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André Santos: from Arsenal misfit to being beaten up by his own fans
2 days ago
Fernando Duarte: Andre Santos’ fall from grace has had dangerous consequences that cause wider questions to be asked of the Brazilian game
Why Brazil have taken a backward step in renaming Dunga as manager
1 week ago
Fernando Duarte: The former captain gets second chance that even he must have felt was never coming his way
Brazil faces up to the sobering reality of its World Cup hangover
2 weeks ago
Fernando Duarte: The Seleção never quite made it to their own party at the Maracanã but despite the massive disappointment on the pitch, the real legacy of 2014 could be a change of attitudes
World Cup 2014 review: 64 memories from 64 matches in Brazil
2 weeks ago
From Fred's fall in the opening match to Mario Götze's winner in the final, we have enjoyed 64 matches, 171 goals and one long month of football. Here are some things you might have missed, some you might not remember and some you will never forget
How Rihanna became the surprise pundit of World Cup 2014
2 weeks ago
It wasn't all about Alan Hansen, Phil Neville and Adrian Chiles in Brazil – Rihanna live tweeted the whole of the tournament to great effect
So long and thanks for the memories, Brazil. We’ll never forget you
2 weeks ago
Barney Ronay: We came expecting protests and chaos. But the lasting legacy of 2014 will be the recasting of international football at the pinnacle of the sport and a new Wunderteam from Germany
Brazil proves perfect host to inspire soul-stirring World Cup feast
2 weeks ago
Owen Gibson: World Cup brought home football’s ability to unite and Brazil delivered on its promises, but only time will tell if $13.5bn of public funds was money well spent
Holland heap misery on Brazil with World Cup third-place play-off win
2 weeks ago
A third-minute penalty from Robin van Persie set Holland on their way to a 3-0 victory over Brazil in the World Cup third-place play-off in Brasília
Brazil v Holland: World Cup 2014 third-place playoff – as it happened!
2 weeks ago
Minute-by-minute report: Holland scored early and late to inflict a comprehensive defeat on Brazil to finish third
World Cup 2014: 11 things the tournament taught us
2 weeks ago
Brazil 2014’s lessons: Argentina don’t care what you think; Van Gaal likes a gamble; the science of penalties; and diving is good
World Cup 2014: Argentina has Messi and the pope. Can rival Brazil bear to see it lift the World Cup too?
2 weeks ago
Brazilians have at least another 90 minutes of agony before they find out whether their hallowed football ground will see an arch-rival crowned as champion
World Cup 2014: a ground-hopper’s day-by-day diary
2 weeks ago
Brazil in brief, from Dutch fans treated as heroes and one of the most extraordinary half-hours, to Fifa’s bloated Rio bubble
Life after 7-1: what happens to footballers after a defeat like Brazil's?
2 weeks ago
Brazil's World Cup players know the ignominy of their 7-1 defeat will be with them for life. They are not alone, writes Leo Benedictus
Joachim Löw’s Germany adapt to occupy middle ground in Brazil
2 weeks ago
Raphael Honigstein: The Germany manager needed to change tactics from the 2010 World Cup and put greater emphasis on his midfielders
World Cup third-place play-off: an unloved match that can stir the soul
2 weeks ago
Scott Murray: Brazil v Holland for the World Cup consolation prize may appear a flawed spectacle but history shows it can still deliver
World Cup 2014 day-by-day: the road to the Germany v Argentina final
2 weeks ago
From great group stages to penalty shootouts, Luis Suárez’s bite and Brazil’s Mineirazo, the story of the 2014 World Cup
Brazil deeply scarred after Germany defeat, sports minister Aldo Rebelo says
2 weeks ago
Brazil’s sports minister, Aldo Rebelo, said that his country’s 7-1 World Cup loss to Germany would leave a “deep scar” on the nation’s football psyche
Brazil’s players will be ‘scarred for life’ by Germany semi-final loss
2 weeks ago
Brazil’s crestfallen players have admitted they will be scarred for life by the record defeat to Germany
Sympathy after thrashing dilutes aura of Brazil’s yellow and greens
2 weeks ago
‘All of us are feeling really sorry for Brazil’ said José Mourinho after Brazil’s 7-1 defeat by Germany that left local fans struggling with a sense of humiliation
Brazil's World Cup run is over but political ramifications still unclear
3 weeks ago
Host nation wakes up to worst football hangover in six decades, but analysts are split over its impact on Dilma Rousseff's re-election campaign

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The Guardian - 22 hours ago
He had returned for a second spell as Brazil's coach in November 2012, saying his team had “a duty” to win a sixth World Cup on home soil. But, despite reaching the semi-finals, they did not cope with the pressure and capitulated to an astonishing 7-1 ...
The Guardian - 1 week ago
The second choice for manager seems to be Tite – Adenor Leonardo Bacchi – the coach of the Brazilian club side Corinthians. He was an early favourite but slipped after Rinaldi was named. Dunga was in charge of 60 matches as Brazil manager. Brazil won ...
The Guardian (blog) - 2 weeks ago
And the writing was always on the wall: four years ago in South Africa we had a good idea that Brazilian football was struggling; then, the Seleção couldn't devise a plan B to get out of a hole against the Dutch, which already suggested we had fallen ...
The Guardian - 2 weeks ago
“Coach Luiz Felipe Scolari and his fellow coaching staff surrendered their positions to the board of the Brazilian Football Confederation,” the ruling body said in a statement on Monday. “The resignation was accepted by president [José Maria] Marin ...
The Guardian - 3 weeks ago
It was the night Germany removed the crown from football royalty. They did so with their own version of the beautiful game and, by the time they had finished, Brazil had suffered an ignominy that was so extreme and implausible it felt as though a black ...
The Guardian - 2 weeks ago
Around 200,000 people, the largest crowd in football history, expected Brazil to beat Uruguay easily, despite needing only a draw to win their first world title, and Brazil scored first, but finally lost 2-1. It was absurd to vilify Barbosa. He was not ...
Goal.com - Yesterday
New Brazil coach Dunga has warned Neymar that his focus should be on football rather than on marketing. The Barcelona attacker has developed into Brazil's undisputed star player in recent years, but Dunga is not impressed with Neymar's tendency to ...
Channel News Asia - Yesterday
RIO DE JANEIRO: Luiz Felipe Scolari did not have to wait long to find work after his Brazil World Cup disaster as he was announced as Gremio's new coach on Tuesday (July 29). The Porto Alegre club took to its Twitter feed to confirm the appointment ...
The Guardian (blog) - 3 weeks ago
In the proud history of the Brazilian national team, it is difficult to recall a time when they depended so much upon one individual. Usually Brazil boast multiple talented forwards, with Luiz Felipe Scolari's 2002-winning triumvirate of Ronaldo ...
The Guardian - 2 weeks ago
“A football game is just about 90 minutes. If you concede some goals and you try to score as soon as possible, you concede space at the back and you are finished. It was a lesson for us, the Brazil game.” As tens of thousands of Argentinians were ...

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World Cup 2010: Images of the decisive games in Groups G and H
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