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Duarte: Brazil need more than luck

 By Chris Wright

Barcelona and Brazil star Neymar gets tricky in the casino

When he's not busy mesmerising stadiums full of football fans around the world with his deft skills and dazzling footwork, Neymar can often be found firmly entrenched at a poker table somewhere.

Indeed, even when he's down on the casino floor the Brazilian star can usually find time to bust out a few tricks to pass the time -- as his recent appearance at the World Series of Poker event in Las Vegas duly proves.

Neymar should heed latest lessons of Brazilian backlash to his lifestyle

Spanish prosecutors have requested that Neymar is tried for fraud in relation to his big-money move to Barcelona.

Few times in his punditry career has Roberto Rivelino looked so angry. Speaking on the TV show he co-anchors with fellow Selecao legend Zico on Brazil's Esporte Interativo, the 1970 World Cup winner gave the impression that he was going to use that fabled left foot to boot the studio table to the sky while discussing the fallout from Brazil's Copa America exit.

The now infamous Instagram post by absent captain Neymar right after the final whistle in Peru's 1-0 defeat of Brazil was the subject of...

Brazil pick the right manager, Tite, to help rebuild the struggling Selecao

ESPN FC's Roberto Martinez and Steve McManaman react to Brazil's recent sacking of Dunga.
A winner both in domestic football and in the Copa Libertadores, Tite appears to be the chosen one to resurrect Brazil.

It's been a poorly kept secret that the Brazilian Football Confederation wanted Mr. Adenor Bacchi, also known as Tite, to take over as national team head coach with immediate effect following the dismissal of Dunga. Now, they've reportedly secured his services, according to his soon-to-be-former employers, Corinthians.

A few very important caveats permeate the negotiations between the CBF and the man who is arguably the best Brazilian for the job. The most important of them is the fact that the...

Dunga's exit a relief for Brazil, but picking the right replacement is vital

ESPN FC's Roberto Martinez and Steve McManaman react to Brazil's recent sacking of Dunga.

Say what you will about Dunga; he was no quitter. Even on Wednesday evening, 48 hours after Brazil's latest embarrassment at a major tournament and as speculation about his future swirled, there was a bullish -- some would say foolhardy -- conviction emanating from his camp.

Gilmar Rinaldi, Dunga's affable right-hand man, insisted that Dunga would be around to guide the Seleção at the Rio Olympics, the second major appointment in what is now already looking like a nightmare summer for...

Brazil's issues go much deeper than firing and replacing Dunga as manager

The ESPN FC crew discuss the controversial goal that saw Peru win Group B and eliminate Brazil from the Copa America Centenario.

For once, Dunga was spot-on. During his postmatch press conference, there was a rare moment in which he didn't bemoan the referee's oversight of Raul Ruidiaz's now-infamous handball goal. Instead, the Brazil manager argued that rebuilding the team after the 2014 World Cup shambles was never going to be an overnight job.

"Germany took 14 years to reinvent themselves, but Brazilians want to do it fast," he said.

Forget that Die Mannschaft actually reached two World Cup semifinals and two Euro finals...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Neymar wins seat at World Series of Poker in two-table satellite

Neymar won a poker event in Las Vegas last weekend.

Brazil might have crashed out of the Copa America early, but at least Neymar went home a winner this weekend.

The Barcelona star, who is sitting out the Copa in favour of the Olympics later this summer, earned himself a seat at the World Series of Poker after winning a PokerStars event in Las Vegas.

While his Brazil teammates were preparing for Sunday's game against Peru in Massachusetts -- a game which they shockingly lost 1-0 -- Neymar was the last man standing in a two-table satellite event.