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Copa America with European countries?

Discussion in 'Copa America Forum' started by Libertadores FC, Aug 30, 2016.

  1. Libertadores FC

    Libertadores FC Well-Known Member

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    Alejandro Dominguez wants a Copa America with European countries with latin roots such as France, Spain and Portugal.

    What a mess.
     

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    epic73 Well-Known Member

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    AKA mini yearly World Cup
     
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  3. Libertadores FC

    Libertadores FC Well-Known Member

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    The Copa América isn't yearly but I thought the same.
     
  4. Dirk

    Dirk Lower Saxon

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    Crackpot idea. Is it already April Fools' Day?
    Countries with "Latin roots". And why not Italy? In the former Roman Empire the native language was latin :D

    And you have to rename the Copa America.
    With Spain and Portugal in it, how about Copa America Conquistadores? /i
     
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    MJA Well-Known Member

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    Glad to see it is not just our very own UEFA that likes to come up with crackpot ideas
     

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