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  1. Cadena Ser report that Japanese side Vissel Kobe will offer Iniesta £22m-a-year.
  2. Former Barcelona star Andres Iniesta is keen for a move to Australia's A-League, according to a report from Spain.
  3. Andres Iniesta's move to China has been cast into doubt, according to reports. Chinese Super League club Chongqing Lifan have reportedly told the Barcelona legend that they will not pay him wages that will distort the market. Reuters are reporting that Chongqing are looking to make the adhere to the nation's football association's rules on salary caps. The Chinese side's president Jiang Lizhang said that they are working with Iniesta in areas like marketing and youth education during a statement on Friday. "Recently, the media reported that the Spanish star Iniesta will join the club on a high salary. " Previous reports had suggested that Iniesta was close to agreeing a deal worth £71million over three years with Chongqing. The 33-year-old has rejected Chinese side Chongqing Lifan and is understood to prefer a move Down Under for the lifestyle and an up-and-coming league, says Spanish newspaper Sport. Upon departing the Catalan club, Iniesta said he would not be joining another European club prompting many to believe a move to China, the MLS or the Middle East was on the cards.
  4. Since there seems to be such a thread does not exist, I thought that a topic. Would be very interesting. So ... what soccer jerseys presses do you own? I: Lazio Rome (2004) Inter Milan (fake ^^) (2005 or so) Arsenal (fake) (Henry) (03/04) Tunisia (Dos Santos) (06/07) Cameroon (Foé) (03/04) Olympique Lyon 3rd (Juninho) (06/07) Real Madrid (Robinho) (07/08) Austria Wien (Sweepstakes, Random Football Prize) (05/06 or 04/05) Rapid Wien away (Fabiano) (07/08) Romania (06/07) Spain (06/07) Spain (Torres) (07/09) England away (06/07) Portugal (Ronaldo) (07/09) As Rome (Totti) (07/08) Inter Milan 100 years jubilee jersey (07/08) with the imprint after they became master again in 2008: I Campioni siamo noi - 16 Austria (Vastic) (07/09)
  5. La Liga : Barcelona Premier League : Chelsea Serie A : Juventus Ligue 1 : Paris Saint-Germain Bundesliga : Bayern Munich Portuguese League : Benfica Scottish Premier League : Celtic Eredivisie : PSV Eindhoven Russian Premier League : Zenit Ukraine Premier League : Dynamo Kyiv https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/--bbOo3HgKFQ/VVqxfs-4hHI/AAAAAAAAU8g/jzxi0JuYqwo/w635-h392-no/Swiss_Super_League_Basel.jpg Swiss Super League : Basel
  6. Copa America Chile 2015 The South American equivalent of the European Championships, it was first held in Argentina back in 1916, under the guise of the Campeonato Sudamericano de Seleciones (the South American Championship). The world's oldest international football competition. The 2015 Copa América will be held in Chile from 11 June 2015 until 4 July 2015. Twelve teams will be competing in the South American showpiece which begins in Santiago on Thursday, 11 June. Nike designed a special graphic pattern with the colors white, blue, red and brown, inspired by the Chilean culture. The colors of the Chilean flag make a statement on the design of the ball, the red represents the people, the blue the Chilean sky and the white represents the Andes. In addition, a subtle hint of copper, the nation's economic engine, is woven into the design. Santiago Street art inspired the use of black and white and the overall pattern of the ball. Group A: Chile, Mexico, Ecuador and Bolivia. Group B: Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and Jamaica. Group C: Brazil, Colombia, Peru and Venezuela. Antofagasta: Estadio Regional de Antofagasta Conception: Municipal Stadium Esther Roa Rebolledo La Serena: Estadio La Portada Rancagua: Estadio El Teniente Santiago: Pradanos Julio Martínez National Stadium, Estadio Monumental David Arellano Temuco: Estadio Germán Becker Valparaiso: Estadio Elías Figueroa Brander Vina del Mar: Estadio Sausalito Time and Dates GROUP A: June 11 (7:30 pm) Santiago Chile vs. Ecuador June 12 (7:30 pm) Viña del Mar Mexico vs. Bolivia June 15 (5:00 pm) Valparaiso Ecuador vs. Bolivia June 15 (7:30 pm) Santiago Chile vs. Mexico June 19 (5:00 pm) Rancagua Mexico vs. Ecuador June 19 (7:30 pm) Santiago Chile vs. Bolivia GROUP B: June 13 (3:00 pm) Antofagasta Uruguay vs. Jamaica June 13 (5:30 pm) La Serena Argentina vs. Paraguay June 16 (5:00 pm) Paraguay Antofagasta vs. Jamaica June 16 (7:30 pm) La Serena Argentina vs. Uruguay June 20 (3:00 pm) La Serena Uruguay vs. Paraguay June 20 (5:30 pm) Viña del Mar Argentina vs. Jamaica GROUP C: June 14 (3:00 pm) Rancagua Colombia vs. Venezuela June 14 (5:30 pm) Temuco Brazil vs. Peru June 17 (7:30 pm) Santiago Brazil vs. Colombia June 18 (7:30 pm) Valparaiso Peru vs. Venezuela June 21 (3:00 pm) Temuco Colombia vs. Peru June 21 (5:30 pm) Santiago Brazil vs. Venezuela QUARTER FINALS: June 24 (7:30 pm) Santiago 1A vs. Best third (19) June 25 (7:30 pm) Temuco 2C vs. 2A (20) June 26 (7:30 pm) Viña del Mar 1B vs. 2nd. Best third (21) June 27 (5:30 pm) Concepcion 1C vs. 2B (22) Semifinals: June 29 7:30. m. Santiago G19 vs. G20 June 30 7:30. m. Concepcion G21 vs. G22 THIRD PLACE: July 3 7:30. m. conception FINAL: July 4 4:00 p. m. Santiago Who do you think is the final winner 2016?
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