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Brazil's 1982 World Cup goalkeeper Waldir Peres dies after heart attack

Waldir Peres with Brazil
Waldir Peres was most famously the starting goalkeeper on Brazil's unforgettable 1982 World Cup squad.

RIO DE JANEIRO -- Former Brazil goalkeeper Waldir Peres, a member of three World Cup teams, died on Sunday at the age of 66 after a heart attack. His death was announced by his family.

Peres was having lunch with friends in the city of Mogi Mirim in Sao Paulo state when he passed out and was taken to hospital.

He was a starter in the 1982 Brazil team that contained greats Zico, Socrates, and Falcao. Brazil were knocked out by eventual winner Italy in the second round.

He was initially criticised...

 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,...

Pele's son Edson returns to jail on drug trafficking, money laundering charges

Pele and son Edinho
Pele's son, Edson Cholbi do Nascimento was ordered back to jail by a Brazilian court on Friday.

SAO PAULO -- The son of Brazil legend Pele has returned to jail to serve a sentence of more than 12 years on drug trafficking and money laundering charges.

A Brazilian court Friday ordered Edson Cholbi do Nascimento returned to jail after turning down his appeal.

He is a former goalkeeper with Pele's old club Santos and was first arrested in 2005, though he remained free pending the outcome of his appeals.

In 2014 a court convicted him to 33 years in prison. That sentence was later reduced to 12...

Spain requested arrest of former Brazilian FA chairman Ricardo Teixeira

Ricardo Teixeira was chairman of the Brazilian Football Confederation from 1989 to 2012.

Brazil's attorney general's office has confirmed Spanish authorities requested the arrest of former Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) chairman Ricardo Teixeira.

The office of Brazil's top prosecutor on Wednesday said it requested those documents for a possible investigation into Teixeira.

A prosecutor told The Associated Press that Teixeira might be investigated in Brazil, but said the South American country does not prosecute private crime.

Teixeira was a business partner of former Barcelona...

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Barcelona and Brazil star Neymar: Next season is most important of my life

Brazil legend Pele believes the national team can't rely just on Neymar to be successful.

Barcelona and Brazil superstar Neymar says the 2017-18 season will the most important of his career.

The 25-year-old forward will have a year full of expectation in the coming 12 months. The former Santos man will welcome a new coach to the club after a disappointing final campaign under Luis Enrique. 

Next summer will also bring the 2018 World Cup in Russia, where Brazil will look to avenge their humiliating 2014 exit in which the five-time world champions were beaten 7-1 at the semifinal...