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Everton's Colombia outcast James Rodriguez facing uncertain future for club and country

With Carlo Ancelotti returning to Real Madrid and having been dropped from the national team, there are many questions for the forward to answer. One of the more curious stories to emerge from the Copa America so far concerns a Miami-based Colombian family who, upon learning that the tournament would be moved from their nation of birth, quickly changed their tickets to arrive in time for the Cafeteros' first match in Brazil.
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Chelsea fans shouldn’t be looking for this year’s James Rodriguez

Chelsea fans have plenty of transfer rumors to latch on to this summer, but many of them have been put on hold due to the Euros and a lesser extent Copa America. In their place is interest in the best players of the tournament. Yes, even before round one ends, fans are quickly asking whether or not this player or that player would be a better target for the club.
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Everton: How much will Ancelotti departure affect the club and James Rodriguez future

In a move that upset Everton supporters, Carlo Ancelotti is very close to returning to Real Madrid as manager. What effect will this have on the club?. It was a surprise when Ancelotti came to Everton in December 2019 to replace Marco Silva. The Royal Blues finished 10th in Ancelotti’s first full season, after chasing European football for much of the season. Ancelotti’s CV is full of honours and he was expected to do the same at Goodison and going forward the new stadium.

Everton director of medical says James Rodriguez would be fit for Copa America

Everton’s director of medical Danny Donachie claims there is no reason why James Rodriguez could not have played for Colombia at the Copa America. A club-versus-country disagreement has emerged with the playmaker’s national team manager Reinaldo Rueda dropping him for the forthcoming tournament because of concerns over his recovery from a calf injury.
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James Rodriguez surprised and hurt by Colombia omission

James Rodriguez has expressed his surprise and “deep disappointment” at being dropped from Colombia’s squad for their upcoming World Cup qualifiers and the Copa America. The Everton playmaker said not having the confidence of national team boss Reinaldo Rueda “generated enormous pain” after the medical department ruled he was not fit enough to be involved.