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 Posted by Matt Levin
3 days ago

Bitter end as Pinto exits Costa Rica

ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Alejandro Moreno react to the news that Jorge Luis Pinto has stepped down as the Costa Rican manager. Moreno and Burley indicate they are not surprised with the decision, and instead see it as a negotiating chip.

His departure was expected. Jorge Luis Pinto's name had been linked to other jobs. When Costa Rica fans thanked the coach and asked him to stay, Pinto always sounded appreciative and frequently teared up. But he never made any promises, saying at the team's homecoming parade: "I'll always carry this...

 Posted by ESPN Staff
5 days ago

Pinto steps down as Costa Rica manager

ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Alejandro Moreno react to the news that Jorge Luis Pinto has stepped down as the Costa Rican manager. Moreno and Burley indicate they are not surprised with the decision, and instead see it as a negotiating chip.

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5 days ago

Jorge Luis Pinto quits Costa Rica

ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Alejandro Moreno react to the news that Jorge Luis Pinto has stepped down as the Costa Rican manager. Moreno and Burley indicate they are not surprised with the decision, and instead see it as a negotiating chip.

Jorge Luis Pinto, who produced the surprise of the World Cup by coaching tiny Costa Rica to the quarterfinals, is leaving after failing to agree a new contract.

Pinto was present at a news conference when the Costa Rican federation announced his departure on Thursday.

Pinto said he was leaving becau...

 Posted by ESPN Staff
Jul 16, 2014

Report: Madrid agree to buyout for Navas

ESPN FC's Janusz Michallik gives his take on Keylor Navas after incredible performances for Costa Rica in the World Cup. The 27-year-old has recently been linked to a move to Real Madrid, while Madrid are reportedly ready to trigger his buyout clause.

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ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
Jul 14, 2014

James beats Messi in World Cup poll

The ESPN Last Call crew debate which goal has topped all others so far in the World Cup.

James Rodriguez was voted as the star player of the 2014 World Cup ahead of Lionel Messi in a poll conducted among by AS readers.

- Molyneux-Carter: Best XI of the World Cup
- Messi: Golden Ball means very little
- Rodriguez thanks teammates after Golden Boot win
- Palmer: Best goals of the 2014 Wor...