Rio de Janeiro council said in a statement that Flamengo had been fined 31 times because of infractions at the Ninho do Urubu training ground. Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age •Brisbane Times
According to Reuters, the deaths of 10 teenagers in a fire at Brazil’s Flamengo soccer club highlighted the precarious conditions many youngsters face as they chase the dream of becoming professional..
CNN recently reported that, "ten people have died and at least three others have been injured after a fire broke out at the youth training ground of Brazilian football club Flamengo on Friday..." Real..
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A fire has torn through the sprawling training complex of one of Brazil's biggest football clubs, killing ten people and leaving three teenagers injured, firefighters said. Crews were called just after..
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MADRID (Reuters) - Brazilian teenager Vinicius Jr. has been called into the Real Madrid squad for Saturday's La Liga game at home to Espanyol, taking the youngster closer to his debut for the European.. SBS - Published
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Diego Alves, the Brazilian goalkeeper who has saved more penalties than any other player in the history of La Liga, has ended his decade-long spell in Spain by leaving Valencia to.. SBS - Published
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - A Brazilian football fan was shot dead after violence erupted in Rio de Janeiro following a derby match between Flamengo and Vasco da Gama, news reports said on Sunday. SBS - Published
Reports in Spain suggest the deal for the 16-year-old is around 46 million euros (£39.7 million), which would make him the second most expensive signing from the Brazilian league in history. SBS - Published
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Vinicius Junior, the latest soccer sensation from Brazil, joined up with the Flamengo first team squad for the first time on Thursday ahead of an expected big-money move to.. SBS - Published
A Brazilian goalkeeper who served part of a 22-year sentence for murder before returning to first-class football in April has been ordered back to prison Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age •Brisbane Times
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - A soccer fan was killed and several others injured after violence erupted in Rio de Janeiro before Sunday's Botafogo-Flamengo match, Brazilian news reports said. SBS - Published
Paralympic sailor Liesl Tesch and physiotherapist Sarah Ross said they were taking a bike ride in a park near their hotel at Flamengo Beach early on Sunday when they were confronted by two men, one of.. SBS - Published