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Roberto Carlos' free kick, 20 years on

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 By Tim Vickery

Philippe Coutinho's fate once again depends on what Neymar does

ESPN's Herculez Gomez responds to the latest reports of Neymar agreeing to terms with PSG on a contract.
Steve Nicol evaluates Philippe Coutinho's future with Liverpool amid his links with Barcelona.

On Sunday, Gerard Pique put out on social media a photo of himself and Neymar together with the comment "staying" in Spanish. If this really is -- for this window anyway -- the end of Neymar's "Will he or won't he go to PSG?" saga, does that mean that Liverpool can breathe more easily?

Barcelona, of course, have been expressing an interest in Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho. Some have interpreted this as the search by the Catalan giants for a long-term Andres Iniesta replacement. Perhaps. Coutinho,...

 By Jack Lang

Older, wiser Jo enjoying renaissance as Corinthians' leading striker

Jo's arc from Premier League joke to reborn striker has been nothing short of fun at Corinthians.

For the longest time, it looked like it would be one of those days.

Corinthians threw everything they had at Botafogo, but it just bounced off: goalkeeper Roberto Júnior "The Little Cat" Fernández lived up to his name and then some. Rodriginho and Marquinhos Gabriel were denied; a penalty was clawed around the post.

There is something about Corinthians in moments such as these, however, a prize fighter's ability to grind out a victory on points even when not at their best. That was...

 By Chris Wright

Neymar, Dani Alves can't resist competing even when on the beach

As the summer rolls on, both Dani Alves and Neymar are looking relaxed, honed and ready for the new football season.

The Brazilian internationals paired up to take on a couple of chums in a friendly game of futvolei on the beach and proved to be a dynamic team.

"Quase é tua moleque PV" 🤣🤣🤣 #goodcrazysinthahouse😎💣🎬

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Nicely done chaps. Lovely measured assist from Alves and a brilliant disguised finish from Neymar.

Perhaps an extended career on the professional football volleyball circuit beckons for both of them?

 By Chris Wright

Manchester United's Marcus Rashford meets 'the king' Ronaldinho in Miami

After bumping into Jesse Lingard in Miami on Saturday night, Ronaldinho managed to tick another big one off his bucket list this week.

The Brazil legend scored a chance meeting with Lingard's Manchester United teammate, Marcus Rashford, as the two dined out in a Florida restaurant.

"Nice to sit down and chat with the...

 By Tim Vickery

Sampaoli off to winning start but World Cup battle ahead for Argentina coach

Gabriel Mercado scored the only goal as Argentina beat Brazil in Jorge Sampaoli's first game in charge.

Argentina may have arrived late at the Melbourne Cricket Ground for their friendly with Brazil, but a 1-0 win to kick off the Jorge Sampaoli era ahead of a crucial World Cup qualifying battle was a big boost.

Sampaoli has taken over a team struggling badly in the race to Russia -- fifth in the standings and facing the prospect of a playoff unless they turn their campaign around.

Beating Brazil, then, provided a morale lift. Just as importantly, with next to no time on the training ground, the outgoing...

 By Tim Vickery

Confident Brazil to face Sampaoli's under-pressure Argentina in Australia

Alejandro Moreno evaluates whether Jorge Sampaoli is the man to lead Argentina forward.

A year before the 2014 World Cup, hosts Brazil won the Confederations Cup and felt they were on the right lines in terms of preparation. A few months later, almost bubbling over with confidence, coach Luiz Felipe Scolari declared that "we've done the hard point. We've found our team."

When the squad assembled at the end of May 2014, Scolari's vastly experienced coordinator Carlos Alberto Parreira, himself a World Cup-winning coach, said that the team "already had one hand on the trophy." The story...