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Reinaldo Rueda hopes to ease Chile's transition from the Vidal and Sanchez generation

Reinaldo Rueda's difficult task is to keep Chile relevant while transitioning away from the country's golden generation.
Reinaldo Rueda's difficult task is to keep Chile relevant while transitioning away from the country's golden generation.

Outside of Brazil and Argentina, there is a traditional tale with the other South American nations -- one generation and out.

Peru, for example, struggled for years to replace the Teofilo Cubillas generation of the 1970s. It was the same story with Colombia and the Carlos Valderrama-led team of the late '80s and early '90s. Paraguay have found it hard to follow the Roque Santa Cruz team. And now it's Chile's turn.

Arturo Vidal, Alexis Sanchez and company formed the most brilliant and victorious...

Chile's Diego Valdes apologises for eye gesture ahead of South Korea match

Diego Valdes made his senior international debut for Chile against the United States in 2015
Diego Valdes made his senior international debut for Chile against the United States in 2015.

Chile international Diego Valdes has apologised for creating a racism controversy in South Korea ahead of Tuesday's international friendly between the teams.

The midfielder appeared to make a derogatory gesture with his eyes while posing with a South Korean fan on Monday for a photograph that has been widely circulated by South Korean media.

"In relation to the photograph that has appeared on social media, it was never my intention to offend and I offer my apologies to anyone that could have been...

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Arturo Vidal denies reinjuring knee in Chile training

Barcelona's Arturo Vidal poses after his presentation at the Camp Nou.
Arturo Vidal said he has not suffered any new knee injury.

Chile midfielder Arturo Vidal denied on Thursday that he reinjured his knee in training in Japan earlier this week.

The South American nation's planned friendly with Japan was cancelled on Thursday after an earthquake struck the island of Hokkaido.

Reports on Wednesday alleged that the 31-year-old suffered discomfort in his knee during a training session in Sapporo and thus skipped on-field training, but the Chile federation denied any such injury, saying that he completed "most of the exercises."

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Japan vs. Chile cancelled after earthquake hits Sapporo

Japan's match with Chile has been cancelled after an earthquake struck the island of Hokkaido on Thursday.

Seven people are confirmed dead after the 6.7 magnitude quake caused landslides, with dozens hospitalised and millions of homes and businesses without power, according to local reports.

A statement from the Japanese FA said that they have cancelled the match in Sapporo as a result of the tremor, with its epicentre 60km southeast of the city.

"We send our deepest condolences and sincerest sympathies...

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Chile have left Alexis Sanchez out of the national squad for upcoming friendlies against Japan and South Korea following a request to do so by Manchester United.

His country's all-time leading goalscorer with 39 goals and its most capped player, Sanchez is not on coach Reinaldo Rueda's 24-man list of players to travel to the Far East to face Japan on Sept. 7 in Sapporo and South Korea in Suwon four days later.

"Alexis Sanchez's absence is due to the fact that his club needs him at this complex time,...