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Chile coach Reinaldo Rueda has bemoaned the "very torturous" spell that Alexis Sanchez has endured in the past few seasons.
FIFA is supporting CONMEBOL's request to suspend World Cup qualifiers scheduled for the end of March due to fears over the coronavirus.
Arturo Vidal's decision to sue Barcelona over a dispute about bonus payments will not affect his standing in the team, coach Ernesto Valverde said.
Australia will face Lionel Messi and Argentina at next year's Copa America after being drawn in Group A for the South American championship.
The Chilean football season has been ended early following a meeting of the Council of Presidents of Chilean professional football clubs on Friday.
Peru federation sporting director Juan Carlos Oblitas called Chile's last-minute cancellation of the Nov. 19 friendly 'inconceivable.'
The Copa Libertadores final between Flamengo and River Plate has been moved to Lima, Peru from Santiago, Chile.
River Plate boss Marcelo Gallardo said he is "worried" that protests in Chile could force a change for the Copa Libertadores final vs. Flamengo.
Inter forward Alexis Sanchez has undergone surgery on his left ankle and sources have told ESPN FC he is expected to miss the rest of the year.
Chile captain Alexis Sanchez has been released from the squad to undergo further tests after suffering a left ankle injury.
Rudi Gutendorf, the tireless manager who guided a world record 55 teams, including 18 national sides, has died at 93.
Argentine and Chile renewed their combative rivalry in Los Angeles on Thursday in a game that was peppered with 10 yellow cards.
U.S youth international and Hannover 96 forward Sebastian Soto has been contacted by Chile manager Reinaldo Rueda, according to an ESPN FC source.
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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 played their best football of the tournament as Chile battled the sands of time, but one incident dominates the postmatch discussions.
Argentina secured third place at the Copa America with a 2-1 victory over Chile in an eventful consolation playoff that saw Lionel Messi sent off.
An angry Lionel Messi suggested "corruption" was to blame for his sending off in Argentina's 2-1 third-place playoff victory over Chile at the Copa.
Few would have predicted such a one-sided Copa America semifinal, but Peru bore little resemblance to the side that struggled in previous games.
Peru advanced to the final of the Copa America and a date with hosts Brazil after beating reigning champions Chile 3-0 on Wednesday.
Copa America semifinals: Pressure on Brazil and Argentina, while Chile and Peru play with house money
The Copa America semifinals (live on ESPN+) are a contrast. In one, neither team dares lose. In the other, both sides are just happy to be there.
Reinaldo Rueda's tweaks have breathed new life into an ageing Chile side and positioned the Copa America holders to defy Father Time one last time.
Chile had two goals cancelled due to VAR and thus scratched out a penalty shoot-out win over Colombia, who see their Copa America run fizzle out.
Reigning champions Chile advanced to the semifinals of the Copa America on Friday after beating Colombia 5-4 in a penalty shootout.