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Uruguay striker Sebastian Abreu signs for 26th club, breaks world record

Sebastian Abreu pictured at the Imperatriz Leopoldinense performance at the Rio de Janeiro Carnival in February 2017.
Sebastian Abreu's long professional career has taken him to countries across the world.

Uruguayan striker Sebastian Abreu has set the world record for the most professional clubs played for after signing a deal with Audax Italiano, the 26th team in his career, according to his new side.

The 41-year-old, who made 70 appearances for Uruguay in a 16-year spell and played in three World Cups, announced this week he will compete for Audax Italiano, a side in Chile's first division, after leaving another team in the same league, Puerto Montt.

A former Deportivo La Coruna player, Abreu tweeted:...

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Camargo scores Beckham-like stunner from behind halfway line in Chile

Everybody in the stadium stood in awe when Alejandro Maximiliano Camargo struck a stunning first-time effort from way beyond the halfway line in Universidad de Concepcion's 3-1 win over O'Higgins in the Chile Primera on Sunday.

Goals from Francisco Alarcon and Michael Lepe gave UDC a 2-0 lead before Manuel Bravo of O'Higgins was sent off on 62 minutes. Gaston Lezcano still managed to pull one back in the 70th minute but Camargo stepped up to stun the crowd with the last kick of the game.

Audax Italiano forward Sebastian Pol sorry for attacking fan during game

Audax Italiano forward Sebastian Pol has publicly apologised after kicking a spectator during a Chilean top-flight game at the weekend, resulting in the 28-year-old being detained overnight by police.

TV images showed Pol climbing on to a fence at the San Carlos de Apoquindo stadium and kicking a spectator in the chest after his team's 4-1 defeat at Universidad Catolica on Saturday.

The fan, Cristobal Astorquiza, told local media he did not suffer any serious injuries as he covered his chest with...

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CONMEBOL expands Copa Libertadores to 42 weeks and 44 teams

Atletico Nacional celebrate
Colombia's Atletico Nacional won their second Copa Libertadores title this past July.

CONMEBOL on Monday officially announced planned expansion for the Copa Libertadores tournament, with two more qualifying spots awarded to Brazil and one more apiece to Argentina, Colombia and Chile to bring the South American club competition to 44 teams.

South American football's governing body also shifted the calendar for the Copa Sudamericana. Beginning in 2017, the two tournaments will be run more concurrently with Copa Libertadores play beginning in February and running through the end of...

 By Chris Wright

Chilean linesman feigns injury, gets player sent off after falling to the ground

As if having players diving around, feigning injury and attempting to get one another sent off wasn't bad enough, it would appear that the officials are also now joining in on the act.

During a recent Chilean Primera Division match, Huachipato defender Angelo Sagal inadvertently prodded the ball against the thigh of linesman Carlos Echeverria following a brief tussle for possession with a Palestino player over near the touchline.