The seleção has been training at Craven Cottage ahead of their game with England tomorrow. Diego has recovered from injury and looks set to play some part, while Neymar is doing his best to stay warm. More to follow.
The seleção has beaten Japan 3-1 in a low key friendly match in Lille, as they continued their World Cup preparations. Next up, England at Wembley. Continue reading
Brazil’s footballers have arrived in Paris ahead of their friendly match against Japan this Friday. Brazilfooty takes a look at this fashion show. Continue reading
Corinthians came out on top in today’s eagerly-awaited classico with Palmeiras. Four goals were scored in ten crazy first half minutes in a pulsating game. Continue reading
Tite has named a 25 man squad for the upcoming friendlies against Japan and England. Only three of those players play their club football in Brazil, while seven play in the English Premier League. Continue reading
The Série A title race is wide open after three defeats in four matches for leaders Corinthians and the excellent form of Palmeiras. But Palmeiras missed an opportunity to take the lead at the top of the Série A after they only managed a draw against Cruzeiro on Monday night. Had they won that game, a win in this Sunday’s classico against Corinthians would have taken them top of the log. Continue reading
Brazil topped their qualifying group after beating Chile 3-0 last Tuesday. Tite, the coach, has won an incredible ten out of twelve qualifying games since taking over just over one year ago. The seleção was the first team to qualify for next year’s World Cup in Russia and once again they top FIFA’s world rankings. But have they peaked too soon? Continue reading
Despite having qualified for next year’s World Cup in Russia several months ago, the seleção were in no mood for charity last week. Tite fielded a full strength team, which brushed aside Chile 3-0. That result, combined with others, means that Alexis Sanchez, Arturo Vidal and co will not be spending their summer in Russia next year. Continue reading
Some of the hottest property in Brazil may have already made its way to Europe this summer, but there are still plenty of good players left in Brazil. Still need a star striker before the transfer window closes? Damn right you do. Forward this post to your local club Chairman and tell him to get his cheque book out fast.