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.
Posts Tagged ‘Brazil’
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.
Ian Walker gives us a quick round up of the action in Argentina and Brazil this week, and also take look at the upcoming international action.
The Dutch have always produced exciting batches of talent players, but how will the latest group fare? Here’s Ger Deegan.
Ian Walker’s weekly dispatch on the latest from South American football.
Alan Robins discusses Brazil’s collapse during the latter stages of a World Cup played in front of an expectant home crowd.
Robert Redmond discusses Brazil’s showing at the World Cup on home soil as they prepare for their toughest test yet against Colombia.
Callum Farrell runs his eye over Fernando Duarte’s ‘Shocking Brazil: Six Games that Shook the World Cup’.