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Are Argentina's teams at a disadvantage?

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Copa Libertadores meeting shows ex-Brazil starlets Dede and Romulo heading in different directions

Football can be a precarious career. There are no guarantees. Momentum can be derailed by so many events: an unwise move, a change of coach, pure bad luck. But there is nothing worse than the dreaded injury, especially to the knees.

This is a panful subject for a pair of Brazilians who broke through together and whose current teams faced each other this week in the Copa Libertadores.

Centre-back Dede and central midfielder Romulo made their names in the Vasco da Gama team that won the Brazilian...

Copa Libertadores calendar putting Argentina at a disadvantage?

Gremio currently hold the Copa Libertadores title and may find they have an edge over the competition again in 2018.
Gremio currently hold the Copa Libertadores title and may find they have an edge over the competition again in 2018.

There is a real feeling this week that the World Cup has become history. Club football is back in Europe, of course, with the build-up to the big kick-off in the English Premier League and other major competitions.

The same is true in South America. Plenty of domestic leagues are already up and running, but this week things get serious in the Copa Libertadores, the continent's equivalent of the Champions League.

But there is a big difference between the two sides of the Atlantic. The European...

 By Tim Vickery

Copa Libertadores draw has pulses racing, set for a Brazil vs. Argentina club final

Gremio beat Lanus to be crowned continental champions last season.

While most of the global football attention is already concentrating on the World Cup, many in South America are still firmly focused on the club game -- especially after Monday night's draw of the knockout round of the Copa Libertadores, the continent's equivalent of the Champions League.

A list of the clubs left in the fight reads like a "Who's Who" of the history of South American football. Of the last 16, only three have never won the title and this stage of the draw pits the eight group winners...

 By Tim Vickery

Copa Libertadores knockout rounds: Brazilian clubs primed to rule Argentina

Two years ago, the final of South America's Copa Libertadores was between Atletico Nacional of Colombia and Ecuador's Independiente del Valle, two sides from the north of the continent. Since then, the competition has been reorganised. It is now played throughout the year, rather than being squeezed into the first semester. And more slots have been given to teams from the big two, Brazil and Argentina.

The consequences are clear. The group phase of this year's competition has now come to a close,...

Corinthians players donate money to struggling Venezuelan hotel workers

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Players from Brazilian club Corinthians donated money to Venezuelan hotel staffers ahead of their match with Deportivo Lara.

SAO PAULO -- Brazilian club Corinthians donated $3,000 to hotel staffers in Venezuela before their Copa Libertadores match because of the economic crisis in the country.

It was the second instance this week by a club from Brazil.

Corinthians shared a video on their social media channels showing players and directors handing envelopes to hotel staffers in Cabudare, 350 kilometres (220 miles) from the capital of Caracas. Club chairman Andres Sanchez said the donation was "small, but from the heart...