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Chile defender Gonzalo Jara vows not to repeat finger 'mistake'

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol claims that he would not fire Chile and FSV Mainz 05's Gonzalo Jara for his controversial prod on Uruguay's Edinson Cavani.

Chilean defender Gonzalo Jara has admitted his incident with Edinson Cavani during the Copa America was a mistake and vowed it will not happen again.

Jara, 29, was handed a two-match ban by South America's governing body following the Copa America quarterfinal against Uruguay.

The defender came up behind Uruguay attacker Cavani and pushed his finger against his opponent's backside. Cavani reacted, raised his hands towards Jara's head, only to see the Chilean collapse to the pitch. Cavani was sent...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Chile's Gonzalo Jara says he paid for Edinson Cavani poke

Chilean defender Gonzalo Jara said he served his punishment for the Edinson Cavani poke.

Chilean defender Gonzalo Jara said he felt he served his punishment for provoking Uruguay's Edinson Cavani in their quarterfinal Copa America match and that the incident would end up being just a footnote in light of Chile's first Copa America win.

"I think socially it was overplayed," Jara told TVN in his first public comments about the incident. "The media stirred up the theme...

 By PA Sport

Mainz chief Christian Heidel wary of Premier League buying power

Christian Heidel is concerned by English clubs' increasing financial might.

The general manager of Bundesliga club Mainz is becoming increasingly concerned that the English Premier League is going to threaten clubs like his.

Thanks to a new lucrative television rights deal, Premier League clubs can look forward to far greater income in the coming years and Christian Heidel feels Mainz are no longer going to be able to compete in the transfer market.

Mainz sold Shinji Okazaki to Leicester for €11 million this summer and Heidel told Die Welt: "You are getting clubs...