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seneste FIFA ranking fra CONMEBOL

3 1 Colombia 1206 4
4 2 Argentina 1204 -1
9 3 Brazil 1095 13
12 4 Uruguay 1016 7
18 5 Ecuador 932 -8
19 6 Peru 898 11
21 7 Chile 872 4
36 8 Venezuela 704 1
48 9 Paraguay 622 -4
68 10 Bolivia 528 -15
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

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Seneste FIFA -Ranking - CONCACAF

20 1 Mexico 880 -3
22 2 USA 865 6
39 3 Costa Rica 688 9
51 4 Panama 601 -8
55 5 Honduras 582 -3
69 6 Haiti 522 -6
77 7 Jamaica 484 -28
82 8 Cuba 458 9
87 9 Trinidad and Tobago 419 -6
88 10 Canada 413 -5
90 11 Dominican Republic 396 4
93 12 Guatemala 388 -5
94 13 El Salvador 382 -8
109 14 Suriname 311 4
122 15 Antigua and Barbuda 265 -1
123 16 Grenada 264 1
128 17 Guyana 250 -2
130 18 Belize 242 -1
131 19 Puerto Rico 241 -3
132 20 St. Vincent and the Grenadines 238 -2
139 21 St. Kitts and Nevis 218 -2
141 22 St. Lucia 210 -1
147 23 Barbados 175 2
153 24 Aruba 163 -3
157 25 Bermuda 139 4
158 26 Nicaragua 138 4
165 27 Dominica 124 2
177 28 Montserrat 66 -1
178 29 Curaçao 65 0
181 30 Bahamas 53 -5
187 31 US Virgin Islands 46 6
193 32 British Virgin Islands 34 2
194 33 Cayman Islands 33 2
206 34 Anguilla 3 0
207 35 Turks and Caicos Islands 0 0
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

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Atlético Paranaense sign Porto forward Dellatorre

Atlético Paranaense have officially announced the signing of FC Porto ´B´ striker Dellatorre.

The 21-year old striker started his career at Traffic-owned club Desportivo Brasil before being loaned to Internacional, where he could not impress.

He was eventually loaned to FC Porto, being relegated to the club´s ´B´ team in order to prove if he could play for the ´A´ team.

Dellatorre scored 11 goals in 36 goals for FC Porto ´B´ team in Portugal´s second division, but the Portuguese club decided not to sign him permanently.

He is Atlético Paranaense´s first signing for the rest of the Brazilian league, which resume this weekend. The team will face Grêmio in Curitiba on Saturday.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

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São Paulo deny Inter approach for Wellington

São Paulo have denied reports that highly-rated midfielder Wellington has been subject of a bid from Inter Milan.

Reports in the Italian media suggested the Serie A outfit are looking to sign the 22-year-old after Roma took the lead in the race for Cagliari’s Radja Nainggolan.

However, São Paulo vice president Joao Paulo de Jesus Lopes has said that the club will reject any move.

"Inter Milan have not made any official offer and even if they do, we won´t accept," he told Globo Esporte.

"We don´t have any intention of letting Wellington go, he is a very promising player and we all like him a lot at São Paulo."

"He has gained recognition, he is always paid when it´s due and we are calm regarding Wellington."

Wellington could be available for around €5 million and is reportedly in difficult contract renegotiations with the Morumbi outfit.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

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Corinthians´ Paulo Andre laments missed chances

Corinthians defender Paulo Andre lamented missed chances after they defeated São Paulo 2-1 in the Recopa Sudamericana.

The Timão grabbed a vital win at the Morumbi and hold the advantage going into the home leg at the Pacaembu.

But Andre believes they could and should have had more in the win, citing missed chances, and says they will have to repeat their performance again.

"We had more opportunities and should have taken advantage of them. This is a good win. Now we take the tie to our home. The result is important, but we must play the return match the same way we did tonight because nothing is defined.

São Paulo´s Jadson: We did not play well enough

São Paulo´s Jadson says they did not play well enough in their 2-1 Recopa Sudamericana defeat to Corinthians.

The hosts were booed off the pitch after the game at the Morumbi and Jadson believes they had every right to do so.

"We did not expect this result," he said. "We did not play well. We have to work hard to correct errors. Fans have the right to protest and we must fix some things."

Corinthians hold the advantage going into the second leg and it will take a big performance from São Paulo to overturn the deficit.

The second leg takes place at the Pacaembu on July 17.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

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Third Party Ownership – The invisible hand behind some of football’s biggest transfers

The recent transfer of Radamel Falcao from Atletico Madrid to AS Monaco caused quite a stir; many were shocked to see one of the top strikers in world football move to a newly-promoted French side when the likes of Real Madrid and Manchester United held strong interests.

What was not addressed so clearly was how much of an impact the third-party owners, who hold a large stake in the Colombian’s rights, had in the move. Falcao came in for plenty of criticism and was accused of moving solely for the money but it may surprise to many to know he had little to no say in the decision due to the nature of third-party ownerships (TPOs).

