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Alt tyder pÄ at vi fÄr et VM 2030 i Argentina og Uruguay. FIFA Þnsker at fejre 100 Äret for den fÞrste VM-turnering, som foregik i netop Uruguay.

VÊrtsnationen tog titlen efter en finalesejr pÄ 4-2 over Argentina pÄ Estadio Centenario i Montevideo.

Det er prĂŠsidenten for AFA (Det Argentinske Fodboldforbund) Julio Grondona, som har fortalt historien torsdag til Radio 10. Aftalen skulle vĂŠre skrevet under med FIFA.


Fedt, lad os hÄbe FIFA vÊrner om historikken :-)
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > SĂ€o Paulo

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AC Milan send Santos final Robinho request

AC Milan vice president Adriano Galliani has confirmed the club have sent Santos their final request for how much it will cost to take Robinho to Brazil.

The long transfer saga seems to be coming to an end one way or another with Galliani giving Santos one final chance to meet their valuation of the 29-year-old Brazil international, reports Football Italia.

Galliani spoke at a press conference and confessed: “Last night we sent Santos our final economic request for Robinho.

It is believed that this final request is lower than the original €10m price-tag with €8.5m being reported as the new value.

Many have reported that Robinho’s sale is necessary before Milan can swoop for CSKA Moscow’s Honda, but Galliani painted a different picture.

“I see Honda as an excellent trequartista. If Robinho were to leave, then we would bring in a support striker instead.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > SĂ€o Paulo

MENGÃO BI DA AMÈRICA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlVt8zJhXQ
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SĂŁo Paulo play down ´unrealistic´ Kaka reports

SĂŁo Paulo have played down talk of potentially signing Real Madrid midfielder Kaka, labeling it as unrealistic, whilst also quashing reports of interest in Valencia forward Jonas.

The Brazilian duo have been linked with moves away from their respective clubs this summer but SĂŁo Paulo admit it will be difficult to compete with European clubs financially, reports Fox Sports.

Kaka has struggled to hold down a regular spot at Real Madrid over the past couple of years but has previously indicated that he would like to stay at the Santiago Bernabeu, and SĂŁo Paulo know it would take a substantial offer to tempt the 31-year-old away.

Vice-president Joao Paulo de Jesus Lopes told Globo Esporte: "I heard that Real Madrid are selling Kaka to SĂŁo Paulo. No doubt we are a big club, but it would need a lot of ambition to make an offer that makes Real Madrid happy.

"Same thing regarding Jonas, we were interested in the past, but there is nothing going on at the moment."

Asked further about the chances of landing Kaka, he added: "Kaka has expectations at Real Madrid, and other clubs in Europe.

"If he doesn´t stay there, there is interest in the United States too. All these offers can be more tempting than any a Brazilian club could do.

"The idea that Kaka could come to Sao Paulo is unrealistic."
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > SĂ€o Paulo

MENGÃO BI DA AMÈRICA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlVt8zJhXQ
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Eugenio Mena: Roberto Carlos inspired me

Santos´ new signing EugĂȘnio Mena has affirmed that former Seleção star Roberto Carlos has inspired him.

The 24-year old Chilean left-back was officially presented yesterday at Santos´ Rei PelĂ© training ground.

EugĂȘnio Mena told press during the press conference: "Roberto Carlos has inspired me since I was a kid. Santos are a great club in Brazil, in South America and worldwide."

The Chilean is still getting to know his teammates, he said: "I have not had much contact with my teammates yet, but I know LĂ©o is a great player, with a great history at the club, and I am happy to be here with him, it will be a healthy battle."

His debut at the club has not been decided yet as he waits to have his contract registered at the Brazilian FA.

Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > SĂ€o Paulo

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Brazilian stars begin to embrace Premier League

Taking into account the recent additions of Fernandinho and Paulinho, although the latter´s signing is yet to be made official, there are currently 17 Brazilian players plying their trade in the English top flight. When you consider that it was only with the arrival of Mirandinha at Newcastle United in 1987 that a Brazilian first graced English football, the upturn is quite remarkable. Indeed, it would take until the 1995 arrival of striker Isaias at Coventry City for a Brazilian to set foot in the Premier League - three years after its inception.

Iconic Middlesbrough attacking midfielder Juninho Paulista would change the perception of Brazilian players in the late 1990s, becoming the first of his countrymen to leave an indelible mark on the English game. However, while the likes of Edu and Gilberto Silva would continue his good work in the following years, the tales of high-profile failures such as Branco, Emerson, Mario Jardel and Kleberson would continue to give life to the myth that Brazilians were somehow unsuited to life in England - despite succeeding in virtually every footballing nation on the planet.

