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Aug 29, 2014

Radamel Falcao returns to Colombia squad for Sept. 5 friendly vs. Brazil

Colombia manager Jose Pekerman on Thursday named Falcao in his squad for the friendly match against Brazil in Miami.

Radamel Falcao has been recalled to the Colombia squad after missing the World Cup, as speculation over his club future continues.

Falcao missed this summer's tournament in Brazil as he continued his recovery from a serious knee injury suffered while playing for Monaco in January, but has returned to action at the start of this season to earn a call-up from Jose Pekerman ahead of the friendly against Brazil at Miami's Sun Life Stadium on Sept. 5.

The friendly will be a rematch of the World Cup quarterfinal...

Mar 27, 2014

Enrique Sanz will be treated for leukemia

MIAMI -- Enrique Sanz, the No. 2 official of soccer's governing body for North and Central American and Caribbean soccer, will be treated for leukemia.

CONCACAF made the announcement Thursday.

The 39-year-old Sanz, who was born in Colombia, started work at CONCACAF as secretary general under new president Jeffrey Webb in July 2012. He replaced American Chuck Blazer, who held the role from 1990 until 2011.

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Oct 28, 2013

El Tri adds Sinha for tuneup vs. Finland

El Tri coach Miguel "El Piojo" Herrera added 37-year-old midfielder Antonio Naelson "Sinha" to the squad headed to San Diego for a tuneup match vs. Finland Oct. 30.

Sinha, who plays with Toluca and recently announced his plans to retire at the end of this Mexican League season, last saw action with El Tri for the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup and was implicated in the team's "contaminated...