This season could offer a chance to breakthrough at Manchester United for Andreas Pereira, writes Rich Lloyd.
Posts Tagged ‘Brazil’
Alcides Ghiggia was the World Cup winning hero for Uruguay in 1950. His tale is as dramatic today as it was then, writes Aidan Williams.
Alan Moore brings news from Russia where Fabio Capello is no longer the coach of the national side.
The change in leadership of the Brazilian national team led to a large scale overhaul of the squad, Ellis King assesses what has changed in the Brazil camp.
With Copa America 2015 under a week away Ellis King identifies the most influential attacker each nation has to offer.
Alan Moore discusses the lack of top brass support when it comes to having major sporting events in Ireland.
Alan Moore is back with the second part of his look at some of football’s dodgy dealings that seem to co unnoticed by FIFA.
Tomos Knox looks at how Brazilian nationalism transformed Palestra Italia into a Brazilian team.
Conor Heffernan takes a historical look at the influence that the round ball game has had on Brazil.
Niall Noonan on the story of Carlos Henrique, football’s greatest fraud who forged a two decade career for himself on the back of a lie.