That situation, though, has changed somewhat over the last few years, with a raft of high calibre players joining in a relatively short period of time. Since the arrivals of highly-rated young midfielders, Denilson, Lucas Leiva and Anderson in the space of 12 months in 2006 and 2007, the tide has begun to change. English clubs were now signing players directly from the Brasileirao, whilst also securing what was considered top-level young talent. The moves represented a major shift in the relationship between English clubs and Brazilian players, with the likes of Robinho, Elano, Rafael, Fabio and even Jo all arriving in England over the next couple of seasons.

It is a trend that has continued, to the point where any given Brazil squad in recent times has been virtually guaranteed the presence of multiple Premier League players. Besides the three who played at the recent Confederations Cup, the likes of Ramires, Rafael and Sandro could all feel unlucky not to have earned a place in the squad for varying reasons. Beyond that, box-to-box midfielder Paulinho will also add to the ranks of Premier League players in Luiz Felipe Scolari´s plans for the 2014 World Cup. So, just what has changed to make the English league a viable destination for some of Brazil´s leading footballers?

Firstly, there is an element of prestige involved. The Champions League continues to grow in importance and, over the past 10 years, the record of English clubs in reaching the latter stages has been highly impressive. The Premier League, also, has been relentlessly marketed the world over, making its brands (or clubs, as they were once known), and players, some of the most recognisable in football.

As a consequence of that success, the Premier League has become the most financially powerful division in European football. While Spain and Italy would once have been automatic destinations for many Brazilian stars, all but a handful of clubs now find themselves unable to compete with the Premier League in terms of either wages or transfer fees. It is also worth remembering that the strength of the Brazilian domestic market has also increased in recent years, meaning that the fees involved have also markedly increased. Brazil, as a footballing power at club level, is beginning to hold its own once more.

The money in England has attracted some of the biggest agents in world football to establish strong roots in the Premier League, and Brazilian agents are no exception. Indeed, Brazilian football writer Paulo Freitas believes that this has now become the major reason behind the continued migration of Brazilians to the English top flight. "A new generation of agents has emerged with strong connections with England," he noted. "Giuliano Bertolucci is the most famous of them all, and he was involved in the negotiations of Ramires, David Luiz, Oscar and Lucas Piazon [all to Chelsea], as well as the arrival of Paulinho at Tottenham." Bertolucci and Portuguese super-agent Jorge Mendes, in particular, have certainly played their part in the increase in Brazilians arriving in England.

Agents, though, are largely interested in progressing their clients´ careers, and thus future earning potential. For England to be considered a viable destination would indicate that either a change of style or attitude has occurred. In truth, it is a bit of both. Success stories such as Gilberto Silva have opened the minds of many to the English market, while the technical standards of the Premier League are certainly on the rise. This recent article by Miguel Delaney highlights the changing face of the Premier League, all of which only serves to make the division more attractive to Brazil´s numerous technically gifted, but physically slight, attacking players. As the league evolves, the likes of Oscar and Philippe Coutinho have come to demonstrate the possibilities for like-minded players to reach the top of the English game.

So, what is the dividing line between success and failure in England? A certain amount, of course, comes down to the approach of the respective side and its suitability for the player. But, much of the battle is also inside the head of the player.

"An important aspect is professionalism. The Brazilians who are succeeding in England are highly professional," Luiz Paulo Chignall, agent of Tottenham midfielder Sandro, notes. "I never worried about Sandro´s adaptation. The biggest concern was to find him a good place to live, where he could be close to everything, and good food, to help him adapt to the culture and language." Sandro, who has become an important figure in the Spurs midfield under both Harry Redknapp and Andre Villas-Boas is a player seen by many in his homeland as ideal for the English game, given his imposing stature and powerful approach. However, as with Gilberto Silva before him, he has helped to show that a side´s defensive midfielder can be a player blessed with impressive technical ability-which has not always been the case in England.

Indeed, it is Gilberto Silva who Chignall cites as the inspiration for Sandro. "He is a person who was the same both on and off the pitch, and this is what the English like," he commented of the former Arsenal man. "Gilberto was a star in England, and that is what we hope Sandro can achieve also." Indeed, while it was Juninho who "opened the doors" to Brazilians in England, it appears it was the prolonged success of Gilberto Silva with a side challenging for titles that really inspired his compatriots regarding moves to the British Isles. Indeed, Liverpool´s Lucas has previously commented that it was Gilberto who "really confirmed that Brazilians could succeed in England."

