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Macnelly Torres se va al Sharab FC

BUENOS AIRES -- Macenlly Torres vuelve al dejar el fútbol colombiano para probar suerte en el Sharab FC de Arabia.

El club comprador pagó unos 4.5 millones de dólares por el mediocampista de Atlético Nacional.

El capitán del flamante campeón colombiano firmará un contrato por tres años en el fútbol árabe pero seguiría en la consideración de José Pekerman para la Selección, en el año final rumbo al Mundial de Brasil.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

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CONCACAF Gold Cup Preview: USA, El Salvador battle for semi-final spot

USA will be looking to take another step towards their fifth CONCACAF Gold Cup crown when they face El Salvador in the last eight on Sunday.

Jurgen Klinsmann´s men have yet to lose a game in this year´s competition and go into the clash with Agustin Castillo´s side as heavy favourites.

El Salvador qualified for the last eight as one of the two best third-place sides and will be largely unfancied against a USA team that boasts the tournament´s top scorer in Chris Wondolowski.

San Jose forward Wondolowski has five goals to his name, but El Salvador have their own talisman in the form of attacker Rodolfo Zelaya, who has netted three times so far in the competition.

Despite USA´s 100 per cent record, which was ensured by Brek Shea´s late winner against Costa Rica, Klinsmann has opted to make four changes to his squad ahead of the meeting at M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore.

Two of the changes have been enforced because of injury, with defender Oguchi Onyewu continuing to feel the effects of an ankle sprain picked up in the 4-1 win over Belize on July 13, and attacker Herculez Gomez struggling with a knee problem.

Defender Corey Ashe and forward Jack McInerney also depart, with Matt Besler, Omar Gonzalez, Alan Gordon and Eddie Johnson coming in as USA set their sights on the semi-finals.

El Salvador have endured a frenetic tournament; they surrendered a 2-1 lead and were left to settle for a point in their opening Group B match with Trinidad and Tobago, and lost 1-0 to Honduras in their second outing.

However, they secured their qualification for the quarter-finals by virtue of a slender win over Haiti on Tuesday, Zelaya scoring in the 76th minute.

Castillo´s men will know that history is against them heading into Sunday´s encounter as they have not gone further than the quarter-finals under the competition´s current guise, and will need to produce their best performance of the tournament if they are to change that record.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

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Who´s on the list of Liga MX 2013 Apertura title contenders?

Club America are the reigning champions and likely to make Liguilla again, but they´re certainly not the favorites to capture the title.

It´s prediction season, gang. With Liga MX kicking off tonight, I thought I´d separate the league´s good teams out into categories and guess what level they´re on this season. The first category is teams that I expect to be in contention for Liguilla up until the end of the year, but that I don´t see as real title contenders. The second is the real contenders. The final category is for the favorite to win the whole thing, and I´m not exactly going out on a limb with that prediction.

Close, but no cigar

Tijuana - There´s no question that Tijuana have the talent to push for a title, but they´ve downgraded at striker, both in depth and in quality. Herculez Gomez is a good signing, but it´s tough to see him replacing the production of Alfredo Moreno and Duiver Riascos. While Jorge Almiron is held in high regard, he´s also an unproven young coach. It´s just too tough to pick them at the moment.

Morelia - Probably a season of mid-table mediocrity for Monarcas. Like Tijuana, they have a fairly unproven manager in Carlos Bustos. Their first XI is very good, but they have very little depth.

Chivas - The talent is there and Benjamin Galindo is a great manager, but I need to see something spectacular before I believe it from Chivas. It´ll be tough to take them serious as a real title contender until they´re in the semifinals of Liguilla, regardless of the talent on their books.

Leon - The Carlos Slim-backed outfit has brought in a ton of talent in recent windows and should sneak into Liguilla, but relying on Franco Arizala and Mauro Boselli to carry them to a title seems suspect.

Some of El Tri´s budding young stars and fringe players will have every chance to play their way into the Mexico setup this year, while one foreign arrival has a chance to become one of the league´s biggest stars.
Pachuca - The other Carlos Slim-backed outfit. They´ve brought in even more players than Leon and have an impressive-looking roster, but it´s difficult to see how they´re going to fit all of the pieces together.

Santos - The veterans that Santos is built around remained with the team this summer, but there isn´t quite as much talent around them as there used to be. If Oribe Peralta regains his form from the 2011-12 season and becomes one of the league´s top scorers, they could very easily sneak into the elite group.

