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FUTEBOL BRASILEIRO

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
8 Paranaense 9 7 8 34
9 Vasco 9 4 11 31
10 Atlético MG 8 7 9 31
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Douglas Luiz completes move from Vasco da Gama to Manchester City

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Manchester City have announced the signing of Brazilian midfielder Douglas Luiz from Vasco da Gama on a five-year contract.

The 19-year-old is reported to have cost £10 million, and is expected to head out on loan to City's sister club Girona in Spain.

Douglas was one of Vasco's best players last season and earned a call-up by Brazil for the South American Under-20 Championship at the start of the year.

He attracted the attention of City's scouts based in South America and will follow in the...

 By Tim Vickery

Neglected Maracana and fan violence reveal Brazil's dark underbelly

Maracana wide view Rio
The Maracana is one of world football's most storied venues. But it's not being treated as such.

On Wednesday, Fluminense host Rio de Janeiro rivals Botafogo in the city's giant Maracana stadium. It is the 20th game the ground has staged this year -- and no one knows when the next one will be.

One of football's most iconic venues, the Maracana was built for the 1950 World Cup, and expensively rebuilt for the same tournament in 2014. It has since been handed over to a private consortium to administer. They are desperate to get out. Changes to the terms of the contract, they...

Nene feared for his family during Vasco da Gama-Flamengo fan trouble

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Vasco da Gama and Flamengo supporters clashed on Saturday.

Vasco da Gama midfielder Nene said he feared for his family after violence erupted in the wake of a match between his team and rivals Flamengo at the weekend.

Rio de Janeiro military police were called into action at Vasco's Estadio Sao Januario as the home fans began rioting in the stands after Flamengo's 1-0 league victory on Saturday night.

One individual was confirmed dead and several others were injured as clashes continued outside the stadium.

Nene, who played all 90 minutes of Saturday's...

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One fan dead from violence following Vasco da Gama-Flamengo match

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Fan clashes marred the end of Saturday's match between Rio rivals Vasco da Gama and Flamengo.

One individual has been confirmed dead after fan violence erupted in the wake of a match between Brazil rivals Flamengo and Vasco da Gama on Saturday night.

Rio de Janeiro military police were called into action at Vasco's Estadio Sao Januario when angry home fans began rioting in the stands, hurling missiles onto the pitch and setting off smoke bombs after Flamengo's 1-0 league victory.

Confrontations -- many between Vasco fans -- spilled onto the streets outside the stadium, where 27-year-old...

 By Tim Vickery

Vasco da Gama can avoid relegation with attack-minded boss Jorginho

Jorginho is Vasco's third coach this campaign and he may just pull off a relegation miracle before the season is done.

Last Wednesday night, 3-0 down from the first leg, Vasco da Gama fielded a reserve side for their Brazilian Cup quarterfinal tie against Sao Paulo.

Supporters of rival Rio de Janeiro clubs enjoyed themselves. There was a joke going round. "Vasco's game tonight is going to be cancelled," I was informed by a fan of Fluminense. "They won't be able to put a side out. How can they field a reserve team when they don't even have a first team?"

The joke has lost a bit of its traction in the last couple...