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The former Selecao trainer returns for his second spell in charge of the national team having previously spent four eventful years in the dugout Brazil's football federation went back to the future on Tuesday with confirmation that former coach Dunga has returned to the post.
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Visit Orlando is hoping Orlando City Soccer star Kak will help bring even more Brazilian visitors to Orlando.
Lazio and German star Miroslav Klose announced Sunday that he will play just one more season before hanging up his cleats.
Ticket Down announces that AC Milan and Liverpool FC will compete in conjunction with the 2014 International Guinness Champions Cup at the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, NC on Saturday, August 2, 2014.
About nine months out from its Major League Soccer debut, the Orlando City Soccer Club Lions are looking to capitalize on the momentum of the World Cup as they transition into the top tier of professional soccer in North America.
Marisa Ramos, a representative of Robinho, has confirmed that Milan are in negotiations with Orlando City over a possible move.
At just 22, he is the World Cup's current top scorer, with six goals, and viewed by many as the standout player of the tournament in Brazil.
Sunday, at the historic Maracana Stadium, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Germany beat Argentina 1-0 to crown itself world football champion, making history by adding a fourth cup to its trophy trove and by being the first European side to win the cup in the Americas.
The month long tournament began June 12 when host nation Brazil opened the tournament with a 3-1 win over Croatia.
's future looks set to be away from Real Madrid with Arsenal in the driving seat to sign the German midfielder.
Brazil's Football Confederation face the media music Thursday when the process begins to find a successor to Luiz Felipe Scolari, who quit in the wake of the country's World Cup flop.
The 2014 World Cup will be remembered for it's incredible goalkeeping performances, the thrill of counter-attacking football and the shocking capitulation of the hosts.
The Brazilians are coming. Over nine days starting on July 17, some 20 acts representing a cross section of Brazilian popular music will descend upon New York playing at venues across the city for the fourth annual Brasil Summerfest.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 08:39 am
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