Soccer-Chaotic organisation makes this year’s Copa America unique

Sports events have been cancelled or disrupted by a myriad of complications over the years, including war, plague, economic uncertainty and political boycotts, but the series of events that have beset this year’s Copa America takes some beating. The oldest international tournament in world football, the Copa America is South America’s equivalent of the European Championship and is a big deal for Latin players such as Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar.

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