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Far Post Johnny

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Last night, Jonathan Bornstein spoiled William Yarbrough's clean sheet by bagging his first goal in nearly 15 months to temporarily pull Querétaro level at León. - Greg Seltzer

Amando On The Spot

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I forgot to get this up the other night, but Amando Moreno netted the 1-1 equalizer for Tijuana to notch his fourth career Copa MX goal. Maybe they need to give this kid more league chances. #PorSiNoLoViste G⚽L de Amando Moreno@Xolos 1-1 @LobosBuapMX#Jornada4 #CopaCoronaMX#MiércolesDeFut @Corona_Futbol pic.

Doble Play

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Last night, Americans hit twice in the opening 13 minutes to send Tijuana on their way to a 3-0 Copa MX group phase victory over visiting Toluca. Paul Arriola opened with a dazzler and Amando Moreno quickly followed with a knee job from a corner kick. It's also worth mentioning that US senior and youth internationals made up half the starting field line-up for the Xolos (the others were Orzoco,

The American-est

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It's time to take a short break from the Clipboard for an update to this old post from Jacob Klinger. Obviously, there have been plenty of additions to our table of the clubs that have fielded the most Americans. But I've also made a few alterations: 1) no more prospects listed, a guy has to have played at least one first team match to count, 2) a few clubs way, way down the league pyramid have

Argentina

Crisis-hit Argentina and holders Mexico exit Olympic football

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Rio de Janeiro (AFP) Crisis-hit Argentine football suffered another blow Wednesday when they were dumped out of the Olympics at the group stages by Honduras, whilst 2012 gold medallists Mexico were also sent packing.

Hosts Brazil hope to avoid the same fate as their eternal rivals later when they take on Denmark in Salvador needing to win to guarantee their place in the last eight.

Crisis-hit Argentina and holders Mexico exit Olympic football

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Rio de Janeiro (AFP) Crisis-hit Argentine football suffered another blow Wednesday when they were dumped out of the Olympics at the group stages by Honduras, whilst 2012 gold medallists Mexico were also sent packing.

Hosts Brazil hope to avoid the same fate as their eternal rivals later when they take on Denmark in Salvador needing to win to guarantee their place in the last eight.

Liga MX

Playing in Liga MX

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Liga MX is changing and that might mean good news for viewers but bad news for dual nationality players in Friday's soccer news update.

Shhh! Quiet Please: Pumas UNAM’s Glorious New Golden Kits Inspired By Local Library (Photos)

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With their Thundercats crest and their svelte navy/gold club colours, Mexican side Pumas UNAM are well versed in knocking out utterly sublime kits.

Indeed, their latest batch for the 2016Apertura campaign are no exceptions, with both the home and away jerseys positively dripping with unctuous golden goodness.

Mexican Soccer

Chivas coach says Zendejas won't play for USMNT

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After recently joining Liga MX side Chivas Guadalajara, midfielder Alex Zendejas' time with the U.S. could be over at the international level.

Chivas head coachMatias Almeyda has stated that the 18-year-old will not play for the U.S. Men's National Team while he isat the Mexican side.

Osorio to remain in charge of Mexico despite Copa America 'failure'

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Juan Carlos Osorio watched helplessly from the bench as his team was thrashed, 7-0, by Chile in the Copa America quarterfinals. Now, the Mexico national team manager will be charged with pushing his team out fromthe wreckage of that defeat.

Mexico Football Federation general secretary Guillermo Cantu announced on Thursday that Osorio would remain the head coach ofthe national team.

Copa America Centenario

SBI's Top 10 Goals of the Copa America Centenario

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The Copa America Centenario was always expected to be a showcase of high-quality skills and goals. It certainly did not disappoint, especially with regards to the latter.

Whether it was free kicks, volleys, shots from range, or something else entirely, the recently-concluded Copa America Centenario had a number of impressive and memorable strikes.

Mexico stick with coach despite Copa humiliation

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Mexico City (AFP) Juan Carlos Osorio escaped the axe as Mexico coach on Thursday despite the humiliating 7-0 thrashing by Chile in the quarter-finals of the Copa America Centenario.

The Colombian coach survived as a consequence of having guided the national team to nine wins and a draw before Saturday's historic loss in Santa Clara.

Mexico stick with coach despite Copa humiliation

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Mexico City (AFP) Juan Carlos Osorio escaped the axe as Mexico coach on Thursday despite the humiliating 7-0 thrashing by Chile in the quarter-finals of the Copa America Centenario.

The Colombian coach survived as a consequence of having guided the national team to nine wins and a draw before Saturday's historic loss in Santa Clara.

