Brazil archive

18 years ago on this day, Brazil won the FIFA World Cup Final by beating Germany 2-0. Ronaldo scored the two goals.
[Ornstein] Liverpool’s first summer signing is Chris Morgan, who leaves his role as Arsenal head of physiotherapy at end of season & returns to #LFC as first-team physiotherapist. #AFC lining up Brazilian physio Bruno Mazziotti from #PSG as replacement
Botafogo players protest and 'take a knee' during a match in Brazil
Arthur felt mistreated by the club and Setien and has decided not to participate in the remaining games of Barcelona’s season
Sam Dean: Understand David Luiz is on significantly reduced terms with his new #AFC contract.
Dani Alves played a key role in convincing Arthur to join for Juventus. The Brazilian fullback spoke highly of the Italian club. A few days ago, Arthur's surroundings were already looking for a house for him in Turin. [Gerard Romero]
Richarlison on donating for COVID-19 research in Brazil: "This is the moment to believe in science, in 2 months we raised 3 million BRL in funds for this campaign. Scientists are the ones to help us through this crisis" he then lists some of the research he helped to fund at this Twitter thread
Financial doping of Juventus and FC Barcelona explained: a Twitter thread
Thread on the mysterious world of player trading accounting, illustrated by the possible transfer “exchange” between Barcelona and Juventus for Arthur and Pjanic
Exactly 30 years ago Claudio Caniggia scored the winner against Brazil after a sublime Maradona run to reach the World Cup quarter-final
On this day, 50 years ago, Brazil won the 1970 World Cup and the definitive possession of the Jules Rimet beating Italy in the final 4-1 with this magnificent and supremely elegant Carlos Alberto's collective goal! Probably the best national team in history and the most convincing WC win ever!
[Ornstein] Exclusive: Aaron Lennon rejects short-term extension at Burnley & will leave when current deal expires on June 30. Suitors in England, Turkey, Brazil.
Lausanne 0-[1] Basel - Arthur Cabral 54'
Watford 2 - 0 Brentford - Ismaila Sarr '90
Throwback to when John Barnes scored a Brazilian-esque goal against Brazil (1984)
Podcast: Tim Vickery on Pele and his family, watching Messi the first time, heights of Brazilian football, and Nepali mountains.
Podcast: Tim Vickery on Pele, Brazilian football, and Nepali mountains
Pep Guardiola and former Barça striker Romário captaining Barcelona and Brazil respectively in a friendly match at the Nou Camp, 1999.
On this day in 2002, Rivaldo gave a notorious Oscar-worthy play-acting performance after Hakan Ünsal kicked the ball at him near the end of the game as Brazil beat Turkey 2–1 in the World Cup group stage. FIFA later fined him 11670 Swiss francs (~$7400/£5100/€8000 at the time).
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