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DSanchez17
UFWC Copa America Preview

The 2015 Copa America – the 44th edition of the South American international football competition – gets underway today. Chile are the hosts, and Uruguay are the reigning Copa holders. Argentina and Colombia, both highly placed in Fifa’s rankings, will be among the favourites to win the tournament. But few pundits will discount the current Unofficial Football World Champions – Brazil.

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Crystian Cruz
UFWC champions Brazil face Mexico and Honduras

Unofficial Football World Champions Brazil play two Copa America warm-up matches this week, against Mexico and Honduras. The Seleção face Mexico in Sao Paolo on Sunday 7 June, and then Honduras in Porto Alegre on Wednesday 10 June, before travelling to Chile for the Copa. The Mexico game is a UFWC title match and, should Brazil retain the title, the Honduras match will be, too.

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James Willamor
Underachievers Mexico face unofficial champions Brazil

Mexico have announced their squad ahead of the forthcoming UFWC title match against Brazil. It’s a busy summer for Mexico, who will compete as guests in CONMEBOL’s Copa America in June, then in the CONCACAF Gold Cup in July. Ahead of that, on 7 June, they play reigning unofficial football world champions Brazil. It’s a chance for Mexico to rid themselves of their status as the UFWC’s biggest underachievers, but a…

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DSanchez17
Dunga’s Brazil squad set for Copa challenge

Brazil coach Dunga has announced his squad for the forthcoming Copa America tournament, and for two warm-up friendlies, beginning with a UFWC title match against Mexico. Reigning unofficial football world champions Brazil play challengers Mexico on 7 June at Allianz Parque in Sao Paolo. Both Brazil and Mexico will then compete at the Copa America, which begins in Chile on 11 June. For Brazil…

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Brazil v Mexico 2013 by Crystian Cruz
Brazil hold UFWC title as Copa America approaches

In just over six weeks’ time, the 2015 Copa America – the 44th edition of the South American international football competition – will get underway. Chile are the hosts, and Uruguay are the reigning Copa holders. Alongside ten national teams from the CONMEBOL confederation will be two guests from CONCACAF – Mexico and Jamaica. Argentina and Colombia, both highly placed in Fifa’s rankings, will be among the favourites to win…

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