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La Sele lost games to get Pinto fired, ex-manager says, while Navas denies allegation

Pinto testified through a video conference before a court, as part of a defamation proceeding brought by Navas, Bryan Ruiz and Celso Borges.

Former Costa Rica soccer boss alleges Keylor Navas planned to lose games to fire coach

Keylor Navas allegedly planned to lose games to force the dismissal of coach Jorge Luis Pinto.

After 5 months and 3 friendlies, UAE fires coach Pinto

Pinto, a 67-year-old Colombian who led Costa Rica to the quarter-finals of the 2014 World Cup, was the UAE's fourth coach since January 2019.

Former Colombia, Costa Rica boss Jorge Luis Pinto to coach UAE

Jorge Luis Pinto, best known for leading Costa Rica to the World Cup quarterfinals, is set to take over the United Arab Emirates national team

In 2014, oddsmakers expected Costa Rica would not score a single goal

A look back at the pre-tournament expectations four years ago.

Legendary Radio Columbia sportscaster Mario McGregor dies at 59

Costa Rica mourns the passing of the man who owned the country's most legendary voice.

Qatar is building seven ‘cities’ just to house its World Cup migrant workers

The new "accommodation centers," as a report by Agence France Presse dubs them, are part of the Qatari government's attempt to upgrade living conditions for the hundreds of thousands of migrants toiling in the tiny, petro-rich kingdom.

Paulo Wanchope named new coach of Costa Rica national soccer team

Wanchope beat off competition from Colombia's Juan Carlos Osorio and Ricardo Gareca of Argentina for the post.

10 ways life in Costa Rica has been transformed, and you didn’t even notice

Over the last five years, Costa Rica has been transformed in some small ways we now take for granted. Living here will never be the same again. This list is a tribute to change, innovation, and the men and women in Costa Rica who make it happen.

Costa Rica’s Keylor Navas named CONCACAF’s Player of the Year

Costa Rican footballers took a total of 10 awards at the annual Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) Awards announced on Tuesday, including Tico goalie Keylor Navas, who won Player of the Year.

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