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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Rivaldinho, son of Brazil legend Rivaldo, joins Dinamo Bucuresti

Rivaldo Rivaldinho
Rivaldo and his son Rivaldinho played together for Mogi Mirim in 2015.

Rivaldinho, the son of Brazil legend Rivaldo, has joined Dinamo Bucaresti on a contract that runs until June 2020.

The club announced the deal on Wednesday, with the 21-year-old moving to Romania after being released by Brazilian club Internacional.

Rivaldinho, who will wear the No. 9 shirt for the Romanian first division side, began his career at Mogi Mirim in the Brazilian second division.

He scored 11 goals in 47 matches, working alongside his father when he rejoined the club in 2015....

 By Chris Wright

Brazilian player fouls himself, commentator howls with laughter

One Brazilian commentator just couldn't contain himself after a bizarre incident cropped up out of nowhere during Sunday's Campeonato Alagoano meeting between CSA and CRB.

While attempting to make his way upfield, CRB midfielder Diego Pereira Correa was dramatically catapulted into the air when he suddenly forgot how to run properly and managed to get his legs in a confused tangle.

Alas, it all proved too much for the man up in the gantry, who couldn't help but let out a booming howl of laughter...

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Rivaldo plans comeback in Brazil's Serie B club Mogi Mirim EC

Brazil legend Rivaldo said he plans to make a return to action at the club where he is currently president, Mogi Mirim Esporte Clube in Brazil's Serie B. 

Rivaldo, 43, has not played since retiring in March 2014, when he brought the curtain down on a long career that included two La Liga titles with Barcelona as well as a nomadic late-career period at clubs in Uzbekistan and Angola before returning to his homeland.

The 1999 Ballon d'Or winner, who was part of Brazil's World Cup-winning...