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Bayern Munich confirm Arturo Vidal out for season after knee surgery

The ESPN FC crew weigh up Niko Kovac's credentials, amidst rumours that the Croatian will be the next Bayern Munich manager.

Arturo Vidal will miss the rest of Bayern Munich's season after undergoing knee surgery, the German champions confirmed on Tuesday.

The Chilean suffered a setback on Sunday in his first training session since he picked up an injury against Sevilla earlier this month.

Bayern had already ruled him out of Tuesday's DFB Pokal semifinal against Bayer Leverkusen, but he will now miss the Champions League run-in as well.

"The loose body that had been diagnosed beforehand was removed," the Bundesliga...

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Edinson Cavani nets winner for Uruguay vs. Wales to win China Cup

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Uruguay beat Wales 1-0 to win the China Cup final in Nanning.

Edinson Cavani, winning his 100th cap, scored the 49th-minute winner from close range.

Wales were unchanged as Ryan Giggs kept faith with the side which thrashed China 6-0 in their semifinal, meaning Gareth Bale won his 70th cap and skipper Ashley Williams his 78th.

Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani made his 100th appearance for Uruguay and Barcelona's former Liverpool striker Luis Suarez his 97th.

Luis Suarez twice went close...

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Marcos Bolados' late goal leads Chile to win in Sweden

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Substitute Marcos Bolados scored in the 90th minute to propel Chile to a 2-1 victory in Sweden on Saturday.

Arturo Vidal had given Chile the lead midway through the first half by sending a volley into the roof of the net.

But the hosts struck back inside a minute, however, as Ola Toivonen scored after receiving a touch pass from Viktor Claesson.

Bolados then tapped home a rebound after Kristoffer Nordfeldt had saved a shot from Alexis Sanchez for the late winner.

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After World Cup failure, what now for Italy, U.S., Chile and Netherlands?

Brad Guzan joins Taylor Twellman in the ESPN FC Heineken Boot Room bus to talk all angles of the USMNT's World Cup qualifying debacle.
With 100 days to go until the FIFA World Cup, Ian Darke joins a group of ESPN writers and experts for a roundtable discussion about what to expect in Russia this summer.

Several powerhouses won't be present when the World Cup begins. How are Italy, the U.S., Chile and Netherlands dealing with their failure to qualify and what happens next?

What is the biggest issue facing the national team?

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The choice of manager to replace Giampiero Ventura. Unable to elect a new president, the FIGC is under the emergency supervision of CONI, Italy's Olympic Committee. Alessandro Costacurta has the job of picking the new coach -- and setting the agenda of reform --...

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Chile national team in state of flux after missing 2018 World Cup

The critics are already out on Man United's latest big money signing Alexis Sanchez, who has struggled as of yet to make a splash at his new club.
The FC panel answer your tweets on why Alexis Sanchez has been so poor for Manchester United, if Jose Mourinho is the second best manager in the Premier League and more.

The 2022 World Cup starts in Scandinavia for Chile, who will play their first matches under new coach Reinaldo Rueda against Sweden and Denmark in the next few days.

"The players have a challenge ahead of them," Rueda said earlier this month. "They have to replace and aim to equal the feats of a historic generation for the national team."

The likes of Alexis Sanchez and Arturo Vidal are still around, for the time being, as is Gary Medel and Mauricio Isla. Those four came through the 2007 Under-20...