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Football | Brazil

Brazilians told not to wear hats, earings
Brazil players are being told not to wear hats, earrings or flip-flops while serving the national team under the command of coach Dunga. Read full article
Luiz Adriano called up for Brazil friendlies
Dunga has named Luiz Adriano, scorer four goals in Shakhtar Donetsk's 7-0 Champions win over BATE Borisov earlier this week, in his squad to face Turkey and Austria later next month. Read full article
Water failure leaves players dirty
Players with Brazilian top flight clubs Corinthians and Vitoria could not wash or shower after a match at a stadium used for the World Cup finals because the water system had broken down. Read full article
Brazil striker facing ban for tugging own shirt
Brazilian striker Leandro Damiao is facing a potential six-match ban from his country's sports justice tribunal for pulling his own shirt in an apparent attempt to win a penalty. Read full article
Dunga delights in Brazil flexibility and Neymar
Dunga has made a perfect start to his second stint in charge of the national side and Tuesday's friendly win over Japan offered him plenty of reasons to feel that World Cup nightmare could soon be forgotten. Read full article
Neymar hits four as Brazil rout Japan
Neymar scored all four goals in a sumptuous display for Brazil as the five-time world champions routed an under-strength Japan 4-0 in a friendly in Singapore on Tuesday. Read full article
Brazil beat Argentina in Classico
Lionel Messi had a penalty saved as Brazil continued their defensive rehabilitation under returning coach Dunga with a morale-boosting 2-0 win over old adversaries Argentina in a feisty friendly on Saturday. Read full article
Beijing smog to hit Brazil-Argentina classic
Brazil coach Dunga on Friday warned that Beijing's choking smog was likely to affect the highly anticipated friendly with Argentina by forcing him to make mass substitutions. Read full article
Brazil's Samba Boys set for Singapore sand
Singapore's plan to boost its international profile by staging a glamour football friendly between Brazil and Japan could backfire due to the appalling state of the playing surface. Read full article
Kaka returns to Brazil national team
Brazil coach Dunga on Friday drafted Kaka into his squad for upcoming friendlies with Argentina and Japan after Cruzeiro forward Ricardo Goulart pulled out through injury. Read full article
Alves blames media for WCup debacle
Dani Alves has blamed the media for Brazil's unsuccessful World Cup campaign but conceded that the team did not prepare properly ahead of the humiliating 7-1 defeat by Germany in the semifinal. Read full article
Andre Santos joins Pires at FC Goa
Former Brazil left back Andre Santos has signed a deal to take part in the inaugural Indian Super League (ISL) alongside ex-Arsenal midfielder Robert Pires at FC Goa. Read full article
Scolari's Gremio record eighth clean sheet in a row
Former Brazil manager Luiz Felipe Scolari continued his good run with Gremio on Sunday as his team recorded their eighth consecutive clean sheet with a 2-0 win over Botafogo. Read full article
Keeper scores penalty, misses another
Veteran Sao Paulo goalkeeper Rogerio Ceni converted one penalty before missing another in a 2-2 Brazilian championship draw against Flamengo, who were left fuming over the referee. Read full article
Player leaps into a hole after scoring
Coritiba forward Joel Tagueu's goal celebration went spectacularly wrong when he jumped over an advertising hoarding and disappeared into a hole during a Brazilian championship match. Read full article
Dunga brings in fresh defensive blood
Dunga named fresh defensive blood on Wednesday in the shape of Mario Fernandes and Dodo in naming his squad for an Asian tour comprising games aganst Argentina and Japan in Beijing and Singapore. Read full article
Dunga delivering - Brazilian Federation
Brazil coach Dunga can be satisfied with his first few weeks back in charge of the national side emerging from the ashes of the World Cup, the Brazilian Football Confederation said. Read full article
Doors still open for Maicon - Dunga
Brazil coach Dunga is not ruling out calling up Maicon despite dropping him from the squad because of indiscipline. Read full article
Neymar the creator as Brazil win again
Brazil's media were underwhelmed on Wednesday following a 1-0 win over Ecuador in New Jersey which saw Neymar turn creator, setting up a Willian goal to give new coach Dunga a second friendly success. Read full article
Willian gives Brazil victory over Ecuador
Brazil beat Ecuador 1-0 in an international friendly in New Jersey on Tuesday with a first half goal from Willian enough to give coach Dunga his second successive victory. Read full article
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