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Archives: Brazil

Brazil vs. Paraguay: Copa America quarter-final preview and TV times

Posted on by Matt Jones

Four years on from their elimination at the hands of Paraguay in the 2011 Copa America, Brazil have the opportunity to exact some revenge. But there are some stark similarities between each team in 2015 as they bid to book … Continue reading

Neymar’s suspension is a blessing in disguise for Brazil

Posted on by Cronan Yu

It was approximately one year ago when Luiz Felipe Scolari’s managerial tenure as Brazil’s head coach looked in tatters. Some would argue that partially through no fault of his own, Scolari’s stint was left in a sorry state. Neymar’s campaign … Continue reading

Tampa Bay Rowdies strike partnership with Brazilian club São Paulo FC

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

The Tampa Bay Rowdies announced a landmark historic partnership with Brazilian club São Paulo FC on Tuesday. According to a Rowdies club statement, “today [marks] a historic international partnership, that will strengthen both clubs’ visions of developing youth and professional … Continue reading

Top 5 players at Copa America 2015 so far

Posted on by Matt Jones

Up to this point, the Copa America has delivered on its reputation for chaotic soccer. Already we’ve seen shocks, last-gasp winners, brawls, stunning displays of fandom and one of the competition’s star attractions banned for the duration of the Copa. … Continue reading

Breaking down the physics behind Roberto Carlos’ ‘impossible free kick’ [VIDEO]

Posted on by Caitlin O'Connell
roberto carlos free kick

TED Talks are well known for bringing us engaging lessons and incredible insight into some of the most inspirational people influencing our world today. From Steve Jobs to Bill Nye the Science Guy, many different people have taught us a wide … Continue reading

Mexico-France, England-Colombia, Costa Rica-Brazil, Korea-Spain TV times and open thread

Posted on by Jacquelyn Brazzale

Today is the last of the Group stages for the 2015 Women’s World Cup, so we will see who will advance and get an idea of what third place teams will make it through to the Round of 16. There’s … Continue reading

Where to find Brazil vs. Peru on US TV and Internet

Posted on by Alex Muller

Brazil kicks off its first game of the 2015 Copa America tournament today, and there’s only place you can watch the game live on television — in either English-language or Spanish-language. Every game in the tournament is being shown live on … Continue reading

France-Colombia, Brazil-Spain, England-Mexico, Korea-Costa Rica TV times and open thread

Posted on by Jacquelyn Brazzale

Now that the Group Stage games of the 2015 Women’s World Cup are well under way, we can start to see some of the team’s strengths and weaknesses. We get our second looks at Groups F and E to wrap … Continue reading

4 players to watch at Copa America that would be an ideal fit for Premier League

Posted on by Matt Jones

Major tournaments can often be a treasure trove of unheralded or undiscovered talents; managers from some of the game’s most illustrious club sides will have a keen eye on the Copa America this summer with that in mind. Running a … Continue reading

Copa America 2015 preview: Key players, squads and TV schedules

Posted on by Matt Jones

The Copa America’s propensity for springing surprises was thrillingly prevalent in 2011 when Uruguay beat Paraguay in the final. Four years on, soccer supporters from across the globe will be hoping for comparable drama as the 2015 edition of competition … Continue reading

France-England, Spain-Costa Rica, Colombia-Mexico, Brazil-Korea TV times and open thread

Posted on by Jacquelyn Brazzale

Tuesday’s games introduce Groups F and E to the 2015 World Cup and introduce Spain to the tournament for the first time in the country’s history. France and England are always a great game to watch but Brazil vs. Korea … Continue reading

2015 Copa America TV schedule for viewers in USA

Posted on by Caitlin O'Connell

The 2015 Copa America begins Thursday, June 11 in Chile, and every game will be shown live on US television and Internet. Featuring 12 teams from all across the Americas, Copa America will feature Brazil, Colombia, Argentina, Uruguay, Mexico, Chile, Ecuador, … Continue reading

Real Madrid defender Marcelo ruled out of Copa America

Posted on by Peter Quinn

Real Madrid left-back Marcelo has been ruled out of the Copa America and will be replaced by SC Internactional defender Geferson, according to Brazil coach Dunga. The national team’s doctor was informed by Real Madrid that Marcelo had been carrying … Continue reading

Brazilian Roberto Firmino should court interest from big European clubs

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi

Since Ronaldo’s departure from the national team, Brazil has struggled to find a replacement. There have been many players that appeared to take on the striker role for the five-time World Cup winners but basically all of them have been … Continue reading

European clubs preparing for summer battle over Brazilian midfielder Firmino

Posted on by Peter Quinn

Some of Europe’s top clubs are preparing for a summer battle over Brazilian midfielder Firmino. Firmino has risen to fame in the Bundesliga this season while playing for Hoffenheim and scored the winning goal in Brazil’s 1-0 win over Chile at the … Continue reading

Brazil 1-0 Chile: Brazil improving under Dunga but still searching for their swagger

Posted on by Matt Jones
Brazil Chile

As far as recoveries go, on the back of a humiliation at your home World Cup, Brazil’s has been rather emphatic. After re-appointing iconic World Cup-winning skipper Dunga as boss—not a popular choice for all, it must said—they’ve won eight games … Continue reading

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Atletico Madrid defender Miranda reluctant to discuss future plans

Posted on by Peter Quinn

Atletico Madrid defender Miranda has refused to confirm whether or not he leave the club in the near future. Last month, the Brazilian center-back was linked with a move away from the La Liga champions this summer. In recent years, Miranda … Continue reading

Top 5 Brazilians of the English Premier League era

Posted on by Julian Delicata
Oscar of Brazil

Brazil. The land of Samba. Home of some of the finest football legends. Pele, Romario, Ronaldo, Socrates, Rivellino, Rivaldo, Ronaldinho, Dunga, Tostao, Carlos Alberto. The list is endless. A record five World Cup triumphs for the Selecao do justice to … Continue reading