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FUTEBOL BRASILEIRO

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
6 Corinthians 1 1 1 4
7 Santos FC 1 1 1 4
8 São Paulo 1 1 1 4
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 By Ben Gladwell

Pele nearly signed for Inter Milan from Santos - Massimo Moratti

Pele admits his son almost saw him cry after Brazil's 7-1 defeat to Germany in the 2014 FIFA World Cup semifinals.
Pele scored 1,281 goals in 1,363 games.

Former Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti has said Pele signed for the Nerazzurri in 1958 only for the deal to be called off due to fan protests.

Brazilian legend Pele was in Milan on Thursday to promote a new film about his life, and in an interview with La Gazzetta dello Sport he revealed how AC Milan had tried to sign him once, but the closest he came to playing in Italy was when Inter struck an agreement with his former club Santos.

"It's true, but sadly my father [Angelo Moratti --...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Pele: I was close to signing for Real Madrid and Napoli

Three-time World Cup winner Pele shares his thoughts on Michel Platini and the FIFA presidential race.
Brazilian football legend Pele visits Kolkata in India and discussed a few topics including Messi, Neymar and Brazil.

Brazil legend Pele has said he was close to signing for Real Madrid during his playing days at Santos.

Pele is considered one of the best footballers of his generation, with FIFA citing his goal-scoring record over the course of his career as 1,281 goals in 1,363 games.

The ex-striker won numerous trophies, including three World Cups, and in 2000 he was named Player of the Century.

Pele never played for a European club, plying his trade at Santos and New York Cosmos, but he has said he had the chance...

Shooting death prompts away fans to be banned from derbies in Sao Paulo

Palmeiras fans
Palmeiras fans -- and all other away supporters -- will not be able to attend city derbies for the rest of the year.

Sao Paulo police have banned away fans from attending city derbies until the end of the year after a bystander was shot dead on Sunday as Palmeiras and Corinthians fans battled ahead of their state championship game.

The decision was taken by the state's military police in conjunction with the Paulista State Football Federation and public prosecutors.

"This will avoid the need for the military police to escort organised fan groups, which will allow a reinforcement of policing around the stadiums,"...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Brazil court orders Santos to show Neymar transfer documents

A Brazil court ruled that Santos must present evidence regarding Neymar's transfer to Barcelona.

A Sao Paolo court on Tuesday gave Brazilian club Santos seven days to present evidence of the offers they received in 2013 for Neymar that resulted in his eventual transfer to Barcelona.

Neymar and his father appeared before a judge in Madrid last month to testify in an investigation into the transfer. Former and current Barcelona presidents were also questioned by the judge too, as well as representatives of Santos, all of whom denied wrongdoing. The Brazilian club claim they have been hurt in...

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.

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.

"You are an exceptional player and I wouldn't like to see you going down in history marked...