Some of Brazil’s best young players have moved to Europe in the last few weeks, but there are plenty of excellent young players left. Who are they? Continue reading
Brazilfooty’s tour of Russia continues. Where else can you meet so many characters in such a short space of time?
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:
The Brasileirão kicks off this weekend. Palmeiras are the bookies’ favourites. Corinthians are the pundits’ favourites. Cruzeiro, Grêmio and Flamengo will want to have something to say about that. Here’s a lowdown of all the teams, the major ins and outs, players to watch, my predictions and the latest betting odds. Continue reading
São Paulo are one of the big guns in Brazilian football, but they’ve had a wretched run over the last few years. Things hit a new low on Saturday as they slumped to defeat against São Caetano, although the players do have a chance to redeem themselves on Tuesday night. Continue reading
Are you a fan of the online football management game Soccermanager? If so, read on to find out the names of 40 players in Brazil that you need to sign. 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.
After struggling for form and fitness this year, Walter Montillo has retired from football aged just 33. Montillo is best remembered in Brazil for his form with Cruzeiro, when he was one of the best midfielders in the league. Continue reading
Atletico Mineiro made history on Wednesday night by winning the Copa Libertadores for the first time in their 105 year history. Continue reading
Brazilfooty is rethinking itself and embracing new ideas to improve the site. As part of the process, we’re inviting authors, travellers and inspired people to contribute. If you think you’ve got what it takes and/or something worth saying, please get in touch. The first new contributor is Eric, an American who has recently moved to Brazil with his (Brazilian) wife and Brazilfooty reader. As a ‘soccer enthusiast’ and with a passion for Brazil, he has already caught the Brazilian futebol bug and started his own blog about Brazilian football (www.footballdobrasil.com). Here are his reflections on the game, how he came to love it and what it means in Brazil. Check it out. Continue reading