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Romario and Edmundo, the bad boys from Brazil
World Soccer (blog)
Fans called it 'the attack of dreams', for defenders it was the partnership of nightmares. Fourteen years ago, Romario and Edmundo, the self-proclaimed 'Bad Boys of Brazilian Football' both rejoined their boyhood club, Rio de Janeiro side Vasco da Gama.
Brazilian football crippled by 'buy now pay later' ethos
ESPNFC - Football News and Scores (blog)
Even if it comes from an unlikely source, the long-overdue financial responsibility shown by Flamengo represents a positive example for cash-strapped Brazilian football clubs, who must surely be growing weary of lurching from one financial crisis to ...
Flamengo pondering bid to sign Robinho
Rio de Janeiro, Jan 3 (IANS) Rio de Janeiro giants Flamengo are considering a bid to sign former Real Madrid and AC Milan forward Robinho. Robinho joined Flamengo's Brazilian rivals Santos on a year-long loan deal from AC Milan in August, reported ...
Top five Real Salt Lake players with substantial NASL ties
For the last half of the decade, there have been many comments on how thriving lower division soccer leagues, such as the North American Soccer League (NASL), can benefit Major League Soccer. Fans of MLS are already witnessing the benefits that lower ...
Orlando City sign Brazilian center back Gustavo
New Orlando City signing Gustavo battles with Ronaldinho (L) of Flamengo during the Final match as part of Rio State Championship 2011 at Engenhao stadium on February 27, 2011 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Buda Mendes/LatinContent/Getty ...
Brazil's Latest Star Already Going Abroad
New York Times
The biggest problem is that Brazil has become an exporter of football talent. Clubs from Europe take away all the talent. Brazilian boys of 14 and 15 are now based in Europe; they spend their best days in Europe and come back when they are past their ...
Brazil First to Ban Investor Ownership of Soccer Players
The biggest trade during the current Brazilian offseason saw striker Marcelo Cirino join Rio's Flamengo from Atletico Paranaense after Malta-registered investor Doyen Sports paid 16 million reais ($6.1 million). The trade took place before a FIFA ...
AP PHOTOS: The die-hard fan of Brazil's Flamengo
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Everything inside and outside Maria Boreth de Souza's small home in Rio de Janeiro's lower middle class neighborhood of Olaria screams Flamengo — Brazil's most popular soccer team. The small concrete house is painted in the ...