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Gulati denies 2016 U.S. Copa America rumors

Doug McIntyre | April, 11 2014

No agreement has been reached that would put the 2016 Copa America in the United States, according to the U.S. Soccer federation. U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati denied published reports via Twitter on Friday. #CopaAmerica 2016 in U.S.? Interes...

Source: Talks for U.S. Copa America ongoing

Jeff Carlisle | ESPN FC | January, 6 2014

A report in Spain says a bid to have the 2016 Copa America hosted by the U.S. is back on, but a source within CONCACAF has called the report "premature" and indicated there are plenty of details still to be worked out. The Marca repo...

USA to host and play in 2016 Copa America

ESPN staff | October, 25 2012

The Copa America will be held outside of South America for the first time in 100 years when the United States host the tournament in 2016.

Argentina name Sabella to succeed Batista

ESPNsoccernet news | July, 29 2011

Alejandro Sabella has been named Argentina's new coach to replace Sergio Batista.

Argentina sack Batista after poor Copa showing

ESPNsoccernet staff | July, 25 2011

The Argentinian Football Association have terminated the contract of the Albicelestes' coach, Sergio Batista.

Paraguay coach Martino praises Uruguay

ESPNsoccernet staff | July, 25 2011

Paraguay manager Gerardo Martino believes the quality and big-game experience of Uruguay strikers Luis Suarez and Diego Forlan were the difference between the two sides in the Copa America final.

Suarez: Teamwork key to Uruguay triumph

ESPNsoccernet staff | July, 24 2011

Luis Suarez was named Player of the Tournament after helping Uruguay to a 3-0 victory over Paraguay but paid credit to his team-mates for the success.

Paraguay coach Martino banned for Copa final

July, 22 2011

Paraguay coach Gerardo Martino has been handed a two-game touchline ban following his part in the fracas which marred his side's Copa America semi-final win over Venezuela on Wednesday.

De Laurentiis warns Uruguay over Cavani

ESPNsoccernet staff | July, 21 2011

Napoli president Antonio De Laurentiis has issued a stern warning to Uruguay amid suggestions they could take a risk on the fitness of Edinson Cavani.

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