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All Upcoming Envigado Fixtures

Primera División - Sunday 31st August 18:45
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  Deportivo Pasto
Primera División - Sunday 7th September 00:00
Once Caldas Manizales  
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Primera División - Sunday 14th September 00:00
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  Itagui Ditaires
Primera División - Sunday 21st September 00:00
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  Santa Fe Bogota
Primera División - Wednesday 24th September 00:00
Atletico Huila  
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Primera División - Sunday 28th September 00:00
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  Junior Barranquilla
Primera División - Sunday 5th October 00:00
Itagui Ditaires  
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Primera División - Sunday 12th October 00:00
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  Juventud Soacha
Primera División - Sunday 19th October 00:00
Patriotas Tunja  
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Primera División - Sunday 26th October 00:00
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  Independiente Medellin
Primera División - Sunday 2nd November 00:00
Deportivo Cali  
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Primera División - Sunday 9th November 00:00
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  Alianza Petrolera

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Sportskeeda - 1 week ago
Despite being only 23 years of age, the Columbian sensation James Rodriguez displayed astounding maturity on the field in the recent World Cup, scoring a breathtaking six goals which deservedly won him the Golden Boot award. Following his astonishing ...
MARCA.com - 4 weeks ago
James lived in Envigado (Colombia) for four years. The young Colombian was just 14 years old when he made his professional debut there, and was already taking three training sessions a day. Rodríguez made his professional debut on 21st January 2006 ...
Soccersouls - 3 weeks ago
The 21-year-old Colombian playmaker is next in line to succeed Rodriguez as the poster-boy of Colombian football. Many have already likened him to none other Lionel Messi, but the question is, is he really that good? Is Quintero really the next big ...
Sportstar - 3 weeks ago
A prodigy, he honed his skills at the Tolimense football school, was poached by Envigado club of Medellin, moved at 16 to Banfield of Buenos Aires, where he found life “hard”, then to Porto in Portugal. There he scored freely, moving countries yet ...
   
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