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"How will Liverpool cope without Luis Suarez?" was the perfectly legitimate question posed by a journalist to the manager Brendan Rogers with the team on tour in New York.
RUMOUR MILL: Brazil icon Ronaldinho is a free agent and A-League clubs have already moved to bring the World Cup winner to Australia.
The former Barcelona and AC Milan midfielder Ronaldinho joined Atletico in June 2012 and won the Libertadores Cup with them a year later, the first time he or they had lifted South America's biggest club trophy.
It's unlikely Brazilian soccer star Robinho will join Orlando City , AC Milan vice president Adriano Galliani told Tuttomercatoweb.
Since Brazil's capitulation at the hands of Germany over two weeks ago now, theories have been rife as to what needs to be done to repair the damage to the nation's reputation.
Rio de Janeiro, July 25 - Brazil's 2002 World Cup-winning captain Cafu has offered to fill a coaching role under new Selecao boss Dunga.
Abner Felipe Souza de Almeida, or Abner as he will wear on his shirt, has joined Real Madrid Castilla, Los Blanco's B team, on a free transfer from Brazilian outfit Coritiba.
Roberto Carlos and Dunga, the new manager of the Brazilian national team, have something in common.
An unnamed source from the Court of Arbitration for Sport tells Goal.com that Luis Suarez's four-month ban for biting could be reduced, allowing the newly signed Barcelona striker to play in the club's first game of the 2014-15 La Liga season.
Chelsea and England legend Frank Lampard has officially been unveiled by MLS side New York City FC as the team's second Designated Player, joining Spain striker David Villa at the expansion club.
Argentine giants Boca Juniors are reportedly eyeing a move for two-time FIFA World Player of the Year Ronaldinho.
The AC Milan forward has been strongly linked with a move to Orlando City but a move back to his native Brazil has now been confirmed as a possibility The Brazilian has been deemed surplus to requirements at San Siro this forthcoming season and looked to be on his way to Orlando City, but reported interest from his homeland has cast the move into ... (more)
Criticised in 1990 then world champion in 1994 - GBGT explore the rise of the Selecao's old leader, who replaced Luiz Felipe Scolari as coach on Tuesday The new Brazil starts now, with the fourth coming of Dunga.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 09:46 am
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