The tide of Brazilians arriving in England has been led by these strong, powerful defensive midfielders - with Juninho being the one obvious exception. However, their success, as well as the highlighted changes in English football, have now opened the door for wing-backs, attacking-midfielders and even the country´s much-maligned central defenders to try their hand successfully in the Premier League. It is now becoming more accepted that it is not the style of Brazilian footballers that prevents their success in England, but rather their ability to adapt to a change in wider culture -as Chignall suggests.

The one remaining box for English football to tick, then, is the arrival of a true Brazilian superstar. Robinho should have been that man, but saw his form dip substantially after what had been a bright start. While Neymar would appear to be off limits following his move to Barcelona, there is no doubt that the Premier League´s biggest clubs will be keen on capturing his successor. Manchester United´s partnership with the respected Desportivo Brasil academy clearly shows their intent, while Chelsea have also laid down a marker with the capture of Brazil youth internationals Lucas Piazon and Wallace. With the clubs more than aware of the potential commercial windfall that securing a world leading Brazilian star could bring, there is little doubt that their hunt for the best talent in South America will continue to gather pace for some time yet.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > SĂ€o Paulo

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Real querrĂ­a mejor oferta por HiguaĂ­n

BUENOS AIRES -- El delantero argentino del Real Madrid Gonzalo HiguaĂ­n continĂșa cerca de convertirse en jugador del Arsenal, aunque el club de la capital española espera por una mejor oferta del conjunto inglĂ©s.
"La salida de HiguaĂ­n Ășnicamente la contemplarĂ­an si llega una oferta irrechazable. TendrĂ­a que ser superior a los 27 millones de euros de los que se hablaban ayer", publicĂł el viernes el diario madrileño Marca.

Higuaín, que se encuentra en Madrid, tiene un permiso especial para negociar con el club inglés, pero los directivos españoles esperan una oferta mayor a los 27 millones de euros.

De hecho, segĂșn la misma publicaciĂłn, el flamante entrenador del Real Madrid, "Carlo Ancelotti tambiĂ©n tiene que tomar parte de esta decisiĂłn. Y el tĂ©cnico italiano ha hablado de la necesidad de contar con un futbolista de la experiencia del internacional argentino".

La intenciĂłn de HiguaĂ­n de cambiar de aire es clave en la posibilidad del ex River de emigrar al fĂștbol inglĂ©s.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > SĂ€o Paulo

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10 Millioner Euro er da en fin Ă„rslĂžn....

PSG pagarĂ­a 10 millones a Cavani

PARIS -- El ParĂ­s Saint-Germain estarĂ­a dispuesto a pagar casi los 63 millones de euros que el Napoli pide por el delantero uruguayo Edinson Cavani y ofrecerĂ­a al jugador un contrato de cinco años a razĂłn de 10 millones de euros por temporada, segĂșn informĂł hoy el diario deportivo L´Ă‰quipe.

El director deportivo del PSG, el brasileño Leonardo, estuvo ayer en Italia negociando con el presidente del Napoli, Aurelio De Laurentii, el traspaso del måximo goleador del campeonato italiano la pasada temporada (29 goles) y ambos clubes han acercado posiciones, precisó el diario.

El jugador prefería jugar en el Real Madrid o en un equipo de la Premier League pero ni el club blanco ni el Chelsea inglés, que también ha mostrado interés por el delantero, han trasladado una oferta firme al Napoli por el jugador, de 26 años y con contrato en Italia hasta junio de 2017.

"AsĂ­, la posibilidad mĂĄs elevada de ver al jugador la prĂłxima temporada es en la liga francesa", señalĂł L´Ă‰quipe.

Cavani coincidiría en el vestuario parisino con su excompañero en Napoli, argentino Ezequiel Lavezzi.

Ademås, el PSG intenta hacerse con los servicios del lateral del Lille Lucas Digne, de 19 años, por el que también puja el Mónaco.

Si el club parisino no logra convencer al jugador, estudiarĂ­a la pista del lateral portuguĂ©s del Real Madrid Fabio Coentrao, segĂșn L´Ă‰quipe.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > SĂ€o Paulo

MENGÃO BI DA AMÈRICA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlVt8zJhXQ
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Jamen er det ikke...jo det er da...

IN AWE OF FERNANDO MORENA

A native of the Punta Gorda borough of Montevideo, Fernando Morena made his first impact on football at Racing Club before moving on to River Plate de Montevideo in 1969, and finally to C.A. Peñarol in 1973, aged 21.

