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Marcotti: Can Brazil be fixed?

Copa America
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 By Uli Hesse

Celebrating Germany's improbable run to glory at Italia '90

West Germany celebrate winning the 1990 World Cup.

World Cups can be like politicians; their reputations sometimes improve with the passage of time. Take the 1990 World Cup in Italy, recently honoured through numerous "25 years ago" remembrances published throughout the footballing world.

However, when the spectacle ended -- on July 8, 1990, and with a match Brian Glanville called "probably the worst, most tedious, bad-tempered final in the history of the World Cup" -- the vast majority of people were glad the whole thing was over and agreed...

CONCACAF's attempt at reform raises serious questions

ESPN FC's Ross Dyer questions the impact CONCACAF's new reform will have.

CONCACAF announced a reform framework earlier on Monday, but a former member of FIFA's independent governance committee remains unimpressed, saying the announcement lacks sufficient detail to tell if it will result in real reform.

CONCACAF's proposed framework -- made in the wake of federal indictments to some of its top officials -- covers three areas including governance, fraud prevention and transparency. The governance section includes proposals for such things as an as yet unspecified number...

 By Nick Miller

Alexis Sanchez threatened by burnout after overexertion for Arsenal, Chile

Chile triumphed over Argentina in the Copa America final as Alexis Sanchez put home the decisive penalty in the shootout.

After scoring the penalty that won the Copa America for Chile, Alexis Sanchez dashed away to celebrate, as you would in such a moment of joy.

He had secured Chile's first Copa win in their 99-year history and added to his healthy collection of medals, which include a La Liga title with Barcelona and the FA Cup with Arsenal, as well as a UEFA Super Cup medal won during his time in Catalonia.

There's a decent chance more could come for him at club level this season, too. The signing of goalkeeper...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Lionel Messi and Argentina, Gold Cup favourites, Lampard and Gerrard

Lionel Messi will have to wait at least another year to lift an international trophy with Argentina.

Football always inspires debate, and this weekend was no exception. Here are five burning questions on the ESPN FC radar.

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Saturday's Copa America final loss to Chile marked the second time in a year Lionel Messi has come up short in a major tournament with Argentina. With another Copa scheduled, but not guaranteed, for next year and a World Cup three long years away, is the Barca legend doomed to finish his Albiceleste career...

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Can Radamel Falcao be the player he once was at Jose Mourinho's Chelsea?

ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth wonders if Louis van Gaal or Jose Mourinho will appear smarter at the end of the season in regards to the Radamel Falcao transfer saga.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley addresses Radamel Falcao's reported loan move to Chelsea, where he now joins former teammate in Diego Costa.

There was a lurch into the third person as Radamel Falcao defended his Manchester United performances.

"Falcao was always there," he said, speaking in Chile ahead of Colombia's Copa America campaign. "It depends what criteria you are using. People said I was not on the field and not scoring goals but I was always there."

It was a problematic choice of words, considering goals are the criteria by which forwards are measured and especially when signs of them becoming a more "complete" player, as appears...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Mario Balotelli, Rickie Lambert and Joe Allen among Liverpool's unwanted XI

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol reacts to Balotelli's agent saying that his client is not leaving Liverpool.

Is this the summer Liverpool finally get it right in the transfer market? Have lessons been learned? Signing seven players by the July 1 opening of the window suggests that the club's much-criticised and mysterious transfer committee has chosen to get its business done early rather than later when prices begin to inflate. The new faces so far: attacking midfielder Roberto Firmino, strikers Danny Ings and Divock Origi, midfielder James Milner, right-back Nathaniel Clyne, goalkeeper Adam Bogdan and...