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By ESPN Staff
5 hours ago

Argentine icon Riquelme retires

Juan Roman Riquelme announced his retirement from football after an illustrious career with Barcelona, Villarreal and Boca Juniors.

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By ESPN Staff
6 days ago

WATCH: Marin's horror tackle

A truly menacing two-legged tackle made by the Boca Juniors defender on Racing Club's Ricardo Centurion saw him see straight red.

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 By Sam Kelly

Teo Gutierrez of River Plate crowned as South America's Player of the Year

Teo Gutierrez with the Copa Sudamericana trophy.

River Plate have once more been confirmed as a force to be reckoned with. South America's football writers underlined their return to greatness when Uruguayan newspaper El Pais announced the winners of their annual poll to find the best players on the continent.

The podium was completely dominated by River stars, and a further two made it into the Best XI.

The man crowned Rey de America ("King of [Latin] America"), the title given to the South American Footballer of the Year, was Colombia's World...

By ESPN Staff
Dec 21, 2014

Madrid players delighted by 'perfect' year

Real Madrid players, Gareth Bale, Iker Casillas and Toni Kross discuss their success this year following a 2-nil win over San Lorenzo in the Club World Cup final.

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By ESPN Staff
Dec 19, 2014

Holden: San Lorenzo poses no legitimate threat

ESPN FC's Stuart Holden explains San Lorenzo pose no real threat to ending Real Madrid's win streak in the FIFA Club World Cup final.

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