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LIGA ÁGUILA

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
2 Santa Fe 11 6 3 39
3 Atl Nacional 12 2 6 38
4 Millonarios 10 6 4 36
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 By Tom Marshall

Club America recruit Mateus Uribe happy to join 'Mexico's biggest club'

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Mateus Uribe arrives from Atletico Nacional.

Colombian midfielder Mateus Uribe arrived in Mexico City on Wednesday to complete his move to Club America and wasted no time calling them Liga MX's "biggest club."

The 26-year-old Colombia international moves from Atletico Nacional after a protracted transfer saga in which fellow Liga MX club Tigres were also strongly linked.

"From the first moment, America showed interest in me, the happiness of coming to Mexico's biggest club was great," Uribe told reporters upon arriving at the airport,...

Chapecoense and Atletico Nacional announce Recopa final dates

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Chapecoense celebrate Reinaldo's goal in the Copa Libertadores against Zulia.

Brazilian club Chapecoense and Colombia's Atletico Nacional, bonded by an air crash in November in which 71 people died, have said they will play a South American cup final next week.

The first leg of the Recopa Sudamericana final, between the champions of the Copa Sudamericana and the Copa Libertadores, will be staged in the southern Brazil city of Chapeco on April 4.

The return leg will be played in Medellin on May 10, the clubs said on Monday.

In November, 19 members of the Chapecoense team died...

Atletico Nacional striker thanks Chapecoense fans for CWC backing

Orlando Berrio expressed his gratitude to Chapecoense fans.

Atletico Nacional striker Orlando Berrio thanked fans of Brazilian club Chapecoense for their support after his side finished third at the Club World Cup on Sunday.

The Colombian team had been due to play Chapecoense in the Copa Sudamericana final last month when the plane carrying the Brazilian team crashed, killing 71 people, 19 of them players.

"They [the Chapecoense fans] have all been behind us and that is one of the reasons why we were able to perform well," Berrio said after helping his...