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FUTEBOL BRASILEIRO

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
10 Chapecoense 13 8 14 47
11 Atlético MG 12 11 12 47
12 São Paulo 12 9 14 45
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Size of Prem players surprised me and Robinho at Manchester City - Jo

Alejandro Moreno contends leaving Juventus for Manchester City wouldn't make sense for Dani Alves.

Gabriel Jesus and Fernandinho may be flourishing at Manchester City but former Brazil international Jo has revealed that it wasn't always so easy for Selecao players at the Etihad Stadium.

The Corinthians striker joined City in 2008 for a then-club record £20 million but struggled to make an impact, scoring just one Premier League goal for the club.

His arrival preceded the takeover by owner Sheikh Mansour and the club was quickly transformed with Jo soon followed by compatriot Robinho in an...

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Sao Paulo sign Argentina international Lucas Pratto from Atletico Mineiro

Lucas Pratto joins Sao Paulo from Brazilian rivals Atletico Mineiro.

Sao Paulo have announced the signing of Argentina international Lucas Pratto from Atletico Mineiro.

Pratto, 28, joins Sao Paulo for an undisclosed fee and has signed a four-year contract.

"We are bringing one of the best strikers on the continent, a starter with Argentina and possibly one of the stars of the next World Cup,"...

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Atletico Mineiro's Robinho sidelined three weeks with back injury

Brazil forward Robinho was injured during a friendly against Colombia.

Brazil forward Robinho could be out for up to three weeks after fracturing a vertebrae during Brazil's friendly against Colombia on Tuesday.

Brazil team doctor, Rodrigo Lasmar, told ESPN Brazil that the former Real Madrid, Manchester City and AC Milan forward took an elbow in the 1-0 match, which was played to benefit victims of the Chapecoense air disaster.

Lasmar estimated the 33-year-old could be out for up to three weeks.

"Robinho suffered trauma in his back -- a small fracture in the third...

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Chapecoense, Atletico Mineiro not fined for forfeit - Brazil court

Brazil's superior court for sports justice, (Superior Tribunal de Justiça Desportiva, STJD), said on Monday that they will not apply any economic fines to Chapecoense or Atletico Mineiro for failure to play their final match of the Brazilian league season, the court's media official told Efe News Agency.

The court determined that there will be no sanction from the prosecution because the case is atypical.

The club were on their way to play in the Copa Sudamericana final against Atletico Nacional...

Atletico Mineiro say they won't play final-round match vs. Chapecoense

Fans gather outside the Chapecoense stadium to pray for all those affected by the tragedy.

CHAPECO, Brazil -- The president of Brazilian club Atletico Mineiro says the team will not play their final-round match of the Brazilian league season against Chapecoense.

Nineteen of the Chapecoense's players were killed Monday in an air crash in Colombia. Three survived but are hospitalized in Colombia.

Chapecoense's acting president said earlier in the week that the head of the Brazilian Football Confederation, Marco Polo Del Nero, had ordered Chapecoense to play their final match using a team...