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 By Jack Lang

Ronaldinho debuts for Fluminense and shows a glimpse of his former genius

Ronaldinho's much-anticipated debut for Fluminense passed with little fanfare but a key contribution.

RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil -- "How many today, Joao? Thirty thousand?"

"They said 40 on the radio. Fifty, even. Everyone will want to be there."

Two metro stops from the Maracana and there is an energy in the train carriage that cannot merely be put down to it being game day. The Fluminense fans are out in more force than usual ahead of the battle of the Tricolors against Gremio. Indeed, it's not just any match, for there is to be a special guest; a royal visit in footballing terms. Ronaldinho...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

David Luiz predicts MLS move, says league can soon be among world's best

PSG defender David Luiz opens up on his time in New York for the preseason as well as his expectations for the upcoming season.

Paris Saint-Germain defender David Luiz says he can one day see himself playing in Major League Soccer, a league he says will be among the world's most important within the next decade.

Luiz joined PSG on a tour of the U.S. and Canada this summer, playing in front of massive crowds against Manchester United and Chelsea.

And with some of the sport's most recognisable names -- Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard, Kaka and Andrea Pirlo -- joining MLS this season, the centre-back sees great things to come...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Zico's FIFA presidential bid gets Brazilian federation's support

Michel Platini has announced he will run for the FIFA presidency, immediately beconing the clear favourite for the role.
Michel Platini will stand as a candidate to replace Sepp Blatter as the next president of FIFA, world football's governing body.

The Brazilian football federation has backed former Selecao and Flamengo legend Zico's bid to run for the soon-to-be-vacant FIFA presidency.

The 62-year-old expressed his desire to run just days after current president Sepp Blatter announced his plans to abdicate the organization's top post back in June, and asked for the Brazil FA's support earlier this week.

Now with the support of Brazil FA chief Marco Polo Del Nero in hand, the the star of the 1982 and '86 Brazilian World Cup teams must get...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Zico asks Brazilian federation to back his candidacy for FIFA president

Michel Platini will stand as a candidate to replace Sepp Blatter as the next president of FIFA, world football's governing body.

Brazil and Flamengo legend Zico has asked his country's football federation to back him in his bid for the soon-to-be-vacated FIFA presidency.

The 62-year-old expressed his desire to run just days after current president Sepp Blatter announced his plans to abdicate the organization's top post back in June.

Standing UEFA president Michel Platini announced his candidacy on Wednesday, and the star of the 1982 and '86 Brazilian World Cup teams is hoping to have the support of CBF before soliciting other...