Brazilian Campeonato Gaucho
The Campeonato Gaúcho is Rio Grande do Sul's football league (Rio Grande do Sul is a state in Brazil). 16 football clubs from Rio Grande do Sul participate in the competition playing a total of 30 football matches for the title. The most successful football clubs from the Campeonato Gaúcho is Internacional with 39 titles and Grêmio with 35 titles.
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Portland Timbers Add Brazilian Fullback Jeanderson
Jeanderson, 23, appeared in 15 matches for Cruzeiro de Porto Alegre in the 2014 Campeonato Gaúcho from January to March 2014, helping the club reach the competition's quarterfinals. The Serra, Brazil native then made four appearances for Brazilian side ...
Timbers add Ghana goalkeeper Kwarasey, ex-RSL defender Borchers
Pereira, a 23-year-old left back, helped Cruzeiro de Porto Alegre reach the quarterfinal of the 2014 Campeonato Gaucho. He signed with Santa Rita this summer. Powell, 20, tallied 15 appearances for the Timbers this season. In August 2013, he became the ...
Ronaldinho: I've come to Mexico to win trophies
Brazilian star Ronaldinho vowed Friday to pursue his remarkable footballing career in Mexico by winning more trophies with his new club Queretaro. "I need to win something in Mexico and I've come for that," said the former two-time FIFA Ballon d'Or ...
Ronaldinho joins Mexican side Queretaro
Brazilian legend Ronaldinho made a surprise move to Mexico's first division Friday, joining the 'White Roosters' of Queretaro on a two-year deal. The 34-year-old former World Cup winner and two-time FIFA World Player of the Year had been without a club ...
Ronaldinho misses penalty in Queretaro debut
Brazilian legend Ronaldinho had a nightmarish debut with his new Mexican club Queretaro on Wednesday, missing a penalty in a 1-0 home loss to Tigres. Fans packed the stadium for the game in central Mexico less than two weeks after the 34-year-old ...
Lampard stateside, Drogba heads home
He joins a club who will make their Major League Soccer debut at the start of 2015, have yet to play a single competitive match and have only five players on their books so far. With Lampard and 2010 FIFA World Cup™ winner David Villa among that ...