Such deals are extremely common in Latin America and are now gathering pace throughout many European leagues. There are various types of TPO agreements, some of which are straightforward and others which are rather more complex. Over the next few posts I will be sharing my insight regarding third-party ownerships and their impact on the global transfer market, so I will quickly explain the most common types first.

Third-Party Ownership – The basics explained

Investing in a promising young player

There are countless talented young footballers looking to make it big in a major league, so many in fact that it has become as important to be well-connected as it is to be well-gifted.

As is often the case in South America and Africa, third-party companies approach a young player and offer him the full works required to start making genuine career progress: registration with a professional club, sponsorship deals, enhanced salary and anything else he may need. All on the premise that the company will have the overriding say in future career moves and, of course, a healthy slice of profits along the way.

As was the case with Falcao, the striker himself did not have much part in the decision to move to Monaco, or his previous clubs for that matter. People tend to ask, “Why did he get himself involved in this type of deal in the first place?” Just think of how many other Falcaos there were in South America who slipped through the net due to not having the necessary contacts to get a decent opportunity in the game. For many, it is the only way of making it as a professional.

Outright purchase of a player at a club

Another scenario is whereby a TPO approaches a club and offers to buy out a player’s contract and transfer rights, then places him in a more established environment to get more exposure and attract a big offer in the future.

Let’s say a TPO goes to a small club in Brazil and pays €75,000 for 100% of that player’s rights. They then go to a contact of theirs at a top Brazilian club which has close ties with European sides in return for 50% of a future sale.

After an impressive season at a better team with higher-level coaches and more sophisticated tactics, the player has started to gain attention from European clubs. A Portuguese club offers to pay either €4million for the 50% share owned by the club or €8million for 100% of the player’s rights. In these cases, agencies tend to prefer to keep their stake than make a quick return as the potential gains from the next sale are often much more.

It must also be noted that transfers of ownership rights can be made throughout the contract. E.g. the Portuguese club, after a certain period of time, can offer to buy out a percentage of the agency’s stake, and vice-versa.

This has happened on countless occasions in recent years, particularly with transfers from South America to Portugal, from where they are then sold on for astronomical sums to Europe’s elite. Super-agent Jorge Mendes and his company Gestifute played a pivotal role in bringing the likes of Falcao, Anderson and Angel Di Maria from across the Atlantic, then arranging massive transfers to other top European clubs.

The fact that the TPOs often keep a sizeable percentage of players’ rights leads to confusion and misinterpretation with transfer fees stated on record.

For example, if a Benfica player moves to Barcelona at an agreed value of €30m with the agreement that the TPOs keep a 50% stake of the player’s rights, Barcelona will pay €15m while the TPOs merely transfer their 50% stake from Benfica to Barcelona. Yet all news outlets will say Benfica sold that player for €30m.

‘Loan’ method

Not too dissimilar to the one above is the ‘loan’ method – namely in South America again, it is common practice for a TPO to completely buy a player outright from the club he belongs to, making him a free transfer. In this case, the player is offered out to a club on the basis that he remains predominantly under the TPO’s control in a deal which is rather like a loan as opposed to a transfer.

The TPO loans him out with the agreement that the transfer rights remain theirs. Subject to negotiation, the third-party owner may offer up to 25% of that back to the club and take the other 75%. This is perhaps the most secure way for a TPO to guarantee that they have full legal rights of the player in their hands.

This was the case in the infamous Tevez/Mascherano saga when the Argentine stars joined West Ham on this kind of loan from Media Sports Investment. This type of transfer is quite common in Brazil and Argentina but the trend is also now spreading to parts of Europe too; Yaya Toure’s agent Dmitry Selyuk took several of his clients to Metalurh Donetsk while he was vice-president of the club until 2007.

He now uses Cyprus, a largely unregulated league, as one of his main hubs where he offers smaller sides various clients of his for absolutely free, wages too, for his players to gain exposure. This ploy has worked well in its first season as Gaetano Monachello (Olympiakos Nicosia) moved to Monaco and Leonardo (Enosis), presumably due to Selyuk’s past connection with the club, switched to Metalurh respectively despite trials at Barcelona B.

How do the governing bodies feel about all this?
FIFA touches on the issue of third-parties in Article 18bis but refers more to third-party influence as opposed to ownerships:

“No club shall enter into a contract which enables any other party to that contract or any third party to acquire the ability to influence in employment and transfer-related matters its independence, its policies or the performance of its teams.”

As a result of FIFA’s vagueness, there are giant gaps in the law which are being exploited.

UEFA however have taken a strong stance against TPOs, calling for FIFA to ban all types of third-party deals completely. Europe’s governing body cited three main reasons for an outright ban of TPOs:

* Ethical/moral questions: is it not fair for an agency or company to own economic rights to another human being.

* The integrity of sporting competition: Conflicts of interest may arise when a company holds the ownership rights over different players in different teams which could lead to match-fixing.

