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James Rodriguez credits fighting spirit for wonder World Cup, Puskas goal

James' goal flies into the net to give Colombia a famous win.

MADRID -- Opponents who might be tempted to kick Colombia and Real Madrid superstar James Rodriguez have not really been paying attention.

James, who won the FIFA Puskas Award for scoring world football's best goal of 2014, a wonderful turn and volley in the last-16 clash with Uruguay at the summer's World Cup, has been dealing with such aggression and physical attention for a long time now.

James' stellar performances and goals in Brazil as Colombia sailed through the competition's group...

Report: Jorge Luis Pinto to tap Freddy Rincon for Honduras coaching staff

Honduras has a chance to qualify for the 2016 Centenary Copa America.

BOGOTA, Colombia -- Former Colombia midfielder Freddy Rincon will join the coaching staff of Jorge Luis Pinto for the Honduras national team pending a financial agreement with the Honduras football federation, according to a report.

"There's a good chance, we have been in talks and only the economic terms need to be resolved," Rincon, who was coached by Pinto at Santa Fe (Bogota) in 1986-87, told...

By ESPN Staff
Dec 17, 2014

James most searched athlete of 2014

The ESPN FC panel discuss why Colombia and Real Madrid star James Rodriguez has been the world's most searched athlete in 2014.

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Ex-Newcastle striker Faustino Asprilla forced to flee after death threats

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Faustino Asprilla spent two seasons at Newcastle.

Former Colombia and Newcastle striker Faustino Asprilla has said a criminal gang threatened to kill him and his family in an extortion plot.

Asprilla, who spent two seasons at the Magpies, said he has been forced to leave his hometown of Tulua in Colombia because of fears for his safety.

The 45-year-old was reportedly threatened by four men in two cars on Tuesday.

"They told me to contact their chief because if I didn't they would kill my family and me," Asprilla was quoted by El Tiempo as saying.

He...