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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Bolivian who pointed out Chapecoense charter flaws seeks asylum in Brazil

Chapecoense have been awarded the 2016 Copa Sudamericana title after a mass appeal from clubs around South America.
Thousands of supporters paid their final respects to the Chapecoense players, coaches and staff.
Thousands gathered at stadiums in Brazil and Colombia to pay their respects to the victims of the Chapecoense tragedy.
Chapecoense's Alejandro Martinuccio aims to carry the legacy of his teammates following the club's tragedy.

A Bolivian aviation agent who pointed out irregularities in the flight plan of a plane that crashed and killed 71 people has traveled to Brazil to seek asylum.

Brazil's federal prosecutors' office said in a statement on Tuesday that the woman presented herself at the border city of Corumba and requested help.

According to the prosecutors' office, the woman worked at the Bolivian aviation agency that approved the ill-fated flight Monday between Santa Cruz, Bolivia, and Medellin, Colombia.

The prosecutors'...

Brazil construction companies rigged World Cup bids, antitrust body says

The Brazil stadium in Manaus has been little-used since the World Cup.

Brazil's antitrust body says several construction companies rigged their bids for 2014 World Cup stadiums, driving up costs by overcharging for the work.

"So far, there are indications that at least five bids related to World Cup stadiums were the subject of the cartel," the antitrust body CADE said in a statement.

Included in the five bids is Rio de Janeiro's famous Maracana, where Germany defeated Argentina 1-0 in the World Cup final.

Two other stadiums named on Monday in the statement were in...

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Brazil and Colombia to play friendly to benefit Chapecoense victims

Chapecoense have been awarded the 2016 Copa Sudamericana title after a mass appeal from clubs around South America.
Thousands of supporters paid their final respects to the Chapecoense players, coaches and staff.
Thousands gathered at stadiums in Brazil and Colombia to pay their respects to the victims of the Chapecoense tragedy.
Chapecoense's Alejandro Martinuccio aims to carry the legacy of his teammates following the club's tragedy.
New Chapecoense President Ivan Tozzo says the club must get support to survive following the air disaster.

Brazil will play Colombia in a friendly at the end of January to help victims of the air crash that killed most of the players, staff and directors of Brazilian club Chapecoense last week.

Spokesman Douglas Lunardi also said on Monday that the Brazilian football confederation (CBF) will donate about $1.5 million to Chapecoense.

On Tuesday, the CBF set a tentative date of Jan. 22, one week before the start of the 2017 season and a spokesperson for the federation said that both FIFA and CONMEBOL were...

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Chapecoense officially awarded title of Copa Sudamericana after plane crash

Thousands gathered at stadiums in Brazil and Colombia to pay their respects to the victims of the Chapecoense tragedy.
Argentina's Racing will wear the Chapecoense crest on their shirts as a tribute to those who lost their lives.

CONMEBOL officially awarded Brazilian side Chapecoense with the 2016 Copa Sudamericana on Monday.

In a statement, the South American governing body said it awarded the title -- the continent's secondary international club tournament -- "as a posthumous homage to the victims of the fatal crash that leaves our sport in mourning."

Club officials had said on Saturday that the title and $2 million prize money would be bestowed upon the Brazilian side after a plane carrying the team crashed en route...

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United States U17s beat Brazil 3-0 in international friendly competition

Bjorn Johnsen and Perry Kitchen's performance in the Scottish Premiership headlines the latest edition of Yanks Abroad.

The United States Under-17 team beat the Brazil U17s 3-0 on Sunday to win the Nike International Friendlies competition in Lakewood Ranch, Florida. 

Ayo Akinola, Josh Sargent and Timothy Weah scored for manager John Hackworth's team, as they finished the friendly tournament 3-0 to win the title.

Speaking after the match, Hackworth told U.S. Soccer: "I was in this job previously in my career and I've talked about it a lot, our soccer and tactical understanding are getting better.