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Football | Brazil

Dunga proud of Brazil's recovery
After eight successive victories since their humiliating World Cup exit, Brazil manager Dunga is proud of his side's recovery but believes the upcoming Copa America will be the most difficult in years. Read full article
Brazil sink Chile to continue winning run
Roberto Firmino's goal gave Brazil a 1-0 victory over Chile in a feisty friendly at Arsenal's Emirates Stadium on Sunday, their eighth successive win since last year's disappointing World Cup campaign. Read full article
Alves hit out at Dunga's Brazil overhaul
Dani Alves, on the Brazil sidelines since the World Cup, has criticised national coach Dunga for what he deems an excessive overhaul of the squad after their Germany-inflicted Cup misery. Read full article
Neymar can break Pele's record - Dunga
Brazil striker Neymar, who has scored 43 times for his country and is still only 23, can break Pele's long-standing record of 77 international goals, coach Dunga said on Saturday. Read full article
Dunga pleased with Brazil character
Brazil coach Dunga was delighted with the character shown by his side as they came from behind to beat France 3-1 in a friendly in Paris on Thursday to continue their impressive post-World Cup form. Read full article
Dunga to keep 'essence of Brazilian football'
Brazil coach Dunga has promised that his team will not lose "the essence of Brazilian football" as they look to put last year's World Cup disaster firmly behind them. Read full article
Dunga looking to exorcise Paris demons
Brazil coach Dunga will revisit the site of one of his greatest disappointments when he leads out his side against France at the Stade de France in Paris on Thursday. Read full article
Four sent off in rain-hit Rio derby
Torrential rain in Rio de Janeiro forced the referee to suspend the Flamengo-Vasco derby for almost an hour but the stoppage did not dampen passions, with four sent off at the end of 2-1 win for Flamengo. Read full article
Pay players on time or lose points, clubs told
Brazilian clubs who fail to pay their players on time could be docked points under a Labour Fair Play system announced by the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) on Monday. Read full article
Robinho recalled for Brazil friendlies
Dunga brought back Robinho on Thursday as he named his squad for a pair of European friendlies against France on March 26 at the Stade de France and Chile on March 29 at Arsenal's Emirates Stadium. Read full article
Brazil Olympic squad overhaul after U20 side flop
Brazil's Olympic football squad is facing an overhaul after their Under-20 side flopped at the recent South American championships. Read full article
Brazil bans third party ownership
Third-party ownership of footballers will become illegal in Brazil from May 1, the country's domestic governing body (CBF) said in new transfer regulations published on Tuesday. Read full article
Pele to leave hospital on Tuesday
Brazilian soccer legend Pele has overcome a urinary tract infection and will be discharged from the hospital where he had kidney stones removed three weeks ago, his doctors said on Monday. Read full article
Pele moved to private room in hospital
Doctors say Pele continues to recover and has been transferred to a private room at Sao Paulo's Albert Einstein Hospital. Read full article
Pele's health improving
Brazilian soccer legend Pele's health continued to improve on Saturday although he remained in an intensive care unit to allow doctors to monitor a urinary tract infection, his hospital said. Read full article
Atletico Mineiro win Brazilian Cup
Riot police charged onto the pitch as players scuffled in the closing minutes of the Brazilian Cup final on Wednesday but the match was able to continue and Atletico Mineiro took the title. Read full article
Dunga backs Silva for Brazil captaincy
Brazil coach Dunga gave a predictably firm response on Monday to Thiago Silva's complaints that nobody had told the defender he was no longer captain of the side. Read full article
Close shave for Palmeiras president
The president of Brazilian club Palmeiras had a lucky escape on Sunday when the car he normally travels in was hit with missiles thrown by rival fans ahead of the city derby with Sao Paulo. Read full article
Brazil legend Pele leaves hospital
Brazilian soccer legend Pele was discharged from a Sao Paulo hospital on Saturday after doctors removed kidney stones that had been obstructing his urinary tract, the hospital said in a statement. Read full article
‘Pele to leave hospital soon’
Brazilian soccer legend Pele is doing "fine" and will be discharged from a Sao Paulo hospital early on Thursday after he was admitted for stomach pains, one of his aides told Reuters. Read full article
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