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Chapecoense, Brazilian giants Fluminense, Vasco da Gama all mired in tight relegation fight

After the horrific tragedy of two years ago, Chapecoense's first-divison fate will come down to the final game of the season.
After the horrific tragedy of two years ago, Chapecoense's first-divison fate will come down to the final game of the season.

It is precisely two years since the Chapecoense plane crash, when almost the entire team and coaching staff of the little Brazilian club lost their lives.

In such circumstances, it seems crass in the extreme to state that Chapecoense are fighting for their first-division survival this weekend. Such metaphors lose all their meaning when measured against true tragedy.

Nevertheless, there is a connection. Because all of the emotion engendered by the disaster needs to be channelled somehow. And the...

Brazilian opponents give ambulance push-start and get player to hospital

Flamengo and Vasco da Gama players had to push-start the ambulance that was taking Bruno Silva to hosiptal
Flamengo and Vasco da Gama players had to push-start the ambulance that was taking Bruno Silva to hosiptal.

Brazilian footballers from opposing teams worked together to push-start an ambulance to get an injured player on his way to the hospital.

The incident occurred during Saturday's match in Brasilia between two Rio de Janeiro rivals, Flamengo and Vasco da Gama.

An ambulance was called into the pitch when Vasco da Gama's Bruno Silva was knocked out in a clash for the ball.

Silva was loaded into the ambulance, but its engine failed to turn over.

Video showed eight players from both teams pushing the...

Barcelona's Philippe Coutinho shares photo from childhood days at Vasco da Gama

Having spent his formative years at Vasco da Gama, Philippe Coutinho came over all nostalgic recently when helping to mark a milestone at his former club.

Vasco da Gama are celebrating their 120th anniversary this year and to celebrate, Coutinho shared a small batch of throwback images on social media.

"Congratulations to Vasco da Gama for another year of its history," the Barcelona midfielder wrote.

"I am very happy and grateful to have spent more than 10 years in this club!"

Coutinho began his...

Bayer Leverkusen seal deal for Brazilian teenager Paulinho

Paulinho
Paulinho has signed for Bayer Leverkusen.

Bayer Leverkusen completed the signing of Brazilian forward Paulinho from Vasco da Gama for next season in what the Bundesliga club called "a real coup."

The 17-year-old Paulinho signed a contract through June 2023, effective from his next birthday on July 15.

A transfer fee was not disclosed, but kicker magazine in Germany reported Leverkusen took advantage of financial problems at Vasco da Gama by having its offer of just under €20 million accepted -- €10m less than his release clause.

However,...

 By Tim Vickery

Is Brazil starlet Paulinho leaving Vasco da Gama for Bayer Leverkusen too soon?

It is 20 years since Brazil's Vasco da Gama won the Copa Libertadores and it seems that their fans will have to wait at least one more year for a second triumph.

After four of their group games, they have just two points to their name. Down to 10-men for more than half an hour, they fought hard to come back and claim a draw at home to Racing of Argentina.

Defeat would have left their position all but impossible; as it stands, it is merely very difficult. They have to beat compatriots Cruzeiro at...