First game I've caught on Brazilian TV this year, Guarani unlucky to lose. Still don't understand why teams from Chile and Colombia enter a round later, maybe its a commercial thing. Surely Ecuador sides have performed better in recent years in both competitions.
Thanks that's helpful. I understand Brazil and Argentina but I don't understand why Chile and Colombia 4th placed teams don't enter at the first round. I would have thought Ecuador and maybe even Paraguay have done better in recent years than those 2. But you are probably right it will be to do with appealing to the bigger populations and more popular leagues rather than a UEFA style points system.
Looking at two of the previous post concerning Danubio being relegated from div 1 in Uruguay.What prospects of players are Uruguay producing nowadays ,we know about Brazilian and Argentine players.Should we be looking at that market and is it more value for us financially.As I seen in post they have 16 year old playing first team games.
He also became the youngest South American to score a hat-trick in professional football, a record which was held by Diego Maradona since 1977 and Pelé prior to that.
Cracking ties. Are Independiente del Valle much different now Ramirez has moved on?
Don’t deny yourself bud. I’ve watched a few of the qualifiers so far and enjoyed the openness of the play in some right good games. Compared to the dire offerings tge EPL has served up recently I’d recommend giving the Copa Libertadores a right good viewingEnjoyed the semis and final on the red button a few weeks back, but don't think I'll be bothering much until the business end of it.