Fred likely to be a Championship winner with Flu again (Fotocamera)
Good morning sports fans! Its been a little while so just a quick post with an update from the Serie A and other Brazilian football news.Â There are now just four rounds of the Championship left and it is now a question of when, not if, Fluminense will be crowned Champions.
Santos players and coaching staff look on as things go from bad to worse against Vasco (Getty Images)
How ironic this beautiful game can be. After overcoming all the odds to win the Copa Libertadores and SÃ£o Paulo State Championship, Santos have all but thrown their Serie A title hopes out the window with three losses in the space of a week. Continue reading →
Santos have won the 2011 Copa (itâ€™s a disgrace) Libertadores. They beat PeÃ±arol 2-1 in the final second leg tonight. Unfortunately a mass brawl involving both sets of players, club officials and other unknown people ensued at the of the match. The Santos players accused the PeÃ±arol players of being sore losers but the Brazilian press later reported that the brawl started when somebody dressed stewards uniform hit a PeÃ±arol player for absolutely no reason. No matter who started it, everybody involved should be ashamed. What a disgrace! Why does this happen so often in Libertadores matches?Â It happened after the final last year and in the match between Fluminense and Argentinos Juniors earlier this year. Continue reading →
They are State Champions but can they be National Champions? (Lucas Uebel - VIPCOMM)
The Brazilian National Championship kicked off yesterday afternoon which makes my report at least one day late. Sorry about that! Better late than never, right? In my report, I give a short comment on each of the twenty teams and my prediction about where they will finish in the league table. For a full explanation on Brazilian football and all of the club competitions see this link. Continue reading →