UEFA Champions League parody

With tongues firmly pressed in cheeks, Uruguayan broadcasters TV TCC chose to promote their coverage of the new football season with a brilliant parody of the bombastic pomp that accompanies the UEFA Champions League.

However, TCC instead chose to focus on the more farcical elements of the Uruguayan league, using footage of never-ending goalmouth scrambles, mattresses being used to dry flooded pitches and wayward shots being fired into nearby rivers.

The advert campaign proved to be a massive hit...

 By Mark Rodden

Bordeaux won't sign Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa

Guillermo Ochoa
Bordeaux have passed on a chance to bring in Mexico goalkeeper Memo Ochoa.

Bordeaux president Jean-Louis Triaud said his club have turned down the chance to sign Mexican goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa.

Currently 10th in Ligue 1, Bordeaux had been expected to make a move for an experienced keeper after Cedric Carrasso suffered a cruciate ligament injury in their 2-2 draw with Nantes last weekend.

Manager Willy Sagnol confirmed earlier this week that Paris Saint-Germain's...

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CONMEBOL, CONCACAF Champions League in the works - Riccardo Silva

MP & Silva co-founder Riccardo Silva wants the Americas to have a club tournament to rival the UEFA Champions League.

MP & Silva co-founder Riccardo Silva says plans are under way to launch a Champions League-like tournament involving all of North America, South America and the Caribbean.

The international media rights giant's chief has revealed a project for a 64-team competition to mirror the UEFA Champions League's format, which could fetch an estimated $500 million in television and marketing rights -- quintupling the current annual take-ins for the CONCACAF Champions League and CONMEBOL's Copa Libertadores...

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Diego Forlan says Porto a step back for Iker Casillas

Iker Casillas' Real Madrid exit and his signing with Porto was "a step back for Iker," said Uruguay striker Diego Forlan in his weekly column in The National.

"I have huge respect for Porto, another great club who consistently challenge for titles," Forlan wrote, adding that it was a tough decision for Real Madrid. "They identify players, develop them and then sell them on for a profit, but let's not pretend they're Real Madrid, one of the biggest clubs in the world. It's a step down for Casillas,...