The contenders

Monterrey

Aldo de Nigris and Walter Ayovi were massive departures for the Rayados, but Efrain Juarez and Dorlan Pabon should make for adequate replacements. Even though Juarez has had a couple of rough seasons, he´s a versatile player coming into a team with minimal central midfield depth, and he should be given every opportunity to shine in that role. It remains to be seen if Pabon will find his footing in Mexico, but it´s very possible that he could be an upgrade over Aldo.

Otherwise, the faces of Monterrey have stuck around. Humberto Suazo, Jesus Zavala, Jose Maria Basanta, Leobardo Lopez and Jonathan Orozco form the best spine in the country, while Cesar Delgado and Neri Cardozo provide excellent support on the wings. Hiram Mier and Severo Meza, who have established themselves as regulars in the Mexican national team, can play a variety of positions in defense and midfield depending on Victor Manuel Vucetich´s tactics and the availability of other players. They have talent all over and a lot of players who can fill in all over the pitch.

Finding a regular midfield partner -- whether that be Juarez, Meza or a youngster -- for Zavala will be key. The Rayados are also going to need to get Pabon scoring regularly to become legitimate title contenders. He´s one of the most talented forwards in Mexico, but he didn´t stick in Europe because of homesickness. Is Mexico going to be close enough to his native Colombia for him to deal with that, or has he gotten over those issues?

Cruz Azul

It almost seems like mocking Cruz Azul fans to call them a contender for the title. They´re close every year and went through a string of three consecutive runner-up finishes at the end of last decade. In the last tournament, they lost in the most heartbreaking way possible, giving up a late equalizer to America goalkeeper Moises Muñoz before going on to lose the final on penalties.

The Blue Machine had a couple of fairly important departures, but adequate, if not superior replacements have come in. Joao Rojas has replaced Alejandro Vela while Jeronimo Animone comes to the team to replace Javier Orozco. Nestor Araujo and Nicolas Bertolo have left as well, but both were disappointing and Cruz Azul have faith in the young players coming up behind them.

The biggest question mark for Cruz Azul is whether or not their older players can hold up. Gerardo Torrado returned to form last season, but he had a rough summer with Mexico and can´t play at the highest level forever. Luis Perea, Mariano Pavone, Chaco Jimenez and Israel Castro are all on the wrong side of 30 as well. Pablo Barrera looks primed to have a big season, but his injury history is always a bit scary.

Cruz Azul will be contenders if they stay healthy, but that´s a big if.


America

The departures of Diego Reyes and ´Chucho´ Cristian Bentiez´s are absolutely massive for Club America, but they won´t be enough to keep them with competing with the big boys. They´re certainly not favorites to repeat as champions, but they´ll be expected to make Liguilla comfortably and avoid getting run over when they get there.

Raul Jimenez has the biggest spotlight on him, but he´ll need Narciso Mina and Luis Gabriel Rey to help him make up for the loss of Chucho. In defense, Erik Pimentel will need to step up with Reyes gone, while defensive midfielder Carlos Gutierrez could be asked to play a bit in the back line if Miguel Herrera sticks with a back three.

But even more so than the direct replacements for Reyes and Chucho, the burden to pick up after them falls on the America midfield and wingbacks. Chucho and Reyes were so good during the last tournament that America could afford to push their wingbacks high up the pitch and play with only one true defensive center midfielder. Herrera might need to be a bit more conservative this season, while Jesus Molina and new acquisition Andres Andrade will need to strike up a great partnership.

The favorites

Tigres

Hugo Ayala´s late-season injury, along with Queretaro´s relegation, was a death blow to Tigres´ 2012 Clausura campaign. They looked like the favorites to clinch the title until Ayala went down for the season with an injury. Queretaro´s relegation meant 9th-placed Monterrey, their local rivals, would meet them in Liguilla. Monterrey present a worse matchup than most for Tigres anyway, but without Ayala in the back, the Rayados ran over them.

Ayala´s back from surgery and none of Tigres´ key players have departed. Elias Hernandez and Luis Garcia are gone, but both had disappointing years and probably won´t be missed too much. Ayala´s back line mates Israel Jiménez, Juninho and Jorge Torres Nilo combine with him to make up Mexico´s best back line. Danilinho, Damian Alvarez, Lucas Lobos and Tito Villa are arguably the best front line in the league.

