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Breno to join Sao Paulo after jail release
Former Bayern Munich defender Breno arrived in his native Brazil on Thursday and is set to return to his first club Sao Paulo after serving more than two years in prison for arson. Read full article
Ronaldo vows big things for NASL's strikers
Brazilian football legend Ronaldo is promising great things for the Fort Lauderdale Strikers after becoming part owner of the North American Soccer League club. 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
Palmeiras draws, escapes relegation
Traditional Brazilian club Palmeiras was held to a 1-1 draw by Atletico Paranaense but escaped relegation thanks to Vitoria's 1-0 loss to Santos in the final round of the Brazilian league. 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 thanks well-wishers in video
Brazilian soccer legend Pele said on Friday he was recovering from the kidney ailment which has forced him to spend the past 11 days in hospital, thanking well-wishers for their support. Read full article
Pele off dialysis, remains in intensive care
Brazil legend Pele is making good progress and does not require dialysis but remains in intensive care as he battles kidney problems, the Sao Paulo hospital treating him said on Monday. Read full article
Botafogo relegated in Brazilian league
Traditional Rio de Janeiro club Botafogo were relegated to the second division of the Brazilian league after a 2-0 loss at Santos on Sunday. Read full article
Kidney treatment on hold as Pele improves
Brazil legend Pele was taken off intensive kidney treatment on Sunday and his condition was improving, said the Sao Paulo hospital that is treating him. 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
Goal-scoring keeper keeps playing – at 42
Rogerio Ceni, Sao Paulo's record goal-scoring goalkeeper, on Friday shelved plans to retire despite his 42nd birthday fast approaching in January. Read full article
Pele responding to care, still on dialysis
Hospitalized Brazilian football legend Pele is doing better and responding to antibiotics, but still receiving an intensive kidney treatment for a urinary infection, the hospital treating him said on Friday. Read full article
Pele says 'nothing serious' with him
Brazilian great Pele said on Thursday he is not seriously ill, easing fears that his health deteriorated while being treated for a urinary tract infection. Read full article
Pele condition 'improves' - hospital
The health of Brazil football legend Pele "improved" on Thursday but he remained in a special care unit at the Sao Paulo hospital where he had been admitted three days ago. 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
Pele back in hospital, and 'stable'
Brazilian football legend Pele was back in hospital Monday in Sao Paulo, days after he underwent surgery for kidney stones. Read full article
Cruzeiro win second straight title
Cruzeiro beat Goias 2-1 on Sunday to win its second consecutive Brazilian league title Read full article
Cruzeiro closes in on Brazil title
Cruzeiro overcame a first-half deficit to beat Gremio 2-1 and move within a victory of clinching its second consecutive Brazilian league 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
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