Brazil have plenty of skillful winger come forwards, but number 9 is a problem. Could Pedro be the answer? Continue reading
Brazilfooty’s tour of Russia continues. Where else can you meet so many characters in such a short space of time?
After some strange behaviour last week, in which he spoke about trucks, money and then accused ‘most of the media’ of lying, Fábio Carille has left Corinthians for Al Wehda. Continue reading
Grêmio‘s slip against Botafogo in the Serie A last weekend, after fielding a weakened side, brought up that old question: is it right to rest players in the league to keep them fresh for midweek Copa Libertadores games? Continue reading
Former Seleção and Inter Milan goalkeeper Júlio César has retired from football after playing for his beloved Flamengo one last time on the weekend. Continue reading
Cristiano Ronaldo ladies and gentleman.
Nobody likes to see players suffering leg breaking tackles. But is the punishment dished out to Vasco forward Rildo for his bad challenge excessive? Continue reading
Brazil beat Russia 3-0 in a friendly in Moscow yesterday. Here’s three things I learned from the game. Continue reading
Ismaily (pronounced e-smiley, like a Spanish person saying smiley) was named after a movie and plays for Shakhtar Donetsk. But what else do you need to know about the new call-up to the seleção? Continue reading
Although Brazilian clubs have a relatively poor record in this competition and only one Brazilian team made it to the semi finals last year, four of the five favourites for this year’s Copa Libertadores are from Brazil. Are the bookies getting it wrong? Continue reading