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Brazilian football exposed by Copa Libertadores failures

Quite rightly, the Copa Libertadores headlines will all go the fact that Boca Juniors and River Plate are to meet in the final. Not only is it South America's biggest derby and one of the world game's great clashes, this will be the first time the great rivals have clashed in a match-up of this magnitude. It is a wonderful story, one which deserves full attention.

But there is time to look ahead to the final and, in the wake of the semifinals, there is another side to the story: Argentina's success...

Neymar a superhero? PSG star's tattoos come alive in new comic book series

Take an in-depth look at how Neymar's tattoos were brought to life in this unique comic book.

Turning international soccer star Neymar into a comic book superhero wouldn't be all that much of a stretch. So a pair of comic book mavens decided to breathe life into Neymar's tattoos instead.

That's the premise behind the new comic book series "Inked," which was launched in mid-September and showcased at New York Comic Con in early October.

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International teammates, Marcelo and Philippe Coutinho will be on opposite sides -- and perhaps in direct opposition -- in one of the world's greatest club clashes this weekend.

On Sunday in the Camp Nou, Marcelo will be Real Madrid's left-back, Coutinho Barcelona's attacking midfielder. The pair are not only from the same country, Brazil, they are also from the same city, Rio de Janeiro. But this is a case of opposite teams, contrasting temperaments.

Full of swagger, Marcelo is taking the fight...

PSG and Brazil star Neymar shows off new tattoo of Spider-Man and Batman

It's no secret that when it comes to non-footballing hobbies, Neymar is heavily into comic books and body art.

Indeed, the Brazilian's extra-curricular passions came together last month when the first issue of his new graphic novel series, "Inked: Art Animates Life" (a story about a superhero with magical tattoos), was launched.

Skip forward a few weeks and Neymar is once again combining his twin loves in the latest addition to his own personal tattoo collection.

Already covered head to toe in...

Brazil's narrow victory is more worrying than Argentina's defeat

Brazil snatched it right at the end, centre-back Miranda shrugging off Nicolas Otamendi at a corner to glance in the 1-0 winner over Argentina ahead of keeper Sergio Romero. But Brazil boss Tite may well come away from Saudi Arabia a slightly more worried man than Lionel Scaloni, his Argentine counterpart.

The teams are at vastly different stages of development.

Scaloni is a caretaker coach, in temporary charge. The chaos of Argentina's World Cup campaign has forced the FA to think long and...

Brazil settled, Argentina in transition ahead of Tuesday's friendly non-friendly

As Brazil coach Tite stressed the other day, there is no such thing as a friendly between his national team and that of Argentina. But some un-friendlies are more friendly than others. And Tuesday's meeting in Saudi Arabia falls into this category.

First, it comes in the silly season of South American national team football, the year following a World Cup in which no competitive games are played. These sides will not be in action with points at stake for another eight months, when the 2019 Copa...