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Challenges facing the CONCACAF president

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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Whitecaps, Sounders together in CONCACAF Champions League draw

The Whitecaps are in a difficult group with the Sounders and Olimpia of Honduras.

Reigning champion Club America of Mexico, which captured their sixth CONCACAF club title in April by defeating MLS side Montreal Impact, headlines Group E following the draw for the 2015-16 CONCACAF Champions League held in Miami on Monday.

Real Salt Lake, the 2011 finalists, open their third appearance in the CCL in Group G. Santos Laguna, who won Mexico's Clausura competition, were drawn in Group A.

The draw divided the 24 participating clubs into eight groups of three for the eighth edition...

CONCACAF president Jeffrey Webb addresses challenges in the region

CONCACAF president Jeffrey Webb discusses his belief that CONCACAF should have additional spots in the World Cup, explaining Europe should lose spots.

MIAMI -- CONCACAF president Jeffrey Webb sat down with ESPN FC on Tuesday to talk about some of the issues that are facing the confederaton, including reducing the gap between the region's members.

In order to achieve this, the president points to the creation of a professional league in the Caribbean as one potential measure to promote the development of the confederation, something which is already under evaluation.

ESPN: Concacaf has improved in many ways under your administration; what is the...

Money, not magic, needed for MLS to surpass Liga MX in CONCACAF

ESPN FC's Leon Lecanda discusses Club America's convincing victory over Montreal Impact in the CONCACAF Champions League final.

MONTREAL -- As close as the Montreal Impact came Wednesday to becoming the first MLS team to qualify for FIFA's Club World Cup, there was no sense of devastation emitting from Frank Klopas or his players after they squandered a lead and lost, 4-2 (5-3 on aggregate), to Mexico's mighty Club America in the second leg of the CONCACAF Champions League final.

There was sadness, to be sure. After all, the Impact's implausible two-month adventure to the continental championship's decisive match had made...