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Football | Brazil

Sao Paulo lose ground to Cruzeiro
Goalkeeper Rogerio Ceni scored from the penalty spot to help Sao Paulo salvage a 1-1 draw at Figueirense in the Brazilian league on Sunday, losing ground to leaders Cruzeiro. Read full article
Brazil draft Robinho for friendlies
New Brazil coach Dunga has called up former Real Madrid, Manchester City and AC Milan forward Robinho in place of injured Hulk for upcoming friendlies with Colombia and Ecuador. Read full article
Fred scores twice as Flu win
Fred scored a pair of goals as Fluminense beat Sport 4-0 in the Brazilian league on Sunday, helping the club end a four-match winless streak and silencing fans who had protested against his poor performances. Read full article
Cruzeiro on cruise control
The coaches of Coritiba and Atletico Paranaense fell foul of Brazil's managerial merry-go-round on Sunday as reigning champions Cruzeiro won their third successive match to streak ahead at the top. Read full article
Fred threatens not to play
Former Brazil striker Fred warned on Thursday that he and his Fluminense teammates might not play this weekend following threatening Behaviour by fans after the team's recent run of defeats. Read full article
Dunga rings changes in first squad
New Brazil coach Dunga announced the first squad of his second spell in charge of the Selecao on Tuesday, with only 10 of those who featured at the World Cup making the cut. Read full article
Fred fluffs penalty, Scolari wins
Former Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari enjoyed his first win since returning to Gremio and Fluminense forward Fred missed a penalty in their 2-0 defeat against Botafogo in the Brazilian championship. Read full article
Fred scores but Fluminense flop
Fluminense striker Fred scored his first goal since the World Cup only for his side to squander a four-goal aggregate lead in the second half at home to second-tier America-Natal in the Copa Brasil. Read full article
Japan to face Brazil in friendly
Asian champions Japan will face Brazil in a friendly in Singapore on October 14, in a high-profile test for new coach Javier Aguirre, the Japan Football Association (JFA) said Thursday. Read full article
Lodeiro debut postponed by soap dish
Uruguay midfielder Nicolas Lodeiro was forced to postpone his long-awaited Corinthians debut after injuring himself with a soap dish, while Fred made an uneventful return for Fluminense. Read full article
No Brazil 'blacklist' for new coach Dunga
New Brazil coach Dunga declared on Friday that competence is all that matters to him and added that there is no "blacklist" for players who underperformed at the World Cup. Read full article
I need a hug, says Scolari
Luiz Felipe Scolari said he needed a hug and some affection as the former Brazil coach returned on Wednesday to his favourite club Gremio after an 18-year absence. Read full article
Dunga names former teammates as assistants
New Brazil coach Dunga has named Andrey Lopes as his assistant manager and given former World Cup winners Taffarel and Mauro Silva places on his backroom team. Read full article
Patience a Mandela virtue for Dunga
New Brazil coach Dunga cited Nelson Mandela as an inspiration on taking the reins of the national side for a second time on Tuesday. Read full article
Dunga takes over as Brazil coach
The Brazilian Football Confederation on Tuesday appointed Dunga as coach, replacing Luiz Felipe Scolari, whose contract was not renewed after the hosts' World Cup semifinal thrashing by Germany. Read full article
We tried, but we're slipping - Neymar
Sifting through the ruins of Brazil's World Cup campaign, star player Neymar says his team strove hard for glory, but other countries have moved ahead and they must catch up. Read full article
Angry Flamengo fans attack Andre Santos
Flamengo's season went from bad to worse on Sunday when defender Andre Santos was punched and kicked by the club's fans as he left the stadium after a 4-0 defeat by Internacional. Read full article
Dunga is man for ‘new’ Brazil
Former World Cup-winning captain Dunga is favoured to serve for the second time as national coach and will be named as Luiz Felipe Scolari's successor on Tuesday, Globo reported. Read full article
Brazil eye Dunga as Scolari successor
Brazil could appoint former coach Dunga to replace Luiz Felipe Scolari as national team boss, media reports indicated Saturday, despite ex-Corinthians coach Tite being considered the long time favourite. Read full article
Brazil name new technical director
Putting a decision on the back burner as to who will succeed Luiz Felipe Scolari as national coach, Brazil on Thursday revealed a revamped technical commission. Read full article
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