Where Tigres´ question marks lie are in their goalkeeper, center of midfield and their attacking depth. Enrique Palos is a good goalkeeper, but certainly not one of Mexico´s five or six best. Jose Francisco Torres and Carlos Salcido are a solid, Liguilla-level partnership, but not quite up to the level of the rest of the team. Backup striker Rodrigo Mora showed flashes of brilliance in recent spells with Defensor Sporting, Peñarol and River Plate, but he´s had an inconsistent career.

Obviously, this is a bit nit-picky. When Palos, Torres, Salcido and Mora are a team´s questionable players, they´re doing something right. Those are rock solid role players for almost any other Liguilla team, not potential holes. We´re really just picking out potential holes in a truly great team, not in a contending team. There´s no doubt that Tigres are very serious contenders, and they should probably be considered favorites to win the Apertura.
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5 players to watch in the Liga MX 2013 Apertura

Some of El Tri´s budding young stars and fringe players will have every chance to play their way into the Mexico setup this year, while one foreign arrival has a chance to become one of the league´s biggest stars.

We mentioned Jimenez earlier in our ´5 big questions´ post, but that part of the post deserved to be expanded on here. Currently away on Gold Cup duty with the Mexican national team, Jimenez will probably miss America´s first game of the season next week, but he´ll almost certainly slot right into the starting lineup right after that.

He´s going to have a chance to make a big impression on his national team manager in the Gold Cup knockout stages after his playing time was limited in World Cup qualifying and the Confederations Cup, and based on less than encouraging recent developments in the careers of other national player pool strikers, he´ll have every chance to cement his place with good performances.

Jimenez is a very big striker by Liga MX and Mexican national team standards at 6´3", but he has surprisingly good touch and pace for a man of his size. His finishing leaves a bit to be desired, but he makes up for it with his hold-up play and passing. He also showed signs of improving as a goal-scorer in his last tournament, netting 10 goals in 23 appearances.

With ´Chucho´ Benitez gone, all the pressure will be on him to be the focal point and star of the Club America attack. Luis Gabriel Rey is a solid and consistent player, but America will likely only go as far as Jimenez takes them. If he rises to new heights and becomes one of the best strikers in Mexico, they´ll be able to contend for a title. If he fails to continue to improve, they´ll probably be a fringe Liguilla side.

Jorge Enriquez

Enriquez is in a very similar situation to Jimenez, though Club America´s recent title might keep the pressure off Jimenez just a little bit. Chivas, who have underachieved badly in recent seasons, are in an entirely different situation. Their fans expect results now, and they might be hard to come by if Enriquez doesn´t finally fulfill his promise and cement himself as a top Liga MX central midfielder.

Veteran midfielder Luis Ernesto Perez had a disappointing season in his first year with Chivas and was shipped out to Queretaro, putting the responsibility to run the midfield on Enriquez. Antonio Gallardo has come back from loan and will provide some depth, but he doesn´t have anywhere near the talent of ´Chaton´, who has had a bit of a roller-coaster career to this point.

Enriquez impressed as a teenager, but didn´t play particularly well in the run-up to the Summer Olympics, where he surprisingly starred in Mexico´s gold medal run. That looked like it might be a jumping-off point for him to finally become a star, but he had a rough 2012-13 season for Chivas.

This could be a sink or swim year for Enriquez as a Chivas starter and as a national team option in the short term. He could be the anchor of a Chivas team that returns to Liguilla en route to a place on the World Cup squad or he could turn in a mediocre year in another disappointing season for Chivas.

Hugo Ayala

The 2013 Clausura Liguilla and Gold Cup should have been opportunities for Hugo Ayala to prove that he´s the best central defender in Mexico and worthy of consideration for a starting place in the Mexico team. Instead, he went down for the season a few weeks before Liguilla and failed to recover in time to play for Mexico this summer. He´ll be fit to start the season, but he´s now behind the curve in sealing a national team place and will need to turn in a dominant year to get back into the discussion.

Given his pre-injury form and the team around him, there´s no reason to believe that he won´t. He forms arguably the best central defense partnership in the league with Juninho at Tigres as part of what seems to be pretty clearly the best back line, with fullbacks Jorge Torres Nilo and Israel Jimenez on either side of them.

Ayala is only an average-sized defender at 6´0", but he makes up for any physical shortcomings with his positioning and anticipation. He regularly sees passes before the players he´s marking do and cuts out through balls and 50-50 balls expertly. Between ´Maza´ Francisco Rodriguez´s continued decline and the fact that Diego Reyes is going to have to fight for his place at Porto, Ayala might find himself in a position to become an El Tri starter.

