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Brazilian power Flamengo on road back to greatness with Jorge Jesus

Jorge Jesus has Flamengo dreaming of titles again.

The Brazilian Championship reached the half way stage at the weekend -- and at the end of the most significant match of the round, a giant crowd in Rio's Maracana stadium were chanting "mister, mister."

This was not a bizarre homage to an obscure 1980s band from the United States. It was a tribute to a coach who has crossed the Atlantic to ignite the best and most promising season Brazil has enjoyed for some time.

During the mid-year pause for the Copa America, Flamengo of Rio appointed Portuguese...

Luiz Felipe Scolari sacked by Palmeiras

Luiz Felipe Scolari confirmed he has been offered the chance to manage the Colombia national team
Luiz Felipe Scolari, 70, has been fired by Brazilian side Palmerias.

Luiz Felipe Scolari, the coach who led Brazil to the 2002 World Cup title, has been fired by Brazilian club Palmeiras.

The Sao Paulo team issued a statement Monday announcing the sacking of Scolari, whose squad was eliminated last week from the Copa Libertadores tournament. No replacement was named.

- Vickery: Boca vs. River headlines Copa Libertadores semis

It was Scolari's third term at Palmeiras, which he led to the Brazilian championship last year. They won the Libertadores in 1999.

But Palmeiras...

Boca vs. River headlines Copa Libertadores semis

River Plate manager Ramon Diaz spoke ahead of his side's 'Superclasico' with Boca Juniors and discussed the history behind the fixture

In the early hours of Thursday a violent storm broke over Buenos Aires -- mere prelude, perhaps, to the matchup in the semifinal of the Copa Libertadores that has been both desired and dreaded.

Historic rivals Boca Juniors and River Plate will meet over two legs in October for the right to play in this year's final. Last year, of course, it all proved too much and, following fan violence outside River's stadium, the decisive second leg was controversially switched to Madrid. The rumblings have yet...

A dress-rehearsal for the Copa Libertadores semis?

In an interview with ESPN, Seattle Sounders star Nicolas Lodeiro discusses how MLS has grown and his desire to return to Boca Juniors before he retires.

On Sunday River Plate meet Boca Juniors in Argentina, while Flamengo face Palmeiras in Brazil.

These are huge league games involving giant clubs who are fighting for the domestic title. And by strange coincidence, they may also serve as rehearsals for the semifinals of the Copa Libertadores, South America's Champions League.

The last four of the competition will be defined over the next three days and, on the evidence of last week's quarterfinal first legs, the most likely scenario in the next round...

Dani Alves' fairytale start at Sao Paulo

Dani Alves recalls what it's like to play for Pep Guardiola and reminisces on his time playing alongside Lionel Messi and Neymar.
PSG's Dani Alves opens up about his singing career aspirations and how racism has impacted football.

It was always going to happen.

After spending more than a decade and a half in Europe, Dani Alves made his return to Brazilian football on Saturday -- and turned it into a triumph, scoring the only goal of the game in Sao Paulo's 1-0 win at home against Ceara.

A few months ago, this might have been seen as a has-been eeking out the end of his career in a crisis club. The injury that ruled Alves out of last year's World Cup appeared to have brought his days at the top level to an end. He had impressed...