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Djalminha: The Man who would be King

Djalminha could have had it all and very nearly did. One of the hottest talents to come out of Brazil in the 1990s, sadly his legacy is now marred. Conor Heffernan explains all.   In the 1999/2000 La Liga season, Deportivo de La Coruña travelled to the Santiago Bernabéu in a must win game against Real Madrid. Deportivo had begun …

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Brazilian Football & The Thrill of a Hero

Our resident Brazilian is back with more passionate insights from the world of Brazilian football. Last week, following the introduction to the Brazilian Cup in this space, I purposely abstained myself from writing a follow-up to the matches. Sure it’s not very professional, but the thing is that Flamengo lost 3-0 to Coritiba and depressive articles are not exactly good …

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Brazilian Cup of Greediness

Our resident Brazilian football expert, Maycon Dimas, discusses the democratic fairness, or lack thereof, of the Brazilian Cup. The standard of the Brazilian league is so below many, if not all, of the European ones that a few players took the courage to finally address the causes of it publicly last year. Their group, known as the Bom Senso F.C. …

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Brazilian Football – Beginner’s Guide To The Current Season

Our new resident Brazilian, Maycon Dimas is here to enlighten the sporting public in Europe about the goings on in the world of Brazilian football. Here’s part one. Since this is a debut post, a few things need to be clarified before we start. Yours truly here is a helpless football fan from Brazil who has been nominated to write …

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