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Henao will be added to the roster pending the receipt of his P-1 Work Visa and International Transfer Certificate. "Harrison is a talented and versatile midfielder who gives us depth in the middle of the field," said Rapids Technical Director Paul
Colombia's Juan Carlos Osorio, the former Red Bulls and Chicago Fire coach, is taking over Mexico club Puebla. The club said in a statement that Osorio would take over the team at the end of the month, once he leaves Colombia club Once Caldas.
Alejandro Martinuccio scored a stoppage-time goal to give Uruguay's Penarol a 2-0 win over Chile's Universidad Catolica in the first leg of their Copa Libertadores quarterfinal Wednesday. Juan Manuel Olivera opened the scoring in the 37th minute
Santos playmaker Paulo Henrique Ganso was declared unavailable by his club on Monday for six weeks with a thigh injury, putting his participation for Brazil in the Copa America in doubt. The 21-year-old midfielder suffered the injury to his right
Both legs of the tie finished scoreless to take the second match straight to penalties...After seven successful kicks, Facundo Roncaglia had his effort saved by Cerro goalkeeper Diego Barreto and Villarreal smashed his penalty into the roof of the
Brazilian teams humiliated in Libertadores Cup Buenos Aires: Brazil had a night to forget in the Libertadores Cup as holders Internacional and favourites Cruzeiro were among four of the soccer power's teams to crash out of the competition. Brazilian
In two late matches, Once Caldas played Cruzeiro and Santos faced America...Jackson Martinez of Colombia scored in 57th minute to rally Jaguares to the draw. Luis Paez gave Junior the lead in the 7th minute after a key pass from Jhon Viafara.
Brazil's Internacional had a 2-0 home win against Emelec of Ecuador, while Chiapas qualified despite losing 2-1 at Bolivia's Jorge Wilstermann. The results gave Internacional top spot in Group 6 on 13 points from six matches, with Chiapas through in
Mexico's San Luis beat Peru's Universidad San Martin 3-1 while former champion Once Caldas got a draw away at Paraguay's Libertad to ensure the fight for qualification from Copa Libertadores Group A goes to the final game.
Sergio Aquino scored a penalty in the 25th minute to secure the win. Coupled with Once Caldas' 1-1 draw with Mexican club San Luis later in the day, Libertad is assured of finishing in the top two in Group 1. Also Tuesday, Santiago Garcia scored the