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DANIEL PASSARELLA RUMORS

South American giants enter Copa America with point to prove

SANTIAGO, Chile -- As odd as it may sound, many nations didn’t take the Copa America particularly seriously even as late as the 1990s. When Argentina stuttered through the group stage in 1997 before losing to Peru in the quarter-final, manager Daniel Passarella was able to blame the performance on a squad weakened by absences and withdrawals and the upcoming World Cup qualifiers...
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June 08, 2015  |  Discuss
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