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Chape duo eye return as first friendly looms

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Robinho in Brazil squad for Chapecoense fundraiser vs. Colombia

Chapecoense unveiled 27 new players ahead of the new Campeonato Brasileiro season with crash survivor Helio Neto hoping to return this season.
Chapecoense returned to action against Nova Iguacu in the Copa Sao Paulo U-20 tournament in Brazil, they were beaten 2-0.
Thousands of supporters paid their final respects to the Chapecoense players, coaches and staff.
Chapecoense's Alejandro Martinuccio aims to carry the legacy of his teammates following the club's tragedy.

CHAPECO, Brazil -- Veteran forward Robinho has been called back into Brazil's national team for Wednesday's friendly against Colombia -- a match that will raise funds for the families of the victims of the Chapecoense team air crash.

The former Real Madrid, Manchester City and AC Milan player has not played for Brazil since the 2015 Copa America. The 32-year-old Robinho is now at Atletico Mineiro.

Brazil coach Tite chose a squad made up of locally based players for the fundraiser match. Nineteen...

Chapecoense duo Alan Ruschel and Neto eye return as first friendly looms

Chapecoense unveiled 27 new players ahead of the new Campeonato Brasileiro season with crash survivor Helio Neto hoping to return this season.

Chapecoense winger Alan Ruschel and defender Neto, who were among the six survivors of the plane crash that killed 71 people in November, have expressed hope that they will be able to resume playing.

On Saturday, a rebuilt Chapecoense team will play their first match since the disaster when they host a friendly against fellow Brazilian side Palmeiras.

Ruschel, Neto and goalkeeper Jakson Follmann were the only players to survive among the 22 on board the plane that slammed into the Andes mountains...

Didier Drogba move to Corinthians would be a dream - Paulo Roberto

Didier Drogba is currently without a club after leaving Montreal Impact.

Paulo Roberto has said it would be "amazing" to play alongside Didier Drogba at Corinthians.

Drogba is a free agent after leaving MLS side Montreal Impact in November and has been linked with a move to Corinthians, who are reportedly keen to land the 38-year-old forward.

Brazilian midfielder Roberto, who joined the club on loan from Osasco Audax this week, said at his unveiling: "Those who are in love with football, as we are, we always dream about playing along with great players such as Drogba.

"So...

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Corinthians, Marseille both rule out move for free agent Didier Drogba

Didier Drogba is currently without a club after leaving Montreal Impact.

Corinthians and Marseille have both ruled out a move to sign Chelsea legend Didier Drogba.

Drogba, 38, has been a free agent since leaving Montreal Impact in November and has been linked with moves to both Brazil and France but neither club will be moving for the former Ivory Coast international.

Corinthians director of football Flavio Audato told Estado: "We will not be bringing in Drogba. The front office is not involved in this story, and with all due respect, would not approve this measure and...

 By Tim Vickery

Maracana fate in limbo as post-World Cup politics threaten iconic venue

The FC panel weigh the pros and cons of an expanded World Cup as FIFA prepares to finalise a 48-team format for 2026.
Maracana wide view Rio
One of world football's most famous venues, the Maracana, is being left for dead in Rio.

It is one of the greatest sights on the planet for football fans -- emerging from the underground station and gazing across the ramp at the Maracana stadium, it looks as if some giant UFO has come to land to the north of Rio de Janeiro's city centre.

But if it really is a flying saucer, then the aliens would appear to have given up and gone away, leaving the stadium to the roaming cats. This great icon of the global game, built for the 1950 World Cup and rebuilt expensively for the 2014 edition,...