MENDOZA - Uruguay goalkeeper Fernando
Muslera reckons the match-ball being used at the Copa America in
Argentina is a marked improvement on the much-maligned
'Jabulani' employed at last year's World Cup.
"It's completely different," Muslera, who plays his club
football in Italy with Lazio but has been linked with a move,
told reporters on Wednesday.
"We've already had the chance to get used to this ball in
the Italian championship, so for me it's an improvement."
The Copa match-ball is the Nike 'Doma', virtually identical
to the balls used in the big European leagues.
Many players said the Adidas 'Jabulani' used at last year's
World Cup in South Africa was too light and difficult to
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