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BRAZILIAN CAMPEONATO PAULISTA

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Santos FC 1 1 0 4
2 Oeste 1 0 1 3
3 Linense 0 2 0 2
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Brazil Grupo Sonda says Barcelona star Neymar owes compensation

Neymar left court after testifying in an investigation regarding alleged irregularities concerning his transfer to Barcelona.
Josep Vives spoke after Barca's current and former president gave declarations in court of tax fraud allegations of Neymar.

MADRID -- The Brazilian company that says it hasn't been properly compensated for Neymar's transfer to Barcelona wants him to come clean and put an end to his judicial problems in Spain and Brazil.

The co-founder of Grupo Sonda, which invested in Neymar early in his career, issued a public message to the player in a news conference on Thursday in Madrid, saying he risks having his career tainted by a crime.

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Neymar appears in court over Barcelona transfer

Ronaldinho hopes Neymar will follow his heart, although he says he wouldn't like to play in the current Barca squad.
Josep Vives spoke after Barca's current and former president gave declarations in court of tax fraud allegations of Neymar.
Barcelona forward Neymar says his teammates Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi are the best front line he's ever played with.

MADRID -- Neymar appeared before a judge Tuesday to testify in an investigation into alleged irregularities regarding his transfer to Barcelona.

The Brazilian striker was in court for more than an hour and a half and left without giving details about his testimony.

Before being escorted away, he signed autographs and attended to a few fans who waited for him outside the National Court in central Madrid.

Neymar's father, who acts as his agent, was still being questioned by judge Jose de la Mata.

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Neymar must testify in Santos transfer case - reports

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Barcelona star Neymar will have to testify publicly in his own defence along with other senior club figures, including Blaugrana president Josep Maria Bartomeu, when the case looking into his controversial move to the Catalan club eventually comes to court, according to reports in Spain.

Neymar joined the Camp Nou outfit from Brazilian club Santos in summer 2013 in a deal which has been subject to a long-running investigation by judges in Madrid and Barcelona. The transfer is being probed due to...

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Santos accuse Barcelona over Neymar bonus fee for Ballon d'Or nomination

Santos have accused Barcelona of creating a "smokescreen" over their failure to pay a €2 million bonus clause after Neymar was named on the Ballon d'Or shortlist

Barca signed Neymar from Santos in the summer of 2013 in a complicated and controversial deal involving several bonus clauses, which the Brazilian club say included an obligation to pay €2m if Neymar was named as one of the final three Ballon d'Or nominees.

Barca are said to have written a letter, which was leaked to the...

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Neymar Sr. wants to end doubts over son's Barcelona future

Neymar wants to stay at Barcelona and end any doubts there might be over his future with the club, said his father, Neymar Sr.

The Brazilian striker is currently tied to the Catalan club until June 2018, and the club have expressed confidence in further extending and increasing Neymar's deal in the near future, with the 23-year-old's recent legal trouble halting any immediate movement on a new accord.

"I want to talk with Barcelona because all the time people are talking about the 'Neymar Case here'...