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Copa America Group B profiles

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 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.

Argentina's...

 By Sam Kelly

Uruguay legend Alvaro 'El Chino ' Recoba bids farewell to football

Alvaro Recoba's farewell match
Alvaro Recoba received a standing ovation at his farewell match at the Gran Parque Central stadium in Montevideo .

"One last magic act." That's how El Pais, Uruguay's biggest newspaper, chose to headline their preview of Alvaro Recoba's farewell match, which took place on Thursday night in the Gran Parque Central, a stadium he knew so well and lit up so frequently during his playing days with Nacional. Recoba debuted for Danubio back in 1994, but enjoyed his first successes -- and his most recent ones too -- with Nacional, where he became a club idol.

A move to Italy followed in 1997, and Recoba's Inter Milan...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

What's trending: Rooney's England future, U.S. on the line, Wenger staying

The ESPN FC team discuss whether or not Wayne Rooney will fit in England's new-look squad.

Here are the latest stories from Tuesday.

ENGLAND: Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy should start ahead of Wayne Rooney for England at Euro 2016, according to Foxes assistant manager Craig Shakespeare.

- Roy Hodgson believes Daniel Sturridge still has his edge and challenged the oft-injured England striker to prove his fitness ahead of Euro 2016.

- Wayne Rooney will be the first name on the England manager's teamsheet when his team play Russia in Marseille, France, in June. But should he...

 By Tim Vickery

Can Luis Suarez's return lead Uruguay to a World Cup qualifying win in Brazil?

Luis Suarez is back in the fold for Uruguay in competitive action but will it be enough vs. Brazil in Recife?

The South American sensation that is Barcelona's MSN forward line, Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar, have had little impact on the first four rounds of the continent's World Cup qualification campaign.

Messi stands by to make his debut for Argentina after missing the action so far through injury. After being sent off in last year's Copa America, Brazil's Neymar was suspended from the first two rounds and was not at his best in the other two. And then there is the case of Uruguay's Suarez,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Ballon d'Or: How the world's top footballers voted in their ballots

The ESPN FC crew discuss the Ballon d'Or voting process and explain whether or not it should be amended.

Who did the world's top footballers vote to win the Ballon d'Or? FIFA has revealed the answers.

The captains of FIFA's national teams, their managers and a media member from each country all had a vote.

While many chose eventual winner Lionel Messi, there were some curious choices.

Notable notes on the votes:

- Germany's Bastian Schweinsteiger, Austria's Christian Fuchs and Poland's Robert Lewandowski all voted Bayern goalkeeper Manuel Neuer first.

- Luis Suarez, notably left off...

 By Tim Vickery

Dunga may have found Brazil's best formation; Ecuador, Uruguay cruise

Brazil put on a stunning display for their fans in Salvador, beating Peru 3-0 in their World Cup qualifier.

Renato Augusto
Renato Augusto's introduction into Brazil's midfield transformed the Selecao's play.

There are two explanations for the surprise top two in South America's World Cup qualifiers.

Firstly, Ecuador, with a 100 percent record, and Uruguay, three points behind, lead the field because of their own merits.

Ecuador have a well consolidated idea of play, breaking at pace with very dangerous wingers. And now, in Gustavo Quinteros, they would seem to have a quality coach who has brought his own refinements, protecting a suspect defence by making his team mark aggressively higher up the pitch.

Uruguay,...