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Published on 04/11/2016
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- FIFA Imposes 1 Fine in Every 3 Games for Homophobia in South American Elimination Rounds
With special attention given to the Russia Soccer World Cup to be held in 2018 and given the country's background filled with fans with discriminatory attitudes, Fifa, the world's governing body of soccer, developed a monitoring program used during the playoffs to dispute the World Cup.
Published on 09/23/2016 - 11h13
- São Paulo Police Identify Malaysians Who Run a Game Fixing Mafia
As part of the ongoing 'Operation Game Over' that is investigating the fixing of soccer championships here in Brazil to benefit criminal groups that operate on betting exchanges in Asian countries, the São Paulo Civil Police have identified two Malaysians who are now the primary suspects in running the scheme in Brazil.
Published on 09/20/2016 - 15h06
- Ex-Coach of the Brazilian Football Team Mano Menezes Says Football Problems Are Structural
The ex-coach of the Brazilian football team and current trainer for Cruzeiro, 54-year old Mano Menezes, believes that the country's football is suffering from structural problems.
Published on 09/20/2016 - 11h44
- Fifa Takes Action Against Homophobic Football Fans in Latin America, Fining Brazilian Confederation
For the first time in its history, Fifa is deliberating over whether to fine the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) for the homophobic actions of Brazilian football fans.
Published on 09/16/2016 - 11h13
- João Havelange, World Football King and Ex-Fifa Legend, Dies Aged 100
In October 2009 João Havelange savoured the last victory of his career. Dean of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), he was one of the real backing forces behind Rio's successful campaign to host the Olympics in 2016.
Published on 08/17/2016 - 12h38
- João Havelange, Who Lead FIFA from 74 to 98, Has Died at 100 Years in Rio
Former FIFA President João Havelange died on Thursday, the 16th, at 100 years of age, in Rio de Janeiro. He had been hospitalized since last week at the Samaritano Hospital with pneumonia.
Published on 08/16/2016 - 13h11
- Brazilian Police Arrest Seven People for Match Fixing
On Wednesday, June 6, the Brazilian Civil Police Department arrested seven people suspected of being members of a gang responsible for match fixing - they allegedly interfered in the results of soccer matches, mainly in the A2 and A3 series of the São Paulo Championship, and lower divisions in the country's North and Northeast regions.
Published on 07/07/2016 - 10h14
- Without Playing Any Games, Club Declares Profit of R$ 2 million and Comes Under Scrutiny by FIFA
A small soccer club in the countryside of São Paulo managed to pull off an incredible feat in 2015. The SEV- Hortolândia club managed a surplus of R$ 2.7 million (US$ 750,000) in its balance sheet at the same time that major teams were recording millions in losses.
Published on 06/23/2016 - 10h49
- New Coach of Brazilian National Team Says That He Draws His Inspiration from the 1982 World Cup Team
New national coach Tite is a fan of Telê Santana and of the generation that lost the 1982 World Cup.
Published on 06/21/2016 - 10h41
- With a Weakened CBF, Tite Becomes the Coach of the Brazilian Soccer Team and Appoints Colleagues to Coaching Staff
After nearly twenty-fours of expectations, at the end of Wednesday afternoon, June 15, Tite was confirmed as the new coach of Brazil's national soccer team.
Published on 06/16/2016 - 10h07