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Rivaldo's son, Rivaldinho, signs for Boavista from Mogi Mirim

Rivaldo is president of Brazilian club Mogi Mirim.

Boavista have signed Rivaldinho, son of former Brazil great Rivaldo, from Mogi Mirim.

Rivaldinho, 20, had been playing alongside ex-Barcelona star Rivaldo, 43, at the Brazilian second-tier club, where his father serves as club president.

He now moves to the Portuguese top-flight with Boavista, who said in a statement: "Rivaldinho is a striker who possesses good movement and he's a good finisher. Apart from his own qualities, which promise him a great future, he's also the son of Ballon d'Or winner...

Rivaldo, Rivaldo Jr., both score in 3-1 win for Mogi Mirim

SAO PAULO -- Former Brazil star Rivaldo and his son both scored in the same match in the Brazilian league's second division on Tuesday.

The 43-year-old Rivaldo scored once and his 20-year-old son, Rivaldo Jr., netted twice in Mogi Mirim's 3-1 win over Macae.

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Brazil great Rivaldo makes comeback at 43

Former Brazil star Rivaldo made his comeback at 43 years old as Mogi Mirim secured an overdue victory over Nautico in a Serie B match on Tuesday.

Rivaldo, who is club president at the second-tier club, had hung up his boots in 2014 but said last month he could return to action if he felt he could help the team

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Rivaldo plans comeback in Brazil's Serie B club Mogi Mirim EC

Brazil legend Rivaldo said he plans to make a return to action at the club where he is currently president, Mogi Mirim Esporte Clube in Brazil's Serie B. 

Rivaldo, 43, has not played since retiring in March 2014, when he brought the curtain down on a long career that included two La Liga titles with Barcelona as well as a nomadic late-career period at clubs in Uzbekistan and Angola before returning to his homeland.

The 1999 Ballon d'Or winner, who was part of Brazil's World Cup-winning...

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Brazilian club fined for fans' racism

SAO PAULO -- A sports tribunal has fined Brazilian club Mogi Mirim $21,000 because its fans racially abused an opposing player in a Sao Paulo state championship match this month.

The tribunal issued the fine after fans allegedly called Santos midfielder Arouca a "monkey" while he was being interviewed after a March 6 match.

Fans also reportedly told the former Brazil midfielder to go and look for...