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U.S. Soccer sets 2015 U.S. national team friendlies

Jurgen Klinsmann explains that to counteract the shorter MLS season, the United States must conduct additional training sessions in order to keep the players fresh and continue their progression.

CARSON, Calif. -- The United States national team will open a busy 2015 schedule with a Jan. 28 friendly in South America against 2014 World Cup participant Chile.

The U.S. announced a slate of seven friendlies to open 2015 on Tuesday, with home games against Panama and Mexico but plenty of away tests in Chile, Denmark, Switzerland, Netherlands and World Cup champions Germany.

The start, the Americans will meet a Chile team who reached the Round of 16 at last summer's tournament in Brazil before...

By ESPN Staff
Nov 25, 2014

Sampaoli not phased following draw

Chile head coach Jorge Sampaoli says his side are ready for the challenge of Mexico, Ecuador and Bolivia after the hosts were drawn with the trio in Group A of next year's Copa America.

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 By Tim Vickery

With the Copa America draw now set, the pressure is on for Chile

The 2015 Copa America draw was held on Monday night and the host nation Chile appear to be in a favourable group.

At the draw for next year's Copa America, the point was made by CONMEBOL president Juan Angel Napout that Chile were among the pioneers of the tournament. It is undeniable. Four countries competed in the inaugural version of the competition back in 1916; Uruguay, who won it and have since gone on to win a record 15 titles; Argentina, who have 14; Brazil, who have 8; and Chile, who have none.

In almost a hundred years of history, seven nations have claimed the world's oldest continental crown. Peru,...

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Brazil, Argentina and hosts Chile draw top seeds for 2015 Copa America

Colombia head coach Jose Pekerman has said his side are ready for the test Brazil pose after the two nations were drawn in the same group for next year's Copa America.

Copa America 2015 hosts Chile, and CONMEBOL's top-two ranked teams, Brazil and Argentina, got the No. 1 seeds in their respective groups on Monday in the draw held in Vina Del Mar, Chile.

Chile are joined in Group A by Mexico, Ecuador and Bolivia, while defending champions Uruguay are the two-seed in Group B along with No. 1 Argentina, then Paraguay and Jamaica rounding out that group.

2015 Copa America Draw

Group A: 1. Chile 2. Mexico 3. Ecuador 4. Bolivia

Group B: 1. Argentina 2. Uruguay 3. Paraguay 4. Jamaica

Group C: 1. Brazil 2. Colombia 3. Peru 4. Venezuela

Brazil are the top seed in Group C, and are matched with Colombia, Peru and Venezuela.

All 10 members of the South...

How Alexis Sanchez became the Premier League's new Luis Suarez

ESPN FC's Santi Solari and Paul Mariner discuss the similarities between Alexis Sanchez and Luis Suarez and question if Sanchez can attain the same level of success Suarez achieved in the Premier League.

When Luis Suarez decided to swap Liverpool for Barcelona after yet another tumultuous summer of transfer speculation, the Uruguayan left a yawning gap in quality to be filled in the Premier League. Liverpool have not filled that gap -- not with Mario Balotelli, not with Rickie Lambert, not with Lazar Markovic. However, Arsenal -- for all their defensive problems -- managed to do so with the signing of Chilean Alexis Sanchez for 35 million euros as he departed the Camp Nou.

Anyone who has watched...