Messi still without a trophy with the Albiceleste

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Chile won the Copa America for the first time in their history after a 4-1 victory on penalties over Argentina. That’s another final loss from Argentina and they’ll have to wait at least another year to end their trophy drought, when the centenary version of the Copa America takes place in the US.

Joan Laporta: On the Comeback Trail at Barça?


While Barcelona FC is making one headline after the other with their on-field feats, the management of the club has been plagued by institutional chaos for quite some time. When club president Sandro Rosell was sacked in January 2014 amidst allegations of tax fraud, Josep Maria Bartomeu who was his deputy at that time took over the reins. More.

Arda Turan: On His Way to the Nou Camp?

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Rumors surrounding Turkish midfielder Arda Turan’s departure from Atletico Madrid have become a regular feature in the past few years but each time the player managed to remain at the Vincente Calderon much to the delight of both Diego Simeone and the fans of Los Colchoneros.

Messi Orchestrated Argentina Attack Crushes Paraguay 6-1


In the Copa America, Barcelona forward Lionel Messi led the Argentine offense to crush Paraguay by six goals to one in the semifinal stage of the tournament.

The win also booked his team a ticket to the final on Saturday where they’ll meet Chile, the hosts.

Jerome Boateng Comments on the Famous Messi Dribble


Jerome Boateng comments on that famous dribble which left him sprawling on the floor. All credit to the German defender who took it like a man and conceded that he was outplayed by the best player in the world who managed to lob 6ft4in Manuel Neuer to score one of the most memorable goals of the Championship.

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