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Arsenal target Campbell puts off decision on his future

Arsenal's Costa Rican target Joel Campbell has delayed a decision on his future ahead of the Under-20 World Cup in Colombia, which start a week on Friday.

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The first quarter-final of the 2011 Copa América sees two of the tournament’s surprise packages go head-to-head for a place in the final four.

Cristian Zapata leaves Udinese for Villarreal

Udinese have confirmed the sale of Cristian Zapata to Spanish side Villarreal for an undisclosed fee.

Colombia results have fanatical fan all in a flap at the Copa America

With Colombia at the summit of Group A there’s one member of Los Cafeteros’ clan still soaring above the rest, Gustavo José Llanos Marino.

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On his solo debut, Jon Fratelli continues to mine the knack for an infectious hook that powered the ubiquitous "Chelsea Dagger".

Fans furious as Argentina draw with Colombia in Copa America

The host nation were lucky to escape with a point after Los Cafeteros (The Coffee Growers as Colombia are known) wasted a host of chances to win the game.

Video Exclusive: Dave Stewart's new video

New video from song-writer and music producer Dave Stewart. The track, Can't Get You Out of My Head, comes from his new album The Blackbird Diaries.

The album is out now.

Glastonbury: Music, mud, MC Tinie – and Ken's cameo

U2 didn't quite live up to the hype, but Coldplay and urban music stars make up for it

SW19 Diary: Team Murray not amused by unsolicited 'Come ons'

Whatever Wimbledon crowds are known for (Stoicism? Politeness? Queuing?), wit is not it. The habit of some semi-sozzled Home Counties voice braying "Come on, Tim" at a quiet moment of an Andy Murray match has quickly caught on. The Murray camp are not amused. "We were talking about it before my first match, asking how long it would be before the first 'Come on, Tim'," said Murray yesterday. "I said within the first game. It came four minutes in.

Copa America: Costa Rica squad preview

Our run down of the teams involved in the 2011 Copa America, which kicks off on July 1, continues with a closer look at Costa Rica.

Copa America: Colombia squad preview

We continue our run down of the teams involved in the 2011 Copa America, which kicks off on July 1, with a look at Columbia.

Stephen Glover: One rule for print, another for online

Media Studies: What are we to make of the provocative photographs published by Mail Online of a video of Colombian singer Shakira?

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