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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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Ronaldinho: I've come to Mexico to win trophies
Fifa.com
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 Gaucho Vows to Extend Career: Where Can Former Brazil Star Turn?
Bleacher Report
All good things must come to and end, the old adage goes. As Ronaldinho Gaucho amicably parted ways with his latest club Atletico Mineiro on Wednesday, it was initially thought his career might have reached its conclusion. Yet the two-time World Player ...
Ronaldinho and Atletico Mineiro Part by Mutual Consent: Latest Details, Reaction
Bleacher Report
The former Barcelona and AC Milan forward leaves the Brazilian club after two years, and will depart as a hero after inspiring the team to glory in the Copa Libertadores and Campeonato Mineiro during his spell there. But at 34 years old, Ronaldinho ...
Who Are Brazil's Oldest Club?
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They were formed on July 19th 1900 by a German immigrant and are currently languishing in the Second Division of the Campeonato Gaucho – the Gaucho state championship – having never played at a higher level. Their most successful season came in ...
Ronaldinho joins Mexican side Queretaro
Fifa.com
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 ...
Brazil Clubs' Quickfire Attitude to Coaching Hinders Long-Term Planning
Bleacher Report
It is worth taking a look at his overall record with the Gaucho club. Out of 35 games he won 19, and Sunday's 3-2 reverse at the hands of Coritiba was only their third defeat in the Campeonato Brasileiro. Up until the weekend Gremio had the best ...
Ronaldinho misses penalty in Queretaro debut
Fifa.com
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
Fifa.com
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 ...
Fernandão dies in helicopter accident
Sambafoot.com
The president of the Gaucho Football Federation, Francisco Novelletto, has confirmed the reports of Fernandão's death. Idolised by Goiás and Inter, Fernandão twice won the Campeonato Gaucho with the latter, along with the Libertadores and FIFA Club ...
Report: Fred, Jô and Leandro Damião considered by Milan as replacements for ...
Sambafoot.com
Milan's pursuit of a replacement for Liverpool-bound forward Mario Balotelli could lead them to Brazil, according to reports. ... 25 year-old has only scored one goal in seven appearances for Santos since signing from Internacional for a reported fee ...

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