SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Last week Chile’s national football (soccer) team, on their way to compete in a Copa America quarter-final game against Colombia, experienced a little of what thousands of residents of São Paulo city face every day – they got caught in a traffic jam. The game had to be delayed for twenty minutes due to the late arrival of the players.
“Everything was well-planned, but we still couldn’t make it on time,” Chile’s coach, Reinaldo Rueda, told reporters after the game.
“There was some anxiety inside the bus, but we tried to . . .