The seleção has been training at Craven Cottage ahead of their game with England tomorrow. Diego has recovered from injury and looks set to play some part, while Neymar is doing his best to stay warm. More to follow.
The seleção has beaten Japan 3-1 in a low key friendly match in Lille, as they continued their World Cup preparations. Next up, England at Wembley. Continue reading
Brazil have named a 24-man squad for the friendlies against Argentina and Australia in Melbourne next month. The squad is a strong one, although a few key players were given a rest. Continue reading
Busy life, living in London and no football on TV: the story of how Brazilfooty drifted into the wilderness. But after a four-year absence, Brazilfooty is back. What have you missed and what’s in store? Continue reading
Good evening sports fans!
Brazil are taking on Switzerland in a friendly this week. I’ve blogged about that in a separate post. In this one, I’d like to give you a quick update on the comings and goings from the Serie A with a bit of player news and transfer gossip thrown into the mix. Continue reading
Wow. Who saw that coming? In the first of a two article special, I reflect on Brazil’s stunning Confederations Cup win and what is means for the football. Read on for more. Tomorrow, I’ll give my reflections on what is means for the protest movement sweeping through the country. Continue reading
Apologies for the lack of activity on here over the last few months but things like work, studies and other annoying day to day things have been keeping me busy and kept me away from blogging. I’ll try and get back up to speed after my exams in June. Until then, here are a few bits and bobs to keep you going. Continue reading
Head in hands. That sums up his performance tonight as I went to watch him and Brazil take on Russia in a friendly match at a freezing cold Stamford Bridge in London. Continue reading
It wasn’t the fairtale start that Big Phil Scolari was hoping for. Nor was it the way Ronaldinho wished to celebrate his 100th cap as the boys from Brazil were beaten 2-1 by England in a lively game at Wembley. Continue reading
Luiz Felipe Scolari is back in charge of Brazil and takes on England at Wembley tomorrow (Wednesday 6 Feb) in his first game back in charge. Continue reading