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Soccer-Canada coach Marsch proud of dream run at Copa America

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Copa America 2024 - Argentina v Canada
July 10, 2024
Reuters

(Reuters) - Canada coach Jesse Marsch said he was proud of what his squad had achieved at the Copa America despite Tuesday's semi-final defeat by Argentina after the North American underdogs put higher ranked teams in the shade on their tournament debut.

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