How Copa America could shape 2022 World Cup hopes for South American nations
The Copa America gave plenty of clues for the 2022 World Cup hopes of winners Brazil, Lionel Messi's Argentina and South America's other nations.
Argentina showing signs of renewal under Lionel Scaloni
Originally Lionel Scaloni was thought of as nothing more than a cheap stop-gap. The former West Ham man, however, has Argentina humming again.
Copa America schedule change makes sense in the short term but not the long term
CONMEBOL's decision to start playing a Copa America every even year is a money-based one but is it the right one for the quality of the tournament?
Amid Uruguayan continuity, pressure is on Brazil and Argentina seek new start
One of the international break's standout games sees Brazil meet Argentina, but like many other CONMEBOL nations, both sides are in a state of flux.
Colombia coach Jose Pekerman steps aside after national team contract expires
Colombia coach Jose Pekerman let his contract run out after six years and two World Cups with the team.
South American football chief Napout gets nine years, $4.3 million fine
A former head of the governing body for soccer in South America was sentenced to nine years in prison by a U.S. judge on Wednesday.