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FUTEBOL BRASILEIRO

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
7 Ponte Preta 10 4 8 34
8 Fluminense 8 7 5 31
9 Paranaense 9 3 9 30
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Wellington Silva exits Arsenal to join Fluminense in Brazil

Wellington Silva signed for Arsenal in 2010 but was not granted a work permit initially.

Arsenal's Brazilian winger Wellington Silva has returned to Brazil to join Fluminense after failing to play a single game for the Premier League giants.

Having signed for the Gunners in 2010, Silva failed to get a work permit and spent time on loan in Spain with Levante, Alcoyano, Ponferradina, Murcia and Almeria.

It was not until the 2015-16 season that he finally received his work permit, but was subsequently sent out on loan to Bolton Wanderers, where he made 22 appearances and scored two goals.

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Report: Ronaldinho to play June matches for Peruvian side

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts discuss Ronaldinho's interest in the Australian A-League with the Brazilian star linked to five clubs.

Barcelona and Brazil legend Ronaldinho is set to play two exhibition games for Peru second-tier side Cienciano in June, according to the club's administrator.

The 36-year-old former Barcelona and AC Milan star has been without a contract since he played nine matches for Fluminense between July and September of 2015 after leaving Liga MX side Queretaro.

He was reported to be near a new deal with the Brazilian side, but his brother and agent, Roberto Assis, last week said the former two-time...

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Ronaldinho's next move either MLS or China - agent

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts discuss Ronaldinho's interest in the Australian A-League with the Brazilian star linked to five clubs.

Ronaldinho won't play in Brazil and is likely to join Major League Soccer or the Chinese Super League, his brother and agent, Roberto Assis, has said.

The 36-year-old former Barcelona and AC Milan star has been without a contract since he played nine matches for Fluminense between July and September of this year after leaving Liga MX side Queretaro. He was reported to be near a new deal with the Brazilian side, but Assis said the former Barcelona forward now is only considering MLS or China. 

"We...

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,...