2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
10th in Colombian Primera A

Colombian player survives post-match shooting

Deportivo Cali defender Juan Quintero narrowly escaped injury when his car was shot after the club failed to make the playoffs.

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318dJeff Rueter

Sources: Minn. director in Colombia for talks

Minnesota United technical director Manny Lagos has flown to Colombia to meet with Deportivo Cali officials to discuss Nicolas Benedetti, sources say.

1026dTim Vickery

Vickery: Moreno a revelation for Atletico

Atletico Nacional's Marlos Moreno and Boca Juniors midfielder Adrian Cubas were two of the standout stars in the Copa Libertadores this week.

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Colombia: James suffers minor knee injury

"James' knee shows trauma, but it is nothing major and he was taken off the pitch as a preventive measure," the team doctor said.

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1206dESPN staff

Atletico sign Santos Borre and Kranevitter

Atletico Madrid sealed the dual signings of Colombian striker Rafael Santos Borre and Argentine midfielder Matias Kranevitter on Friday.

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1223dDermot Corrigan

Atletico agree deal for Santos Borre - agent

"The two clubs have reached an agreement," Wenin said. "He will stay playing at Deportivo Cali for the rest of the year, and the first half of 2016."

2017-18 L. Águila Ladder

Deportes Tolima191234+1239
Once Caldas191063+936
La Equidad191135+836
Independiente Medellín19973+1034
Atlético Junior18954+1632
Atlético Nacional18855+729
Rionegro Águilas18855+129
Independiente Santa Fe18774+1128
Deportivo Cali18756+326
América de Cali19676-125
Boyacá Chicó FC19559-920
Patriotas F.C.19559-920
Alianza Petrolera196112-1119
Atlético Huila19469-918
Deportivo Pasto18369-915
Jaguares de Córdoba182511-1711
Leones FC181512-138

RankingsColombian Primera A

Goal Difference126th
Goals Scored46Tied-8th
Goals Conceded34Tied-2nd