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Tabarez signs new four-year Uruguay deal

After a short stint in charge between 1988 and 1990, Oscar Tabarez took over again in 2006 and has led the South American nation ever since.

15dTom Marshall, Cesar Hernandez and Eric Gomez

W2W4: Youth, manager saga will define Mexico-Uruguay

Mexico returns to the pitch for the first time since the World Cup with a friendly against Uruguay. Here's what to watch for in Friday's friendly.

Barcelona's Luis Suarez meets NFL star DeAndre Hopkins (1:01)
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23dAdriana Garcia

Suarez in Uruguay squad vs. Mexico, Cavani rests

Edinson Cavani is being rested after only recently returning to full fitness following a hamstring injury sustained at the World Cup.

Uruguay's Luis Suarez and Diego Godin
30dAssociated Press

Suarez, Godin support FIFA's Uruguay intervention

Uruguay stars Luis Suarez and Diego Godin were players who expressed FIFA's decision to take temporary control of the country's federation.

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FIFA intervene to run Uruguayan FA

FIFA intervened to take control of Uruguayan soccer on Tuesday in a bid to ensure fair elections can be held for the association's president.

Extra Time: Barca's biggest weakness, Liverpool's vulnerabilities (6:26)
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65dAdriana Garcia, ESPN writer

Uruguay capital wants to honour Griezmann

The newly crowned World Cup winner had Uruguay flag draped over his shoulders in a post-game press conference after the World Cup final victory.

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66dDermot Corrigan, Madrid correspondent

Griezmann welcome in Uruguay - president

Uruguay president Tabare Vazquez says it would be "an honour" to receive Antoine Griezmann to his official residence in Montevideo.

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Arsenal's Torreira mobbed by fans in Uruguay

Arsenal's Lucas Torreira received a hero's welcome upon returning to his hometown in Uruguay following his performance at the World Cup.


England, Uruguay fined for marketing breaches

England were fined 70,000 Swiss Francs ($70,585) and Uruguay were given a 50,000 Swiss Francs sanction for breaking media and marketing rules.

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77dJonathan Johnson, PSG correspondent

Griezmann: No celebration vs. Uruguay 'friends'

France midfielder Antoine Griezmann said it was "normal not to celebrate" his goal that helped knock Uruguay out of the World Cup.

77dGabriele Marcotti, Senior Writer, ESPN FC

France reach semifinal but have room to improve

France are in the World Cup semifinals despite not really breaking a sweat. They can, and will, need to do better if they're to win it all.

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78dDamian Didonato

Muslera earns 3/10 after howler vs. France

Uruguay were chasing the game when Fernando Muslera let an Antoine Griezmann shot slip through his fingers. It cost La Celeste in their defeat.

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Reina slams Adidas ball after Muslera's howler

Spanish goalkeeper Pepe Reina has slammed the balls being used at the World Cup after Fernando Muslera's error led to Uruguay's World Cup exit.

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78dSam Borden, ESPN global sports correspondent

France show guile and grit to defeat Uruguay

Antoine Griezmann turned in his best performance of the World Cup so far as France eased past Uruguay 2-0 to reach the semifinals.

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France beat Uruguay, reach World Cup semis

France reached the World Cup semifinals after a straightforward win over Uruguay courtesy of goals from Raphael Varane and Antoine Griezmann.

RankingsFIFA World Cup

Goal Difference4Tied-5th
Goals Scored7Tied-7th
Goals Conceded3Tied-4th