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Julio Baptista

Julio Baptista Asking Vasco Players to Score More Goals Against His Own Team Cruzeiro

Posted on 24 Nov, 2013, by in Soccer

A mini scandal that might develop into something bigger is brewing in Brazilian football, after Julio Baptista was caught on camera telling Cris from Vasco Faz Outro Logo, which translates into Score Another. His team, the already crowned champions, Cruzeiro, lost the match 2-1, against a side that’s battling against relegation. More

Bom Senso FC

Bom Senso FC – Brazilian Footballers Want a Change

Posted on 14 Nov, 2013, by in Soccer

Brazilian footballers have had enough of a congested football calendar in the country, which offers almost no rest for players between the local leagues, national championship and continental competitions, as players took the opening minute in matches to protest by either simply standing with their arms crossed and doing nothing, or passing the ball back and forth, wasting time, like in the match between Flamengo and Sao Paulo. More

Damiao

Best Potential Transfers From South America

Posted on 22 Jan, 2013, by in Soccer

There seems to endless talent in South America, especially in Argentina in Brazil, but players like Ricardo Centurión from Racing, Leandro Damião from Internacional, Leandro Paredes from Boca Juniors, Ezequiel Cirigliano from River Plate and Facundo Ferreyra from Velez standout among the rest. More

Neymar Ronaldinho

Neymar – The Greatest Brazilian Since Pele

Posted on 5 Dec, 2012, by in Soccer

The walking, talking, playing and scoring sensation that is Neymar still hasn’t played a single match for a European club in one of the continent’s top leagues, but the Santos star has become the first Brazilian player since Pele in 1970 to receive the Hors concours honor, meaning, more or less, that he’s a step or two above the rest of his peers in the Brasilerão. More

Corinthians and Ronaldo Begin Comeback to the Top With Paulista Title win over Santos

Posted on 4 May, 2009, by in Soccer

After being relegated in 2007 from the Brazilian first division and under heavy financial burdens Corinthians completed stage two in their comeback to Brazilian Soccer’s spotlights with winning the Sao Paulo state championship after a 4-2 aggregate win over Santos, with lots of help from their newly acquired striker, the _____ (fill in the blank) Ronaldo. More