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Soccer's post-coronavirus transfer market could spell tough times for South American clubs
As the appetite for football to restart in South America grows, clubs must consider a future in which they cannot rely on selling stars to Europe.
How will CONMEBOL fit Copa Libertadores, World Cup qualifying and Copa America into football's coronavirus-hit calendar?
Football's calendar is being upended by the coronavirus, but that hasn't stopped officials in South America from insisting on playing on as planned.
Tevez wage cut comments met with anger, does not account for struggles of many South American players
Carlos Tevez's assumption that players can temporarily survive without wages was not only misguided but also rings largely untrue in South America.
CONMEBOL offers financial help to top South American clubs
Clubs in the Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana have been offered an advance of up to 60% of their prize money so they can stay solvent.
Flamengo boss Jorge Jesus says he has positive coronavirus test
Flamengo coach Jorge Jesus has tested positive for coronavirus and is under quarantine in Rio de Janeiro while doctors perform a second test.
Chile's Copa Libertadores controversy an example of fixture chaos
A season derailed, sparking debate over relegation, promotion and continental places? This is exactly what happened last season in Chile.