Vargas scores four as Chile thrash Mexico 7-0

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Santa Clara (United States) (AFP) Eduardo Vargas scored four goals as holders Chile sent Mexico spinning to a historic 7-0 defeat to reach the semi-finals of the Copa America Centenario.

Hoffenheim forward Vargas completed a hat-trick in 13 devastating minutes either side of half-time to send Chile into a semi-final against Colombia in Chicago on Wednesday.

Vargas scores four as Chile thrash Mexico 7-0

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Santa Clara (United States) (AFP) Eduardo Vargas scored four goals as holders Chile sent Mexico spinning to a historic 7-0 defeat to reach the semi-finals of the Copa America Centenario.

Hoffenheim forward Vargas completed a hat-trick in 13 devastating minutes either side of half-time to send Chile into a semi-final against Colombia in Chicago on Wednesday.

Copa America

Copa America 2016 Highlights: Road to the Final

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Argentina will play Chile in the 2016 Copa America final (watch it live online here) at the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey on 26th June. The match will be a repeat of the 2015 final which the hosts Chile won on penalties after both sides played out a 0-0 draw at the Estadio Nacional in Santiago.

Both sides have enjoyed big wins in the run-up to the final, with Chile smashing Mexico 7-0 in the quarter-finals while Argentina beat USA 4-0 in the semis with captain Lionel Messi becoming Argentina’s all-time leading goalscorer with a fabulous free-kick.

Brotherly Game Daily Links 6/20/16

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Another Monday, another week, enjoy the links.

MLS News

MLS Review: Big names score in New York City win
Here's the roundup for Saturday's games.

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And here are Sunday's results.

Copa America News

Historic loss leaves Osorio, Mexico in limbo
Where does Mexico go from here after their 7-0 drubbing at the hands of Chile?

Copa America Highlights (Day 15)

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Chile thrashes Mexico en route to semifinals

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El Tricame into Saturday's match as one of the favorites to win the Copa America Centenario, but Chile didn't even allow Juan Carlos Osorio's side to have a sniff at winning the match.

The Chileans advanced to the semifinals after defeating Mexico 7-0 at Levi's Stadium behindEduardo Vargas' four-goal display.

Where to find Mexico vs. Chile on US TV and streaming

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If you're trying to find out how you can watch Mexico vs. Chile in the Copa America Centenario, you've come to the right place.

So far this Copa America Centenario, Mexico has been the team has impressed the most —both on and off the pitch —with plenty of passion and exciting soccer.

Where to find Mexico vs. Chile on US TV and streaming

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If you're trying to find out how you can watch Mexico vs. Chile in the Copa America Centenario, you've come to the right place.

So far this Copa America Centenario, Mexico has been the team has impressed the most —both on and off the pitch —with plenty of passion and exciting soccer.

How to watch the Copa America 2016 Quarterfinals: Mexico vs. Chile time, TV schedule and live stream plus full schedule

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You want Messi? You want Chicarito? Tonight's your night.

I mean, if this isn't just the best night of the Copa America Centenario for neutrals. For the first time, two of the seeded teams will play on the same night, and conveniently, they've also been the two best teams in this tournament so far.

Thursday Kickoff: Mexico, Pogba, Borussia Dortmund and more

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A Mexican international is set to miss a crucial tournament match, while Paul Pogba appears set to remain with Juventus.

Mexico winger Javier Aquino will miss Saturday's Copa America quarterfinal match against Chile due to a left thigh injury.

Copa America 2016: Knockout Stage Primer - TV Schedules, Bracket

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The group matches are done as Copa America begins the quarterfinals over the next few days. Will we see more upsets from Peru and Venezuela and how far can the USA and Mexico advance?

The knockout rounds of the Copa America Centenario are here with the United States kicking off the quarterfinals against Ecuador

The other three matches will be Peru-Colombia on Friday followed by a double header of Argentina-Venezuela and Mexico-Chile on Saturday before the winners play next week in the semifinals.

We are watching the last days of Jamaican soccer's best generation

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While young stars like Andre Blake are the future of the Reggae Boyz, they were outnumbered by the older players in the 2016 Copa America.

When Jamaica defeated the United States 2-1 last July in Atlanta, the Reggae Boyz had finally established themselves as a regional power and seemed poised to burst onto the world stage.

Copa Blog: Arsenal star nets brace, Tottenham winger scores in Argentina's win, QF draw

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As expected, Argentina and Chile have progressed to the quarterfinals from Group D. After losing the opening game against Argentina, Chile came back strongly to win their remaining two matches to book their place in the round of eight.

Argentina maintained their winning record, won three of their group games, after beating Bolivia 3-0 on Tuesday night, to finish as Copa America Group D winners.

