Bond villain and Corinthians manager Tiago Nunes wonders where it all went wrong (pic: Luis Moura)
Corinthians’ Libertadores campaign is over before it even started.
The revelation of 2019 looks set to move to Flamengo
It is the busiest time of year for Brazilian clubs off the field, with players coming and going.
Everybody would like it to work out for Fernando Diniz at São Paulo, but…
Good things come to wait is generally not a proverb practised by owners of Brazilian football clubs. Continue reading
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Tagged Alberto Valentim, Corinthians, Fábio Carille, Fernando Diniz, Jorge Jesus, Jorge Sampaoli, Renato Gaúcho, Rogerio Ceni, Tiago Nunes, Zé Ricardo |
Can Diego inspire Flamengo to their first Serie A title win in 10 years?
If I was Leonardo Da Vinci, this would be my Mona Lisa.
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Tagged Athletico-PR, Atlético MG, Avaí, Bahia, Botafogo, Ceará, Chapecoense, Corinthians, Cruzeiro, CSA, Flamengo, Fluminense, Fortaleza, Goiás, Grêmio, Internacional, Palmeiras, Santos, São Paulo, Vasco |
Corinthians don’t like doing things the easy way and their victory against São Paulo in yesterday’s state championship final was no exception. More on this and the conclusions to the other state championships.
Squeaky bum time Turkey style (pic: Reuters)
What does Alex Ferguson make of the Brazilian State Championships, I wonder?
Flamengo’s new signings Gabigol and Arrascaeta (pic: Alexandre Vidal/Flamengo)
Competitive action got underway in Brazilian football last weekend, just two months after the 2018 season finished.
If he’s interesting Real Madrid in real life, he’s probably good enough for your team on Soccermanager (Pic: Rodrigo Gazzanel/RM Sports)
Aficionados of the football management game Soccermanager will be interested to know that the Brazilian league rating review began today. Here are the players you need to buy.
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Tagged Andrey Ramos, Arthur, Bahia, Bruno Silva, Corinthians, Gregore, Gustavo Bochecha, Junior Brumado, Léo Santos, Mantuan, Pedrinho, Ramires, Ricardo Graca, Ronaldo, Saulo, Soccermanager, Vasco, Yago Pikachu, Ze Rafael |
Thiago Neves scored the winner in the first leg (Pic: Daniel Teobaldo / CBF)
Thiago Neves inspired Cruzeiro to win the Brazilian Cup for the second year in a row, although they were also helped by a controversial VAR decision.
Edenílson celebrates his winner against Grêmio in the Porto Alegre derby (pic: Wesley Santos/Agência PressDigital)
With 14 games left to play in the Serie A, six teams could still win the competition. Things are starting to get very interesting