Copa America

Wednesday, 14 March 2012

Beckham, Best, Henry or Cantona: Who were the coolest footballers to ever live?

We would all like to be footballers, right? The money, the women, the cars. Oh, and the playing of football. That’s pretty good. But some are cooler than others. Too cool, even. So cool they make everyone else look like silly, awkward, emasculated chumps. So who were the 10 coolest footballers to e...

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Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Manchester City: Tevez, Telephones and Tedium

Im not sure whats been worse over the last week or so, the phone hacking scandal or the Tevez transfer saga?Maybe if the News Of The World was still in existence it could report, with its tele-pathic powers, where Tevez will be moving to? If I were a Manchester City fan I would just like to see th...

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Monday, 11 July 2011

Would you like to write for Squarefootball?

Do you live, breathe and sleep football? Do you have a passion for writing and want your views to be read by a potential audience of millions? Then we at Squarefootball Towers would love to hear from you. Whether you follow Aberdeen or Accrington Stanley, West Ham United or Wolfsburg, we can offer ...

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Friday, 14 January 2011

West Ham United v Arsenal: Grant seeks further reprieve from death row

Despite losing just one of his past seven league and cup games at West Ham, Avram Grant remains on death row. The former Chelsea and Portsmouth boss is under intense pressure at the Boleyn Ground and many fear that a sizeable defeat this weekend at home to title chasing Arsenal may spell the end of ...

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Saturday, 24 July 2004

934: A View From Across The Pond #

by : Bill Urban "In terms of comfort for the supporters, facilities, stadiums and organisation, there's no comparison," Parreira told reporters. "It's a reflection of Europe's far greater economic wealth. But in terms of the football which has been played, I don't think the Copa America is in any ...

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Wednesday, 07 July 2004

905: COPA AMERICA 2004: Group C pre

by : David Hulott MEXICO (Ricardo Lavolpe) One of the few countries who always take the competition seriously, due to the fact that it presents them with a rare opportunity to play competitively against top-level opposition. Come into the finals on the back of an 18:0 aggregate victory over Domini...

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904: COPA AMERICA 2004: Group B pre

by : David Hulott VENEZUELA (Richard Paez) It wasn't so long ago that Venezuela were the whipping boys of South American football, but times have changed and they are now a force to be reckoned with. They remain the only one of the 12 never to have appeared in the World Cup finals, but are well in...

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903: COPA AMERICA 2004: Group A pre

by : David Hulott GROUP A To win Group A: Peru – 11-8 (Sky Bet) Colombia – 7-4 (Bet 365) Venezuela – 11-2 (William Hill; Sky Bet) Bolivia – 13-2 (Bet 365 ; Gamebookers) PERU (Paulo Autuori) As the host nation, Peru were always certain to deploy their strongest possible squad for the finals, whic...

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Tuesday, 06 July 2004

902: Copa America 2004: Tournament

by : David Hulott The oldest international cup competition in the world kicks-off for its 41st edition in Peru on July 6, with the 10 South American representatives joined by the CONCACAF duo of Mexico and Costa Rica. Recent Copa America finals have taken second billing to the lengthy World Cup qu...

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