* Risk of instability for football clubs: As teams become more dependent on TPOs the clubs lose out on potential revenues from player sales and begin to lose stability.

Three national leagues and federations in the EU have adopted specific provisions to ban TPOs: England, France and Poland. What remains to be seen is whether restrictions or bans on third party ownership would or would not infringe EU rules on the free movement of capital.

So how worrying is the future of football with such heavy influence from TPOs? Do they actually help smaller clubs attract better players for less money? Or do they indebt themselves to powers with alternative interests? And as UEFA mentioned, will TPOs with clients in various teams hold conflicts of interests which will increase the frequency of fixed matches?

All will be discussed as we explore third-party ownerships further in coming articles.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

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Al-Khelaifi: No Barca move for Silva

Thiago Silva will not join Barcelona, according to Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi.

The Brazil centre-back has been heavily linked with a move to La Liga champions Barca after a series of impressive performances for the Parisien giants during their title-winning campaign last term.

However, Al-Khelaifi insists the French champions have no intention of discussing a transfer as they look to build on their first league title triumph since 1994.

"Thiago Silva is not for sale, he will stay at the club until the end of his contract," he told Sport.

"The problem is not that Barca are not offering us enough money, the problem is we don´t want to negotiate his sale.

"We won´t evaluate it or contemplate it. We won´t even sit down to negotiate.


"Selling is exactly the opposite of what we want to do. Our intention, after winning the domestic league title, is to fight for other more ambitious goals and make more signings."

Silva was an integral part of PSG´s success last season, appearing 27 times in Ligue 1 and scoring twice.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

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No offers for Damiao insist Internacional

Internacional have re-emphasised there have been no bids for Leandro Damiao amid reports of new interest.

The Brazil international has long been tipped with a move away from the club, with Premier League outfit Tottenham having been strongly linked with his signature during past transfer windows.

Reports have now surfaced that fellow English top-flight side Southampton are among those interested in acquiring the forward´s services.

But director of football Luis Cesar de Souto Moura says no offers have been tabled.

"There is no offer for Leandro Damiao," he Radio Guaiba.

"We understand the following as an offer: when an agent or club make an official enquiry and expresses interest in the player.

"An offer for Leandro Damiao will only be considered if it´s around €25 million.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

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Cavani warned against PSG move

Former Juventus and Sampdoria coach Ciro Ferrara has said Edinson Cavani would be making a big mistake if he joined Paris Saint-Germain this summer.

The Ligue 1 champions appear to be the only club willing to meet Napoli’s €63 million asking price for the Uruguay international striker and the clubs are reportedly in talks - but Ferrara has questioned whether a transfer to Paris would be the right career move.

“What would I say to Edinson to make him stay at Napoli? I’d go in with a sliding tackle right at his ankles, just like the old times,” Ferrara told Corriere dello Sport.

“I’m joking, of course, but his situation is complicated. On the one hand, there is the president rightly asking to receive the full amount of his release clause, and on the other hand there is an ambitious lad who has been contacted by clubs who can offer him a prestigious stage to play on.”

Should Cavani leave Serie A this summer, Ferrara has urged him to be careful about the destination he picks - if he is given a choice.

Real Madrid, Chelsea and Manchester City are also reported to be keen on securing his services, but only PSG have come close to the price demanded by Napoli president Aurelio de Laurentiis.

“With all the respect for my friend [Laurent] Blanc [the new PSG coach], PSG don’t have the same attraction as Real Madrid and Chelsea,” Ferrara added. “If I were to choose, I would certainly not go to Paris.”

Blanc recently voiced his admiration for Cavani, and said he would be delighted if he were added to the Parc des Princes squad.

Ferrara said he believed the 26-year-old, Italian football’s leading goalscorer last season, should be sold, adding: “I would sell him even for €56 or €57 million. I don’t think it’s worth keeping a player against his wishes.”

Cavani scored 29 times in Serie A last season, six more than his closest challenger, Antonio di Natale of Udinese. Those goals took his tally in three years at Napoli to 78 in 104 appearances.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

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B. Leverkusen ofertó por Funes Mori

BUENOS AIRES -- El Bayer Leverkusen ofreció 5 millones de euros por Rogelio Funes Mori.

El equipo alemán ofreció 5 millones de euros por el pase del delantero de River Plate Rogelio Funes Mori, quien todavía no renovó su vínculo con el conjunto de Núñez, y por ese motivo el presidente Daniel Passarella busca transferirlo al exterior.

Passarella, quien está en Mónaco para negociar por los derechos de formación del colombiano Radamel Falcao, flamante incorporación del club francés, iba a viajar a Portugal para negociar las ventas de Funes Mori, por quien habría un interés del Benfica, y Ezequiel Cirigliano, quien también podría recalar en el fútbol italiano.

Sin embargo, con la oferta formal del Bayer Leverkusen, el presidente ´millonario´ haría una escala en Alemania para cerrar el acuerdo por el delantero.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

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