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FUTEBOL BRASILEIRO

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
12 Flamengo 15 4 19 49
13 Fluminense 14 5 19 47
14 Chapecoense 12 11 15 47
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Ronaldinho dismissive of retirement talk: 'I'm going to play a little bit more'

Ronaldinho had his contract terminated by Fluminense in September.

Ronaldinho is adamant he has no plans to retire and has vowed to sort his future at the end of next month.

Ronaldinho, 35, has been without a club since parting ways with Brazil's Fluminense in September, and told ESPN Deportes in November that he was choosing between continuing his career in MLS and Qatar.

The former Barcelona star took part in Fluminense's recent Florida Cup matches in the United States, which took place between Jan. 10 and 20, but is not under contract with the club.

Asked...

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Ronaldinho to play for Ecuador's Barcelona in friendly match

Brazil legend Ronaldinho is in advanced talks to play a Jan. 30 friendly match for Ecuador side Barcelona Sporting Club and could also be making a return to former club Fluminense. 

Ronaldinho's brother and agent, Roberto de Assis, said that the Guayaquil club's front-office directors are near a deal for the club's "Noche Amarilla," the event at which the Ecuador Primera A side present their players for the 2016 season and play a friendly match against another league club.

Juan Alfredo Cuentas,...

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Ronaldinho has no plans to retire and is studying offers, says brother

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes discusses Ronaldinho's contract being terminated by Fluminense, but where will the Brazilian head next?
Brazilian star Ronaldinho launches a counterattack with this extraordinary piece of skill in Queretaro's 2-2 Liga MX Torneo Clausura quarterfinal against Veracruz.

Ronaldinho's brother and agent has dismissed any talk of the two-time FIFA World Player of the Year retiring and said he is "carefully studying the offers that are coming in."

Brazil legend Ronaldinho, 35, was released by Fluminense on Monday after just two months and nine matches at the Rio de Janeiro club.

However, any speculation that the former Barcelona star -- who won the World Cup with Brazil in 2002 -- would take this setback as his cue to end his playing career was ruled out by his older...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Ronaldinho has Fluminense contract terminated at his request

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes discusses Ronaldinho's contract being terminated by Fluminense, but where will the Brazilian head next?

Fluminense have terminated Ronaldinho's contract at the former two-time World Player of the Year's request, the club announced on Monday night.

The 35-year-old midfielder had been with the Rio de Janeiro club for little more than two months.

During his time with the club, the former World Cup and Champions League winner participated in just nine games, failing to score or...

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Brazil clubs create Liga Sul-Minas-Rio, eye Premier League structure

Fans in five of Brazil's southern states will likely have a new league to watch in 2016.

A competition meant to be the precursor to a Brazilian Premier League has been officially formed after a meeting by member clubs in Rio de Janeiro on Thursday.

The statute for the "Liga Sul-Minas-Rio," a regional tournament consisting of clubs from five states in Brazil's south, was signed by its 13 founding members -- Flamengo and Fluminense of Rio, Internacional and Gremio of Rio Grande do Sul, Atletico-MG and Cruzeiro of Minas Gerais, Coritiba and Atletico-PR of Parana, and Joinville, Chapacoense,...