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BRAZILIAN CAMPEONATO PAULISTA

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
2 Audax São Pa 0 0 0 0
3 Ponte Preta 0 0 0 0
4 Santos FC 0 0 0 0
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Spanish prosecutors seek two-year sentence for Barcelona's Neymar

Barcelona will look to get back to winning ways against Celtic in the Champions League after a draw over the weekend.
Brazilian group DIS want Neymar to be suspended from playing if found guilty.

MADRID -- Spanish prosecutors are seeking a two-year prison sentence and a €10 million fine for Neymar on corruption charges because of alleged irregularities during his transfer from Brazilian club Santos to Barcelona.

Prosecutors said on Wednesday they are seeking the same punishment for Neymar's father and former Barcelona president Sandro Rosell, who is facing another three years for fraud charges.

They are all set to stand trial after a complaint brought by Brazilian investment group...

Neymar faces trial in Spain over Barcelona transfer

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Neymar is likely to stand trial over charges relating to his move to Barcelona.

A Spanish judge has opened the way for Brazil star Neymar and his father to stand trial on corruption charges relating to his 2013 move to Barcelona from Santos.

Barca president Josep Maria Bartomeu and his predecessor Sandro Rosell are also set to stand trial after Brazilian investment group DIS -- which owned 40 percent of Neymar's sporting rights when he completed his transfer -- complained that they had received less money than they should have done because part of the fee was concealed.

Prosecutors...

 By PA Sport

Hundreds gather for burial of Brazil legend Carlos Alberto in Rio de Janeiro

Hundreds of mourners gathered in Rio de Janeiro on Wednesday as former Brazil captain Carlos Alberto was laid to rest.

Carlos Alberto, who died at age 72 of a heart attack in Rio on Tuesday, was laid to rest at the Iraja cemetery with a Brazilian flag covering the coffin.

Among the mourners were former Brazil international Cafu, capped a record 142 times and twice a World Cup winner, alongside Carlos Alberto's son Alexander, who made a single appearance for the Selecao in 1992.

Right-back Carlos...

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Real Madrid offered Santos a friendly in 2011 Neymar bid - report

Real Madrid in 2012 offered Brazil club Santos a deal to host the Spanish Primera Division club for a friendly at their new stadium in exchange for the signature of rising star Neymar, according to Brazil newspaper Globo Esporte.

Neymar's initial transfer to Barcelona in 2013 is currently under investigation by Spanish prosecutors based on a complaint filed by investment company DIS, which claims it is due more money for the transaction.

Neymar, 24, has recently signed a new five-year contract at...

Neymar tax debt soured Barcelona-Paris Saint-Germain move - report

Neymar's €45 million tax debt scuppered a summer transfer to Paris Saint-Germain, according to French newspaper L'Equipe.

This summer, the Brazil international's agent, Wagner Ribeiro, claimed the French champions had offered his client €40m per year after tax and that a private jet and a chain of hotels bearing his name would be thrown into the deal.

However, L'Equipe say this information was wide of the mark. Instead, PSG were reportedly ready to activate Neymar's former minimum fee...