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Is La Masia losing its power?

Barcelona
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 By Tim Vickery

Argentina forced to start over after Copa America final defeat vs. Chile

Chile triumphed over Argentina in dramatic fashion in the Copa America final as Alexis Sanchez put home the decisive penalty to secure the host nations first ever Copa America crown.

SANTIAGO, Chile -- For 120 minutes, the final of the 2015 Copa America was a bit like a trusty old car that has passed its prime. A game of nearlys and what-might-have-beens, it spluttered but failed to spark until, in the penalty shoot-out, the game turned a glorious Chilean red. At last, the host country have something to put in their trophy cabinet.

For Argentina, this must have felt like a cruel re-run of last year's World Cup. The stand-out feature of the team is, of course, its individual...

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If there's one thing Arsene Wenger likes, it's a bargain. After splashing out £11 million on 33-year-old goalkeeper Petr Cech already, the Frenchman is probably a little dizzy and needing to sit down.

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Chile end their Copa America drought and beat Argentina on penalties

Alexis Sanchez kept his cool to score the winning penalty as Chile won the 2015 Copa America.

SANTIAGO, Chile -- Three thoughts on the Copa America final as the host nation held its nerve on penalties to beat Argentina 4-1 after a 0-0 draw following extra time.

1. Chile's long Copa wait is over

A wait has ended and a weight has lifted, although no one could have guessed that there was such pressure on Alexis Sanchez as he so nonchalantly chipped the ball past Sergio Romero to beat Argentina on penalties and give Chile its first ever international trophy with this Copa America.

The wait...

Barcelona's La Masia in relative crisis as production shows signs of decline

La Masia has produced many superb Barcelona players over the years, but its influence is starting to wane.

Barcelona supporters have spent the couple of decades boasting about the seemingly endless torrent of talent being carefully nurtured at their renowned La Masia academy. World-class stars such as Lionel Messi, Carles Puyol, Xavi and Andres Iniesta, all products of the Catalan side's youth system, played a decisive role in the unprecedented collective success that the Camp Nou faithful have been spoiled with in recent years.

Perhaps more importantly, such impressive achievements came as a result...

Vela, Dos Santos and Peralta can lead Mexico's attack without Chicharito

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno assesses Mexico's 0-0 draw with Honduras and the injury of Mexico striker Javier Hernandez.

That broken clavicle Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez sustained in the friendly match against Honduras on July 1 doesn't mean that Mexico is doomed in the upcoming Gold Cup, even though he will be missed.

With striking options like Carlos Vela, Oribe Peralta and Giovani Dos Santos available, expectations are still high for El Tri and the team still has a solid shot at claiming the title.

Vela is arguably Mexico's best player, even though he is participating in his first competitive action for the...