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Le Havre's Bradley open to MLS return

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Barcelona are only club to help Chapecoense financially - president

ESPN's Rubens Pozzi reports on the scenes of Chapecoense's first game back since a tragic plane crash that killed many on the team.
Chapecoense arrived in Venezuela for their Copa Libertadores game. Their first international flight since November.

Barcelona are the only club to provide Chapecoense with financial help after the deadly plane crash that killed players and staff members of the Brazilian side in November, club president Plinio David de Nes Filho said.

Nineteen of Chapecoense's players were among the 71 who died in the crash just outside Medellin, Colombia as the team travelled to the first of two matches against Atletico Nacional to determine the champion of the Copa Sudamericana.

Barcelona soon after invited Chape to play...

Brazil court halves tax fine for Barcelona's Neymar after appeal

Alejandro Moreno cites an emotional letdown from Barcelona against Deportivo coming off their stunning win over PSG.
After Barcelona's loss at Deportivo La Coruna, Luis Enrique says his side will need to be perfect as they pursue titles.
Barcelona were handed a shocking 2-1 loss to Deportivo in La Liga, putting a dent in their league title hopes.

Neymar's 188.8 million Brazilian reals (€56.7m and $60.8m) fine for tax fraud was halved on Wednesday when a Brazilian tax appeals court ruled in his favour.

The Barcelona forward had been hit with the punishment last year for failing to report earnings from his contracts with Brazilian club Santos, Barcelona, Nike and other sponsors between 2011 and 2014.

But after appealing the fine -- which included back-taxes and interest -- a judge found in Neymar's favour and decided to reduce it.

Neymar...

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Convicted killer Bruno on Boa Esporte signing: I deserve a second chance

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Bruno was sentenced to 22 years in prison in 2013.

Goalkeeper Bruno Fernandes, convicted of murdering his girlfriend, said he should not be judged on his past after joining Brazilian club Boa Esporte.

Boa Esporte signed the player, known as Bruno, on a two-year contract and unveiled him at a news conference on Tuesday.

The 32-year-old was convicted of having his girlfriend murdered and her body fed to dogs but served less than one-third of a 22-year sentence and was recently released while he appeals the sentence. 

News of Bruno's contract...

Neymar would not get in Brazil's 1970 World Cup-winning side - Gerson

Alejandro Moreno cites an emotional letdown from Barcelona against Deportivo coming off their stunning win over PSG.
After Barcelona's loss at Deportivo La Coruna, Luis Enrique says his side will need to be perfect as they pursue titles.
Barcelona were handed a shocking 2-1 loss to Deportivo in La Liga, putting a dent in their league title hopes.
ESPN's Fernando Palomo reports from Miami to learn the origin of the first-ever Clasico to be played on U.S. soil.
Representatives from Miami, Real Madrid and Barcelona officially announce El Clasico's arrival to Hard Rock Stadium come July.

Neymar would not get in Brazil's 1970 World Cup-winning team or even among the substitutes, according to legendary Selecao midfielder Gerson.

Neymar has developed into one of the world's top players at Barca, and is a key man for the his national team but that would not be enough to earn him a place alongside Brazil's free-flowing front five of Gerson, Jairzinho, Pele, Tostao and Rivelino which led them to the final that year, where they beat Italy 4-1 in front of over 100,000 at the Estadio...

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Gama vs. Brasiliense match abandoned after violence between players, fans

A match in Brazil between Gama and Brasiliense had to be halted after a fight broke out between both sets of players, with the violence spilling over into the stands.

The Campeonato Candango game between the two Brazilian rivals was tied at 1-1 after 89 minutes when a melee involving players and coaching staff arose.

The brawl broke out after Brasiliense striker Nunes and Gama right-back Dudu exchanged shoves near the sideline.

Both teams could then be seen exchanging punches and kicks, before some...