Apr 4, 2013
The Huffington Post
America De Cali, Colombian Soccer Team, Removed From U.S. Treasury's SDN List
Team members of America de Cali celebrate Julian Vazquez' goal against Nacional de Uruguay, 17 May 2001 in Montevideo.
The Wall Street Journal
U.S. Lifts Ban on Colombian Soccer Team
The U.S. Treasury Department on Wednesday removed a popular Colombian soccer team from its list of alleged front companies for drug trafficking as Colombia continues to make strides in its fight against the illegal drug trade.
Former Real Madrid midfielder Freddy Rincon comes out of retirement to play for America de Cali
Former Colombia star Freddy Rincon has joined professional Colombian outfit America de Cali almost 10 years after announcing that he had quit the game.
The Brotherly Game
Roger Torres Owed Money By Former Club America de Cali
Debt has been one of the main focal points of debate during the current political election cycle, and it has also been something to worry about for America de Cali.
Bogota club considering forfeiting league titles
Millonarios is considering forfeiting the league titles it won in 1987 and '88 when the Colombia football club was controlled by drug traffickers.