Neymar upped his performance against Mexico, from an already high level, but his cry baby antics are pissing off football pundits across the globe. Continue reading
Brazil weren’t at their best tonight, but they got the job done against Serbia. What next? Continue reading
Brazil play Serbia on Wednesday evening. A few final thoughts before the game. Continue reading
There is a very fine line between success and failure in top-level sport. And Brazil straddled that line yesterday. But, after scoring two very late goals against Costa Rica, they managed to end the day on the right side of that line, just. Continue reading
Brazilfooty’s tour of Russia continues. Where else can you meet so many characters in such a short space of time?
The Brazilfooty team (i.e. me, who runs this blog and does most of the writing, and my girlfriend Tatjana, who offers ‘tactical’ advice) arrived in Russia on Saturday.
I recently gave an interview to a Swiss-based beer and football blogger Rob who runs the cool website thisdrinkinglife.com. Rob is conducting a series of interviews with bloggers and writers from around the world to discuss their teams’ chances at the world cup. I discussed Brazil’s chances, explained how I came to love Brazilian football and give my thoughts on Brazilian beer. Check out the full interview:
A run, dribble and thumping right foot shot dispelled any notion that Brazil’s star player might not be fit for the World Cup. Continue reading
The Seleção are stepping up their World Cup training preparations in London. Crucially, Neymar is back in full training and expected to play against Croatia on Sunday. Continue reading
There has been some mystery and lots of speculation about the names of the 12 players on standby for Brazil’s World Cup squad: who were they and were the eligible to play for their clubs in the meantime? All has now been revealed. Continue reading