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Football | Brazil

Chapecoense return to action
Chapecoense drew 2-2 with Brazilian champions Palmeiras on Saturday in their first match since most of their players were killed in an air crash in Colombia in November. Read full article
Chapecoense turn page with friendly
Tragic Brazilian football team Chapecoense are ready to turn the page with new players recruited in record time to play their first match on Saturday since their squad was wiped out in a plane crash. Read full article
Maracana in disrepair as firms quarrel
It is revered as a temple of the beautiful game - but the footballing gods have forsaken Brazil's legendary Maracana stadium after the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympics. Read full article
Chapecoense sign new players
Brazilian football club Chapecoense on Wednesday presented the first three of 20 new players it plans to sign after its squad was wiped out in a deadly plane crash. Read full article
Chapecoense to sign up to 20 new players
Chapecoense, the Brazilian football club devastated by an airline crash, will sign up to 20 players for the new season and are reserving shirt numbers for two of the survivors. Read full article
'Human error caused Chapecoense crash'
Errors by the pilot, airline and Bolivian regulators are to blame the plane crash in Colombia that killed 71 people last month, including most of Brazil's Chapecoense soccer team, authorities said on Monday Read full article
Chapecoense keeper voted best player
Chapecoense goalkeeper Danilo, who was killed in the Colombian air crash last month, was posthumously named Brazil's Player of the Year after a vote by fans on Monday. Read full article
Inter relegated on day of tributes
Brazil's soccer clubs and fans paid tribute to Chapecoense on Sunday on the last day of the league season as Internacional were relegated for the first time in their 107-year history. Read full article
Second suspect in air crash put in jail
Bolivian authorities have jailed the second suspect accused of wrongdoing in the air crash that wiped out Brazil's Chapacoense soccer team last month, prosecutors said on Saturday. Read full article
Chapecoense name Mancini as coach
Chapecoense, who lost most of their players and backroom staff when 71 passengers and crew died in an air crash in Colombia last week, have appointed the experienced Vagner Mancini as coach. Read full article
Brazil firm reveals World Cup stadium cartel
A construction firm has admitted that a "cartel" of firms fixed bidding for contracts to do work on stadiums for the 2014 football World Cup, Brazilian authorities said on Monday. Read full article
Title given to stricken Brazil club
South American football confederation CONMEBOL agreed on Monday to award the Copa Sudamericana to Brazilian club Chapecoense, whose team was wiped out in a plane crash while heading to the final. Read full article
Gudjohnsen offers to play for Chapecoense
Former Chelsea and Barcelona striker Eidur Gudjohnsen has offered to play for Brazilian team Chapecoense following the air crash in Colombia last week in which most of their players died. Read full article
Brazil grieves for team killed in crash
A small Brazilian city will hold a massive funeral on Saturday to honour its football team, wiped out at the height of their glory in a plane crash that killed 71 people. Read full article
Crash pilot reported he was out of fuel
Fans mourned on Wednesday for a Brazilian football team decimated in a plane crash that killed 71 people in Colombia, as a recording emerged of the panicked pilot reporting he was out of fuel. Read full article
Teams join in tribute after plane crash
At the moment when they were set to take the field as foes, two soccer teams a continent apart raised their voices in unison on Wednesday, paying tribute to the 71 lives lost in a plane crash. Read full article
Chapecoense vow to rebuild after crash
The vice-president of Brazilian top flight side Chapecoense has vowed to get the club back on its feet and playing again next year after a plane crash in Colombia wiped out almost the entire squad Read full article
Lack of fuel suspected in crash
A plane that crashed in the mountains of Colombia, killing 71 people, including members of a Brazilian football team, may have run out of fuel, a Colombian military source told AFP. Read full article
Chapecoense should win title - opponents
Atletico Nacional on Tuesday called on football authorities to hand the Copa Sudamericana title to their opponents, Brazilian side Chapecoense, as a tribute to the team's players killed in a plane crash. Read full article
Condolences to Chapecoense after crash
The football world was plunged into mourning on Tuesday after a plane carrying a Brazilian team crashed in the mountains in Colombia, killing 75 people with six survivors, officials said. Read full article
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