The Brazilian Cup semifinals reserve us two great games. One side, at the Maracanã Stadium, a national derby, a rivalry that’s 30 years old between Flamengo and Atlético-MG and at Mineirão, Cruzeiro plays Santos aiming the triple crown of Brazilian Football.
After the polemic decision that relegated them last year Portuguesa couldn’t handle lack of money that the relegation brings. Changing coaches, managers, players and even leaving the field in the middle of a match. None of it could save Portuguesa from the inevitable, another relegation.
Because of presidential elections in Brazil, we’ll have 9 out of 10 matches this Saturday (25), and the only one game left will be played next Monday. Continue reading
This Thursday Dunga called the National Team players with a few news. Since the Brazilian League and the Brazilian Cup doesn’t stop on FIFA dates, the clubs and the CBF did an arrangement to preserve some players, this way, Dunga didn’t called player from Brazilian clubs.