1. Romario Elected to Brazilian Senate After Vote for Rio De Janeiro Seat

    Legendary Brazilian striker Romario has been elected to the nation's senate after winning 63.4 percent of the vote for the seat in Rio de Janeiro ...

    Nick Akerman Written by Nick Akerman about 16 days ago 2,461 reads 4 comments

  2. Romário Elected to Senate After Winning Rio Seat

    The former Brazil striker Romário has been elected to the senate in his home country after winning 63.4% of the vote for the Rio de Janeiro seat.....

    Sam Rooke Written by Sam Rooke about 16 days ago 111 reads 0 comments

  3. Marquinhos (Thigh) Replaced by Juan Jesus for Selecao

    BREAKING NEWS - Internazionale CB Juan Jesus has been called up by Dunga for the next 2 games instead of injured Marquinhos...

    Ilario Huober Written by Ilario Huober about 19 days ago 233 reads 0 comments

  4. Kaka Called Up for Brazil Friendlies vs. Argentina, Japan

    Brazilian soccer star Kaka hasn't been a fixture on the international scene for quite some time, but that could be changing now that Canarinho are under new management...

    Mike  Chiari Written by Mike Chiari about 19 days ago 16,803 reads 28 comments

  5. CBF and FIFA Referee Disagreement Tip of Brazilian Football Iceberg

    On what should have been a special night for Robinho , the headlines suddenly turned sour. Last Wednesday evening, the Santos forward netted twice in a 3-2 win over Botafogo ...

    Robbie Blakeley Written by Robbie Blakeley about 19 days ago 1,615 reads 0 comments

  6. Brazil Striker Hulk Subject to 'racist Taunts' by Spartak Moscow Fans

    Hulk, the Brazilian striker, was subjected to racist taunts when he was playing for Zenit St Petersburg against Spartak Moscow at the weekend. according to Russia's Sport Express newspaper...

    Alexandra Irving Written by Alexandra Irving about 22 days ago 1,091 reads 0 comments

  7. Brazil Can Mirror Barcelona in New Tactical Shape Under Dunga

    They are considered two of the greatest teams in the history of the game. Making comparisons across generations is never completely objective, but the Brazilian national side of ...

    Robbie Blakeley Written by Robbie Blakeley about 22 days ago 4,232 reads 28 comments

  8. Should Brazil Be Looking to the Future Rather Than Thinking About Kaka?

    There is a little bit of the old Dunga left, so it would seem. The new Brazil boss has been rightfully praised for introducing a new, or rather discarded, style of play in this month's friendlies against Colombia and Ecuador...

    Robbie Blakeley Written by Robbie Blakeley about 26 days ago 5,831 reads 7 comments

  9. Neymar Compared to Brazil Legend Romario by Selecao Coach Dunga

    Dunga has paid his new Brazil captain, Neymar , a stunning tribute, comparing the forward to legendary player Romario . Dunga himself was captain of the Selecao in 1994 when they won the World Cup, with Romario the star striker...

    Mark Patterson Written by Mark Patterson about 27 days ago 9,549 reads 15 comments

  10. 10 Burning Questons for Brazil Manager Dunga

    Brazil will head to the Far East in the coming fortnight for fixtures with traditional rivals Argentina in Beijing and Japan in Singapore. For new manager Dunga, the two fixtures represent further tests of his new setup...

    Christopher Atkins Written by Christopher Atkins about 27 days ago 3,453 reads 10 comments

  11. Dunga Has No 'Untouchables' in Brazil Squad: Is He Right?

    “ Untouchable” is not an entirely new concept in football. Sven-Goran Eriksson had his when in charge of England. Jose Mourinho placed his trust in a core group at Chelsea during his first spell in charge...

    Robbie Blakeley Written by Robbie Blakeley about 29 days ago 3,749 reads 6 comments