1. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Brazil Is Out After Losing to Holland

    The party in Amsterdam (and Buenos Aires) started right after the Japanese referee blew his whistle. The Netherlands took advantage of Brazil's defensive mistakes and outscored the ...

    Gil Braga Written by Gil Braga about 4 years ago 2,002 reads 6 comments

  2. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Kaká, Robinho, and Elano Are Back. Chile Beware!

    After being sent off in the match against Ivory Coast, the Brazilian playmaker Kaká is ready to come back on the pitch for Monday's clash against Chile...

    Gil Braga Written by Gil Braga about 4 years ago 1,036 reads 2 comments

  3. FIFA World Cup 2010: Brazil vs. Portugal Is a Clash of the Titans in Group G

    Brazil and Portugal are going to take on the pitch in less than 12 hours from now. On one side we have Cristiano Ronaldo, on the other Robinho...

    Gil Braga Written by Gil Braga about 4 years ago 991 reads 3 comments

  4. FIFA World Cup 2010: Five Options for Brazil without Kaka

    I never expected that Jesus-Loves-Me boy Kaka would be sent off. Well, let's be honest that the Ivorian player should get an Oscar for faking an elbow in the face...

    Gil Braga Written by Gil Braga about 4 years ago 1,683 reads 5 comments

  5. France-Mexico World Cup: Mexico Hands France Their Ticket Back Home

    I had promised myself to write only about Brazil during this World Cup. I didn't want to receive angry comments from other fans for criticizing their countries, but after what I just saw between Mexico and France, I just couldn't contain myself...

    Gil Braga Written by Gil Braga about 4 years ago 1,037 reads 8 comments

  6. Brazil vs. North Korea World Cup: Brazil Gets the Job Done Against North Korea

    I won't lie to you. I was expecting Brazil to score at least four goals against North Korea. After Germany's brilliant performance against Australia I believed Brazil would step up ...

    Gil Braga Written by Gil Braga about 4 years ago 575 reads 2 comments

  7. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Brazil Plays in Down Tempo and Scores Five

    Brazil's 5-1 win against Tanzania concludes the team's preparation for their debut in the 2010 FIFA World Cup on June 15 against North Korea...

    Gil Braga Written by Gil Braga about 4 years ago 980 reads 3 comments

  8. 2010 FIFA World Cup: With Drogba out, Brazil and Portugal Get a Free Pass

    One of the most lethal strikers in the world today might become the greatest absence of the 2010 FIFA World Cup...

    Gil Braga Written by Gil Braga about 4 years ago 461 reads 0 comments

  9. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Brazil Beats Zimbabwe, but Can WeTake That As a Real Test?

    What to say about Brazil's win over Zimbabwe yesterday in this big round of International Friendlies as the teams prepare for the 2010 FIFA World Cup? Honestly, not much...

    Gil Braga Written by Gil Braga about 4 years ago 400 reads 5 comments

  10. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Brazil's Starting 11 Is No Mystery

    Dunga is of little mystery. The Brazilian boss doesn't follow the trend among coaches that like to "hide" their starting lineups until hours, sometimes minutes, before the matches...

    Gil Braga Written by Gil Braga about over 4 years ago 11,550 reads 12 comments

  11. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Brazil's Dunga Allows Fans to Watch Training and More

    For the second day in a row—the Brazilian Football Confederation along with Brazil's boss Dunga—decided to let fans get closer to the players...

    Gil Braga Written by Gil Braga about over 4 years ago 822 reads 1 comments

  12. Inter's Champions League Title Puts More Pressure on Maradona

    You all can call this article a strategy to draw the responsibility away from my beloved Brazil and lay it all in our next-door rivals, but I think there's no argument when I say that ...

    Gil Braga Written by Gil Braga about over 4 years ago 453 reads 4 comments

  13. Brazilian Clubs May Lose their Main Stars After World Cup

    Bleacher Report's Senior Analyst Gustavo Destro wrote a very good article giving many reasons on why the Brazilian Championship (aka Brasileirão) is indeed the most exciting and competitive national league in the world...

    Gil Braga Written by Gil Braga about over 4 years ago 1,811 reads 3 comments

  14. The Top Five Conspiracy Theories Involving Brazil in World Cups

    Brazil is the only nation to have participated in all FIFA World Cups, and has already won the competition five times...

    Gil Braga Written by Gil Braga about over 4 years ago 23,675 reads 27 comments

  15. Libertadores: São Paulo Plays with Intelligence to Win on the Road

    Fernandão arrived last week at São Paulo to be the the target man in the team's offense after Washington had a disagreement with manager Ricardo Gomes...

    Gil Braga Written by Gil Braga about over 4 years ago 283 reads 0 comments

  16. Flamengo-Universidad De Chile: Flamengo Falls at Home in the Copa Libertadores

    Universidad de Chile came to play Flamengo at Maracanã in the Quarterfinals of the Copa Libertadores. The two teams met in the group stage, and the Chileans won at home (2-1) and got a tie at Rio de Janeiro (2-2)...

    Gil Braga Written by Gil Braga about over 4 years ago 458 reads 0 comments

  17. Brazil's 23 Names for the 2010 FIFA World Cup: Full List and Analysis

    The 23 players that will defend the colors of Brazil in their search for title in the 2010 FIFA World Cup have been announced by Coach Dunga...

    Gil Braga Written by Gil Braga about over 4 years ago 13,847 reads 12 comments

  18. Brazilian Coach Dunga Will Reveal Final World Cup List Tomorrow

    In less than 24 hours Brazilian National Team coach Dunga will announce the 22 players that will fight to add the sixth star to the traditional yellow jersey and claim as theirs for good the FIFA World Cup...

    Gil Braga Written by Gil Braga about over 4 years ago 1,049 reads 3 comments