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Brazil star Neymar, who has been courted by some of the world's biggest clubs, says it is not yet the time to play in Europe as the Santos youngster won his second straight South American player of the year award. Everyone asks me the same question
Ace Brazilian footballer Ronaldinho is all set make his acting debut. The football star will be seen in an animated movie R-10, which is expected to release in 2014...Balaji Rao, managing director of Bala Entertainment International, announced the
After failing to defeat Mexico in the 2012 Olympic gold medal match, Brazil is back on the pitch less than a week later against Sweden. The Swedes' last international match resulted in a 2-0 shutout of a dominant France squad on June 19.
Bruised by its loss to Mexico in the Olympic final, Brazil begins its journey to the 2014 World Cup with a friendly against Sweden on Wednesday. The match _ the last to be played at Stockholm's Rasunda stadium _ offers a chance for coach Mano Menezes
Mexico, quite understandably, is reveling in the glory of being the Olympic men's soccer champion. Brazil is going home to yet another inquest into how its players fell short of the only title that it has failed to win over the past half-century...
One of the biggest upsets in olympic soccer history, saw Mexico defeat soccer powerhouse Brazil with two goals by Paralta. The Mexicans were the clear underdog prior to the match. Mexico started the match with a bang.
Jose Enrique believes that Brendan Rodgers has been successful so far in his training methods at Liverpool, with the Spaniard admitting that it reminds him a lot of his native country's style of play. Rodgers was well known during his time at Swansea
Romulo put Brazil ahead at Old Trafford with a first-time strike after a superbly weighted pass from Oscar. Leandro Damiao struck twice after the break to become the tournament's leading scorer with six goals. Brazil have now scored 15 goals in five
Sunday August 05 2012 Airtricity League Premier Division leaders Sligo Rovers showed challengers Drogheda United that they mean business with a comprehensive 4-1 win at The Showgrounds last night. Rovers were dominant from start to finish, with Mark
Former Brazil coach Carlos Alberto Parreira says Neymar can lead Brazil to Olympics gold _ though the talented striker still has some growing up to do. The World Cup winner tells The Associated Press that Brazil should win the London Games,