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 By Michael Cox

Chile's Copa America final win came after yet another low-scoring final

The ESPN FC panel evaluate the Copa America final between Chile and Argentina, as Chile won their first major title.

Last weekend, there were two major international football finals. On Sunday, the United States won the Women's World Cup with a sensational 5-2 victory over Japan. A day earlier, Chile won the Copa America on home soil, with a penalty shootout victory over Argentina following a 0-0 draw.

The contrast in the style of those matches served as a timely reminder that international finals in the men's game are rarely spectacular affairs. In fact, it's become extremely unusual to see both teams scoring...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico 'obligated to win' Gold Cup but campaign will be unpredictable

With Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez's recent injury against Honduras, the ESPN FC panel debate whether or not Mexico even need him at the Gold Cup.

CHICAGO -- "Obligated to win." El Tri coach Miguel Herrera's turn of phrase -- repeated since the start of the year -- sums up Mexico's mission at the Gold Cup. It is black and white and leaves no room for excuses or U-turns after the event.

Bring back the cup, or else. It's almost threatening. And when you look at the historically tenuous nature of Mexico's head coach position, it is no stretch to suggest Herrera's job may well be under consideration if El Tri doesn't lift the trophy on July...

CONCACAF Gold Cup predictions -- can the U.S. retain the trophy?

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner predicts United States to win the Gold Cup, especially with some injuries some rivals have to deal with.
USMNT's captain Michael Bradley, Greg Garza, and Omar Gonzalez speak ahead of their Gold Cup opening match against Honduras.
USMNT's Michael Bradley and Greg Garza react to Bradley being named captain for the 2015 Gold Cup.

With the CONCACAF Gold Cup set to kick off, ESPN FC writers Jeff Carlisle, Doug McIntyre, Jason Davis, Tom Marshall, Cesar Hernandez and Andrea Canales make their tournament predictions. 

Who will win the Gold Cup?

Carlisle (@JeffreyCarlisle): United States

McIntyre (@DougMacESPN): United States

Davis (@davisjsn): United States

Marshall (@MexicoWorldCup): United States

Hernandez (@cesarhfutbol)Mexico

Canales (@SoccerCanales): Costa Rica

What do you think?

Who will be the runner-up?

Carlisle: Mexico


Yohan Cabaye left in limbo as career stalls at Paris Saint-Germain

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Shaka Hislop discuss PSG's pursuit of Angel Di Maria and question whether the Argentina international would find success with the French giants.

Unfortunately for Yohan Cabaye, the bench has become a very familiar place in the last 18 months.

He spent his last game of the campaign sat with France's substitutes, watching Les Bleus lose 1-0 to Albania in Elbasan on June 13. Six days earlier, in the 4-3 loss against Belgium, he was subbed off at half-time after 45 terrible minutes where he should have been sent off.

Since moving to PSG in January 2014, Cabaye has spent more time watching football than playing. This season, for example, he played...

Jurgen Klinsmann stresses importance of U.S. getting strong start at Gold Cup

USMNT's captain Michael Bradley, Greg Garza, and Omar Gonzalez speak ahead of their Gold Cup opening match against Honduras.

FRISCO, Texas -- It would be a stretch to draw too many parallels between Tuesday's Gold Cup opener for the U.S. against Honduras and last summer's must-win World Cup curtain raiser vs. Ghana that helped propel the Americans into the second round.

Beyond that, though, it's hard to overstate the importance of making a positive first impression at this month's regional championship, with the Catrachos easily the toughest opponent the U.S. will face in the group stage.

"It's crucial in any tournament...

 By Steven Kelly

Liverpool's squad depth is still a major concern ahead of the new season

The ESPN FC crew answer your questions regarding whether Christian Benteke will move to Liverpool and who will score in the Women's World Cup final.

Liverpool still have much work to do in the transfer market this summer. A top-class striker has yet to be signed while Manchester City continue to circle Raheem Sterling without making a decisive move. And so with all this indecision and brinkmanship going on, a detailed examination of Liverpool's overall squad may be premature. They have already brought in a batch of newcomers and the thought of more coming in may open them up to the confusion of last season.

Hopefully the lack of a summer...