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Delaney: Relief for Argentina

Copa America
 By Tim Vickery

South America bringing strong squads to Copa America Centenario

The ESPN FC crew debate whether playing in the Olympics over Copa America makes sense for Neymar and Brazil.

Coach Jose Pekerman, as ever, has kept his cards close to his chest and Colombia's provisional Copa America squad of 40 has, at the time of writing, yet to see the light of day.

It will make for interesting reading. How will the Colombians reconcile the Copa with their participation in the Rio Olympics? Last week it was announced that Olympic coach Carlos Restrepo will be on the staff during the Copa. Is this a hint that Pekerman is taking a young squad to the USA in June? Time will tell.


Clasico could help James reignite his season at Real Madrid

The ESPN FC crew discuss why James Rodriguez has failed to produce consistently since joining Real Madrid after the World Cup.

BUENOS AIRES -- James Rodriguez of Colombia is in good form and excellent spirit for the Spanish Clasico on Saturday at Camp Nou and Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane should take note.

The two World Cup qualifying matches he played in the last week were a morale booster for him and his national team; not only did they grab six points out of six to dramatically improve their position in the standings, but they also displayed a game that Colombia had rarely produced after Brazil 2014.

Rodriguez himself...

 By Noah Davis

U.S. U-23s not good enough again as they fall to Colombia, miss Olympics

The United States' dreams were dashed as Colombia won the final spot at the Rio Olympics following a 3-2 aggregate win.

FRISCO, Texas -- The United States men's Under-23 team won't be going to the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio. The squad fell 2-1 to Colombia, losing the two-game playoff 3-2 on aggregate. It's the second-straight failure to reach the quadrennial tournament for the Stars and Stripes. Here are three thoughts from the match at Toyota Stadium.

1. U.S. not good enough -- again

For the second time in the 2016 Olympic qualifying cycle, the U.S. team went into a match knowing a result would get them to...

U.S. has work to do but Colombia draw big step toward Olympic qualification

The ESPN FC crew discuss the U.S. under-23 squad's 1-1 draw at Colombia in the first leg of their Olympic qualifying playoff.

Three quick thoughts after the U.S. U-23 national team tied hosts Colombia 1-1 in the first game of the two-leg series that will determine who gets the final men's soccer berth at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. The series concludes Tuesday in Frisco, Texas (9:30 p.m. ET, ESPN2/WatchESPN).

1. A great result for the Americans

U.S. fans were probably dreaming of a win when Luis Gil scored a goal after the first five minutes, following some gorgeous buildup and a slick cutback from striker...

 By Tim Vickery

Colombia seek to regain form as Jose Pekerman names remixed squad

Jose Pekerman and Colombia need to use the international break to get back on track. Can they do it?

With 18 rounds played across a period of over two years, South America's marathon World Cup qualification campaign is a dynamic process. There is plenty of time for teams to fall apart or suddenly come together. A rebuilding process can often take place during the competition, which may be what is happening now with Colombia.

When they reached the World Cup quarterfinals for the first time in 2014, the future looked bright for the Colombian national team. They had made history without star centre-forward...

 By Chris Wright

Tino Asprilla's video of the century: T-Rex riding on a horse kicking a football

Every so often the footballing gods bestow us with a video so irresistibly glorious that we cannot help but fall in love with the game all over again.

Today, we're simply overjoyed to announce, is one of those days.

Presenting: Tino Asprilla's video of a Tyrannosaurus Rex... riding on a horse... dribbling a giant football.

"Teaching my horse Firulai to play football," he says.