Radamel Falcao’s career trajectory led him to Turkish powerhouse Galatasaray. Although he had success in Monaco, he decided to play in a more football-obsessed city like Istanbul, a fact which can also help him regain his place in the Colombia squad.
During his stint as Argentina’s national team manager, Diego Maradona called up an abnormal number of local players to represent the Albiceleste. A decade later, the “Diego Boys” are in the Primeira Nacional, the nation’s second division, in search for glory, and maybe some extra ratings for the competition.
Brazilian teams understand it is time to take a step to the next level, both in terms of marketing and producing better football. The signings of Dani Alves, Filipe Luis and Rafinha represent this trend. Should the European clubs worry?
Colombia’s women football has new hope, and a new star to show for: Leicy Santos has just won the Gold medal with the national team in the 2019 Pan-american games, and has signed with Spanish giants Atletico Madrid.
James Rodriguez is experiencing a confusing summer, as it is still unknown where he will play next season. One thing is certain - he must play regularly to revive his career and come in full strength for Colombia’s huge upcoming year.
Luis Diaz had a long path from playing for his neighborhood team until he became part of the Colombian national team squad. As one of the new hottest prospects in the country, he wants to reach the Copa America semifinals.