Copa America Highlights (Day 11)

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Mexico snatch draw with Venezuela to qualify for Copa quarters

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Houston (AFP) Porto midfielder Jesus Manuel "Tecatito" Corona scored a superb individual goal as Mexico snatched a 1-1 draw with Venezuela to qualify for the Copa America Centenario quarter-finals as group winners here Monday.

Mexico appeared to be heading for an embarrassing defeat against the lightly regarded Venezuelans, who led through a 10th minute overhead kick by defender Jose Manuel Velazquez at Houston's NRG Stadium.

Mexico snatch draw with Venezuela to qualify for Copa quarters

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Houston (AFP) Porto midfielder Jesus Manuel "Tecatito" Corona scored a superb individual goal as Mexico snatched a 1-1 draw with Venezuela to qualify for the Copa America Centenario quarter-finals as group winners here Monday.

Mexico appeared to be heading for an embarrassing defeat against the lightly regarded Venezuelans, who led through a 10th minute overhead kick by defender Jose Manuel Velazquez at Houston's NRG Stadium.

Mexico salvages a point against Venezuela in Group C finale

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Venezuela came into Monday's Group C finale seeking a third straight upset, and they nearly completed their impressive feat before Jesus Manuel Corona decided to change the script.

Mexico earned a thrilling 1-1 tie against Venezuela on Monday night, as Corona's late equalizer earnedEl Tria share of the points.

Mexico vs. Venezuela, Copa America 2016 live stream: Time, TV schedule and how to watch online

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Mexico plays Venezuela for first place in Group C and a favorable path to the final, while Uruguay and Jamaica finish the night and their tournaments in Santa Clara. This is your Sounder at Heart Gamethread and How to Watch

Mexico (FIFA Rank 16) v Venezuela (77)

Both Mexico and tournament surprise team Venezuela have already advanced to the quarterfinals.

Where to find Mexico vs. Venezuela on US TV and streaming

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If you're trying to find out how you can watch Mexico vs. Venezuela in the Copa America Centenario, you've come to the right place.

The winners of tonight's Group C match will determine who will win the group. If Mexico wins or draws, they'll advance to the quarter-final and will play against Chile or Panama in Santa Clara on Saturday.

Where to find Mexico vs. Venezuela on US TV and streaming

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If you're trying to find out how you can watch Mexico vs. Venezuela in the Copa America Centenario, you've come to the right place.

The winners of tonight's Group C match will determine who will win the group. If Mexico wins or draws, they'll advance to the quarter-final and will play against Chile or Panama in Santa Clara on Saturday.

Copa America 2016: Mexico vs. Venezuela time, TV schedule and live stream plus full schedule

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Mexico and Venezuela battle to see who wins Group C tonight, while Uruguay and Jamaica fight for pride.

Group C in the Copa America Centenario reaches its final conclusion this evening, but while all four teams are in action, the main event is the early match between Mexico and Venezuela. Both teams have already clinched a spot in the quarterfinals, but with both of them tied in Group C with 6 points, El Tri and La Vinotinto fight to see who wins the group.

Copa America 2016 Statistics: Round-up before the last group matches

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Let’s take some time to look at what two weeks of Copa America has brought us, apart from the obvious results and emotions. Let’s talk statistics.

With one last set of matches to go before the knock-out phase starts, 4 teams have already secured their ticket for the next round.

Who’s Through?

Copa Centenario

Mexico is stuck in the same pattern

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The way Mexico exited the Copa Centenario makes it hard for the FMF to resist doing what they always do, firing the coach and starting again.

Mexico has the Copa Centenario to lose

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Its a different scenario for Mexico in the Copa Centenario, with their sizable home field advantage adding to the pressure to win.

The Rest

Friday Kickoff: UCL, Henry, Mexico and more

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The UEFA Champions League is set to undergo changes, while one of the federation's legends has accepted an assistant coaching gig.

UEFA has agreed to Champions League changes that will see each of Europe's top four leagues earn four guaranteed group stage berths. (REPORT)

Thierry Henry has joined Belgium's national team as an assistant coach.

Storylines to watch at the Men's Olympic tournament

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A summer full of soccer has seen plenty of international tournaments, but the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio provide plenty of interesting storylines and trends to watch ahead of the club season.

Featuring rosters composed of Under-23 stars and three overage players, Olympic soccer boats a unique mix of up-and-coming prospects and international stars.

Copa America winger learning English amid Manchester United links

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Pachuca winger Hirving Lozano has already started studying English with a hope that it would help him in the future, if he gets an opportunity to play in the Premier League.

The 20-year-old has reportedly been on Manchester United’s radar and the player had earlier admitted that he would join the Red Devils after this summer’s Olympics in Brazil‘s capital next month.