Fernando Arce

While Fernando Arce has been a solid player in Liga MX for a decade, he surprised many last year by putting in the best season of his career at the age of 32. He´s a key man for Tijuana, and their ability to contend for a title will likely depend on how he holds up. He´s 33 now with literally hundreds of games on his legs and it´s difficult to see him matching the level he played at last season.

While Arce has played most of his career as an attacking midfielder or a wide player, he´s reinvented himself with the Xolos, spending most of his time as a two-way central midfielder in a 4-2-3-1 or 3-4-3 formation. He´s surprisingly dealt very well with his new defensive responsibilities and held up better than anyone could have reasonably expected him to in Copa Libertadores tilts with Corinthians and Atletico Mineiro.

Arce´s resurgence in a new position is difficult to explain, but he´s been consistent enough that it´s impossible to just write him off as lucky. He seems to have adapted to it so well that he´s become one of Mexico´s best central midfielders, something that would have been unthinkable two years ago. If he keeps this up, Tijuana will keep contending with Mexico´s traditional powers.

Dorlan Pabon

Fans and bloggers alike regularly refer to signings as ´boom or bust´, declaring that the player will either have a massive impact or be a bad signing. This is generally a cop-out from someone who is unwilling to stick their neck out while also usually being wholly inaccurate; players who look like boom or bust signings turn out to be average all the time. However, in the case of Dorlan Pabon, it´s very difficult to envision him being an average signing for Monterrey.

During his two seasons at Atletico Nacional in his native Colombia, Pabon was dominant. Playing either as a wide forward or a center forward, his combination of dribbling ability, pace and finishing made him deadly regardless of his position or who he was playing with. He was one of the best players at the 2012 Copa Libertadores, finishing one goal behind the golden boot winners with seven, despite playing in just eight games. That led to his transfer to Parma, which turned out to be a disaster.

Pabon failed to score in Serie A with Parma and both he and the club cited family issues as his inability to settle and perform well there. His eventual move to Monterrey was announced in the winter, but he moved on loan to Betis for the remainder of the season, where he performed well.

With Aldo de Nigris gone to Chivas and Humberto Suazo a year older, Pabon will get plenty of time in the starting lineup for the Rayados and will be expected to produce. If his personal and family issues are sorted and he´s not feeling homesick, expect him to quickly establish himself as one of Liga MX´s best strikers and score at a rate that rivals the departed ´Chucho´. But if he´s not focused? Well, we´ve already seen how poorly that can turn out.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

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PSG confirm capture of €35m Brazilian defender

PSG have officially announced the signing of Marquinhos from Roma in a deal thought to be worth in the region of €35 million.

The Parisien side announced the acquisition on their official website, bringing an end to several weeks’ worth of speculation.

Roma stand to make a sizable profit on a player they signe, potentially in the region d from Corinthians last summer for just €7 millionof €28 million.

Reports in the press earlier on Thursday suggested that PSG had to fend off late interest from Barcelona before completing the deal.

Marquinhos is reportedly earmarked as a replacement for Brazilian defender Alex, who is set to leave the Parc des Princes this summer.

PSG were also boosted by their captain Thiago Silva announcing that he would stay and honour his contract amidst speculation linking him to Barcelona.

The Ligue 1 side have also recently sealed the signing of Uruguayan striker Edinson Cavani from Napoli and French left-back Lucas Digne from Lille.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

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AS Monaco complete Fabinho signing

Monaco have completed the signing of young Brazilian full-back Fabinho from Rio Ave for an undisclosed fee.

The Brazilian will become Monaco’s tenth signing of the summer and will join big names such as Falcao, Hulk and João Moutinho at the Ligue 1 club.

Fabinho, 19, joined Rio Ave from Brazilian side Fluminense in July 2012, but was immediately loaned to Real Madrid’s Castilla side last season.

However, despite playing a full-season at B-team level and making his senior debut, Real Madrid decided against signing him permanently.

Monaco then swooped for the youngster and have now bolstered their ranks even further as a result of their cash influx.

Fabinho first came to wider attention in January 2012 as part of a Fluminense side that reached the final of the prestigious Copa São Paulo youth tournament in Brazil.

Other members of that side, principally Marcos Junior and Michael, have since gone on to become members of the club’s first-team squad.
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Centennial Copa America in 2016 lining up in U.S.

Back in October of 2012, Nicolas Leoz, then the president of the South American soccer confederation known as CONMEBOL, announced that the Centenary Copa America would be held in the U.S. in a special tournament with all 10 of CONMEBOL´s member countries plus six CONCACAF nations.

