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  • Pele leads calls for change at top of Brazilian football

    RIO JANEIRO: Pele and Zico have signed an open letter calling for change at the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF), starting with the departure of its president, who is facing corruption charges in the United States...

    The statement also called for the Brazilian authorities to open their own investigation into the corruption allegations...

  • Army chief given Brazilian award

    ISLAMABAD: Army Chief Gen Raheel Sharif has been awarded the prestigious ‘Order of Merit’ by the Brazilian government in recognition of his leadership role in fighting terrorism and promoting regional peace and stability...

    Commander of Brazilian Army Eduardo Dias da Costa Villas Bôas presented the award to Gen Sharif at a special ceremony in Brasília...

  • Liverpool sign Brazilian ace Roberto Firmino

    BERLIN: Liverpool have agreed to sign Brazil international Roberto Firmino pending a medical that will take place after his participation at the Copa America, the Premier League club confirmed on Wednesday...

    The gifted 23-year-old attacking midfielder is moving to Anfield from Germany's Hoffenheim, where he played since 2010, scoring 47 goals in 151 appearances
  • Brazilian football: An excess of incompetence

    ”Kfouri, like many other fans, blames the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) and Dunga, the coach who took over two weeks after their World Cup humiliation last year...

    The organisation was criticised after the 7-1 Germany defeat for not pausing to take stock and for failing to understand that Brazilian football has gone backwards...

  • Lagos losing splendour of its Afro-Brazilian past

    LAGOS: Octogenarian Yewande Oyediran sits back in a comfy armchair in her living room in the “Campos” quarter of Lagos, with its fading Brazilian heritage...

    ”But such Brazilian influences on daily life in Nigeria’s financial capital are rapidly becoming hard to find...

  • Rosberg wins consecutive Brazilian F1 Grand Prix title

    SAO PAULO: Nico Rosberg won the Brazilian Formula One Grand Prix for the second year in a row on Sunday and denied Mercedes team mate Lewis Hamilton a first success in the homeland of his late hero Ayrton Senna...

    Force India’s Nico Hulkenberg was sixth with Red Bull’s Russian Daniil Kvyat seventh and Brazilian Felipe Massa eighth for Williams, although he was summoned to stewards for irregular tyre pressures...

  • Brazilian president bows out after historic vote to put her on trial

    BRASILIA: Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff bowed out defiantly on Thursday, suspended from office after the Senate voted to put her on trial for breaking budget laws in a historic decision brought on by a deep recession and a corruption scandal...

    “I may have made mistakes but I did not commit any crime,” she said in an angry address, calling the impeachment “fraudulent” and “a coup”...

  • Brazilian coffee

    HOW do you take your Olympic coffee — white, or black? In Rio, coffee is prepared from beans imported from countries across the world — Bolivia, Ethiopia, Jamaica, Kenya, Australia, even Thailand...

    Its percolating machines filter them, a metaphor for the transient internationalism of the Olympic Games themselves
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