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Football | Brazil

Maracana to stay unused
Brazil are to play their final home game of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers in Sao Paulo, the Brazilian Football Confederation said on Wednesday. Read full article
Brazil's 1982 WCup goalkeeper Peres dies
Waldir Peres, the much-maligned goalkeeper in Brazil's 1982 World Cup side, died of a heart attack on Sunday, his former club Sao Paulo said. He was 66. Read full article
Chaos after ref over-rules linesman
A Brazilian match ended in chaotic scenes after a linesman raised his flag for offside, the defending team stopped playing, the attacking side walked the ball into the net and the referee awarded a goal. Read full article
Five arrested for overcharging stadium
Police on Tuesday arrested five people as part of an investigation into alleged overcharging in the construction of a soccer stadium in northeastern Brazil for the 2014 World Cup, according to a statement. Read full article
Roberto Carlos eyes Australia
Brazilian football legend Roberto Carlos is keen to coach Australian side South Melbourne, who are pushing to join an expanded domestic A-League. Read full article
Chapecoense win first post-tragedy title
Brazil's Chapecoense football club, which was all but wiped out in an air crash last November, won its first silverware since the tragedy by taking the state championship on Sunday. Read full article
Court orders keeper back to jail in Brazil
The goalkeeper who served part of a 22-year sentence for murder before returning to football in April has been ordered back to prison, Brazil's Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday. Read full article
Chapecoense take Supercup lead
Chapecoense beat Atletico Nacional 2-1 in the first leg of their South American Supercup final on Tuesday. Read full article
Nacional, Chape set for emotional game
Colombia's Atletico Nacional arrived in southern Brazil to fanfare on Monday for the first leg of the South American Supercup final against Chapecoense. Read full article
Suarez suspension an advantage for Brazil
Brazil visit Uruguay on World Cup duty this week, with midfielder Casemiro suggesting the absence of Luis Suarez will give the five-time champions an advantage in the top-of-the-table clash in Montevideo. Read full article
Neymar scores early in tax fraud case
A Brazilian tax appeals court ruled on Wednesday that Neymar could cede his image rights to family businesses and dismissed charges by federal auditors that they were front companies set up to dodge taxes. Read full article
Chapecoense back to international action
Brazilian football team Chapecoense landed in Venezuela on Monday ahead of their first international fixture since a plane crash wiped out their team. Read full article
One dead after fans clash in Rio
A soccer fan was killed and several others injured after violence erupted in Rio de Janeiro before Sunday's Botafogo-Flamengo match, Brazilian news reports said. Read full article
Moraes eager to rebuild Chapecoense
Former Benfica and Roma goalkeeper Artur Moraes says he did not think twice when he was invited to return to Brazil to play for Chapecoense after most of their squad was wiped out in a plane crash. Read full article
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
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