Except there was one important detail CONMEBOL had left out while making the very splashy announcement. Neither CONCACAF -- which represents the North and Central American and Caribbean soccer nations -- nor U.S. Soccer was on board.

But according to new CONCACAF president Jeffrey Webb, things have changed, and they have changed dramatically: "There have been a lot of discussions over the last year," Webb told me exclusively. "We’re looking at 2016, which would be the centennial year for the Copa America."

The tournament was originally known as the South American Championships and didn´t change its name to Copa America until the 1975 tournament. In 1993 it grew to a 12-nation tourney when it invited Mexico and the United States as guests. Mexico lost the final to Argentina that year and has been a permanent invitee ever since. The U.S. has participated three times and was a fourth-place finisher in 1995.

If the Centennial Copa America becomes a done deal, it would ease the sting of the U.S. losing out to Qatar in the competition to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup. And things are moving in the right direction according to Webb, who became the CONCACAF president a year ago, replacing the disgraced Jack Warner, who stepped down amid allegations of widespread corruption.

"There is great synergy between both confederations," Webb explained. "Hopefully both confederations will have a final agreement and we will have a great Centennial Copa America."

The tournament -- as announced last year -- would include all 10 nations from CONMEBOL, among them perennial powers Brazil and Argentina. CONCACAF would field six teams. The U.S. and Mexico would get automatic spots while the other four teams would get invitations based on their standings in the 2015 Gold Cup, which is CONCACAF’s biennial national team competition.
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Sport Recife sign Diego Maurício

Sport Recife have confirmed the signing of Alania´s winger Diego Maurício on a loan deal.

Diego Maurício is also known as ´Drogbinha´ or ´Little Drogba´, he started his career at Flamengo but he has never lived up the expectations.

Sport Recife´s director of football Marcos Amaral talked with Globo Esporte about the new signing, he said: "Diego Maurício signed a one-year contract, he will arrive in Recife for the medical. We will try to sign a left-back since he arrived."

He started his career at Flamengo, where he played from 2010 to 2012 without impressing, then moved to Russian club Alania, but he could not live up to the hype either.

Sport are currently in third place in the Brazilian national second division, the top four are promoted to the top division.
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Napoli coach Benitez targets Leandro Damião

Napoli coach Rafael Benitez has revealed his admiration for Internacional striker Leandro Damião as the Spaniard targets two attacking signings.

Benitez admitted that Napoli are in the market for two forwards, one of which could be Damião who has been tracked by the Partenopei for some time.

"Damiao is very good," the Champions League-winning coach told Gazzetta dello Sport. "Two attackers will arrive: one who is more of a centre forward and the other a support striker."

Having banked a reported €64 million for Cavani, Napoli have plenty of money to spend, but Benitez maintains he wants value for money.

"We are looking for players at a fair price," he explained. "But it is clear that to compete at a certain level we need players with experience and international quality."

Internacional are currently demanding at least €20 million for the Brazilian but that price tag has put off many takers, including Tottenham.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

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Grêmio defender Bressan wants Juventus move, claims agent

The agent of Grêmio’s Bressan has revealed that the young defender is hoping for a move to Juventus.

The 20-year-old Brazilian, whose full name is Matheus Simonete Bressanelli, has reportedly attracted the attention of the Italian champions in recent weeks.

And Bressan’s representative, Marcelo Lipatin, has claimed that the young centre-back is now looking to leave Porto Alegre for Italy, as reported on Forza Italian Football.

"We were in Italy a month ago to obtain his Italian citizenship and the passport arrived yesterday," Lipatin told Tuttomercatoweb.

"This is great advantage for his career as it can now bring in interest from the big European sides."

However, despite rumoured interest, Lipatin claims that Juventus are yet to make an official offer, while urging other potential suitors to move quickly to land the highly-rated youngster.

He added: "At this moment nothing official has arrived from Juventus.

"They might have spoken with Grêmio but if they have the club would have let me know and then we will see if we can close a deal.

"But at the moment Grêmio have not received any concrete offers and because of this the player will stay for the moment.

"He is one of the most important prospects in Brazilian football.

"Whoever wants him should take advantage and get him now, as between now and December the price is sure to increase considerably."

The former Juventude player has made seven appearances in the Brasileirão so far this season, and five in the Copa Libertadores before Grêmio crashed out to Colombian side Santa Fe in May.
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