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Five Copa roster questions to answer

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 By Tom Marshall

Mexico eye Copa America quarterfinals given strong, settled, confident squad

A few of Giovani Dos Santos' Mexico teammates wish him all the best and will miss playing with him at Copa America.

On Saturday night, Mexico face Paraguay in Atlanta, Ga. for what should be a fairly low-key start to El Tri's Copa America preparations. Except, not much is low-key when Mexico plays in the United States. There will be around 60,000 cheering Mexico on in the Georgia Dome on Saturday afternoon, more fans than for many of the upcoming games in the Copa America Centenario. And that's for a match in which coach Juan Carlos Osorio will have a reduced squad of players.

Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez,...

Brazil face summer of tough questions: Copa without Neymar, Dunga's future

The ESPN FC crew respond to Jurgen Klinsmann's comments that the Copa America Centenario has more quality than the 'diluted' Euro 2016 field.
Dunga is under immense pressure this summer as Brazil boss. Can he bring home the Copa America title?

It sounds dramatic to say, but this summer will be one of reckoning for the Brazilian national team. Just a year on from their mediocre showing at the 2015 Copa América in Chile, the Seleção will attempt to redeem themselves at the special centenary edition of the competition. It's an opportunity to restore some much-needed belief at a major tournament after recent disappointments and to build momentum ahead of crucial World Cup qualifiers in September.

Yet circumstances have...

 By Tim Vickery

Copa America vs. Euros debate will only be settled at 2018 World Cup

The ESPN FC crew respond to Jurgen Klinsmann's comments that the Copa America Centenario has more quality than the 'diluted' Euro 2016 field.

Let's ask a simple question: How does the Copa Centenario compare with the Euros?

Jurgen Klinsmann argued this week that the Copa may be better, basing his case on the idea that a 24-team Euros will have diluted quality. The U.S. manager can also point to the fact that a strong field will be in action on American shores this summer; harking back to Brazil 2014, the Copa can boast one of the finalists (Argentina), two semifinalists (add Brazil), four quarterfinalists (add Costa Rica and Colombia)...

 By Arch Bell

Copa America Centenario: 10 players to watch including Jose Maria Gimenez

The ESPN FC crew respond to Jurgen Klinsmann's comments that the Copa America Centenario has more quality than the 'diluted' Euro 2016 field.

1. Ismael Diaz, FW, Panama (Porto B)

The future of Panama is bright thanks in part to the exploits of Diaz. The 19-year-old striker scored 13 goals for Porto B in 2015-16, helping his side win the Portuguese second division. But it was at the 2015 CONCACAF U20 Championships where Diaz drew the most attention, scoring four goals as Los Canaleros finished as runners-up. Now he gets a shot to make an impact for manager Hernan Dario Gomez's senior side.

2. Duckens Nazon, FW, Haiti (Laval)

Haiti...

 By Arch Bell

Nestor Ortigoza's penalty taking skills will be missed at the Copa America

Nestor Ortigoza with Paraguay
After helping Paraguay reach the 2011 Copa America final and 2015 semifinals, an injury will sideline Nestor Ortigoza for the Copa America Centernario.

For Nestor Ortigoza, taking a penalty kick is like a trip back in time.

There he is, back in his teenage years in the Merlo neighborhood of Buenos Aires, standing among 99 others at 10 o'clock at night. It's quite simple: You score your penalty, you stay in the game -- a penalty knockout competition involving high stakes that will last until 5am or 6am. And if you are the last one standing, you get money so you can eat the next week.

"We played for money. It was to be able to eat, to buy clothes....

U.S. youth vs. veterans a welcome problem for Jurgen Klinsmann

U.S. midfielder Darlington Nagbe describes the feeling after scoring his first goal for the USMNT in their 1-0 win over Ecuador.

FRISCO, Texas -- When the U.S. lineup was released about an hour before Wednesday's kickoff of a Copa America tuneup against Ecuador, the American soccer Twittersphere was aghast at the age of Jurgen Klinsmann's starting XI.

By the time the night had ended, though, with a 1-0 victory by the Americans on Darlington Nagbe's 90th-minute strike, social media was awash in praise of the national team's next generation.

Of the seven starters in suburban Dallas, seven will be on the wrong side of...