With 230 goals in 244 games, Morena remains the all-time highest scorer in the Uruguayan A League. His ruthlessness in front of goal, technique, positioning, awareness and heading ability made him the ultimate forward despite a relatively diminutive frame (5ft 9in). Uplifting Uruguayan football and destroying Peñarol´s rivals, Morena was the league´s top scorer six consecutive times between 1973 and 1978. In 1978 he broke two scoring records too; that of the highest number of goals scored in one season (36 in 22 games) as well as in a single game (seven against Huracan in July 1978). Critics would argue Morena did it all in a poor league, but that would discount his incredible record in the Copa Libertadores where he collected the highest scorer accolade three times, standing second in the competition´s all-time rankings to this day with 37 goals in 77 games.

The echo of Morena’s talent soon reverberated across the Atlantic and he arrived at Rayo Vallecano for a record-breaking $650,000 in 1979. Coached by his countryman Hector Nuñez, Rayo narrowly avoided relegation that season thanks to a scintillating spell from Morena who ended the season just three goals short of the Pichichi trophy which eventually landed in Gijon striker Quini´s hands.

Buoyed by a successful debut season in Europe, Morena moved on to Valencia. Partnering Mario Kempes, Morena racked up 16 goals in 31 games including a Super Cup decider in the second leg against Nottingham Forest in December 1980. He finished the 80/81 season as the club´s top scorer.

The continued rise of Morena was a sharp contrast to the slumber in which his former side Peñarol descended since his departure. The champions of 1978 lost the league to arch-rivals Nacional in 1980, with the additional pain of seeing their rivals triumph on a continental basis. Nacional clinched a historic Libertadores – Intercontinental Cup double the same year, their victims in the latter being none other than Nottingham Forest, just three months after Morena had taken the European Super Cup from Brian Clough´s side.

As Peñarol´s 90th anniversary approached, the club’s board decided to call Valencia to see whether they could get their iconic striker back. Morena made it clear he was keen to return, opting to slash his wages by 85% to suit his former club. The Spanish side, reluctant to lose their new talisman, set an outrageous $1.5m price tag; well aware that Peñarol´s annual turnover was around $1.2m.

It is at this point that one of the greatest stories in Uruguayan football unfurls as Peñarol fans began collecting the money needed to get their idol back. Within a few months, $500,000 had been raised, half the amount Valencia required in order to sell Morena, having revised their estimation of the player downwards to £1m in light of his eagerness to return home.

With the necessary funding raised, Peñarol secure an agreement to pay Valencia half a million up front - the money collected by fans - while the other half will be paid over the next two seasons. The impossible dream comes true. Fernando Morena is back at the club that made him.

The impact is immediate; Peñarol win the league in Morena´s comeback season in 1981-1982, adding the Copa Libertadores and the Intercontinental Cup to their tally after beating Tony Barton´s Aston Villa in December 1982. Back to his old ways, the player collects the top scorer accolade in both the Uruguay A League and Copa Libertadores, netting the winner in the 89th minute of the return leg of the competition´s final against Chile´s Cobreloa.

In 1983, Morena leads Peñarol to another league title as his side comes second best in the Copa Libertadores - won for the first time by Gremio, despite Morena scoring in both legs of the final.

In September 1983, Morena joins the Uruguay national football team for the Copa America. High expectations surround a side that also includes Enzo Francescoli and Carlos Aguilera. Uruguay´s opening game in the group stage comes against Chile, a 2-1 victory with Morena scoring a penalty. Three days later, another win, this time against Venezuela with Morena scoring another penalty in the 51st minute. But the goal is bittersweet. It is Moreno’s last international strike as he is stretchered off minutes later following a horrific tackle by RenĂ© Torres which breaks the striker’s leg.

Although Uruguay go on to win the competition, every football fan in the country, even those beyond the Peñarol faithful, is saddened by the sight of their best player missing out on a medal due to injury.

Morena never fully recovered from the tackle and after two other South American spells, one at Flamengo and another at Boca Juniors, he, fittingly, retires as a Peñarol player in 1985 aged 33.

Travelling to Uruguay twenty-one years later in 2006, RenĂ© Torres is stopped by a customs officer in Uruguay. Recognising the name on his passport, the officer looks the former Venezuelan defender straight in the eye and asks only one question; “Why?”

With a career ratio of 0.85 goals per game, the fourth best in football history as recorded by IFFHS, Fernando Morena remains one of the best strikers to grace South American football and perhaps, since Pele never even made the trip to Europe, the finest South American striker to grace European football.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > SĂ€o Paulo

MENGÃO BI DA AMÈRICA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlVt8zJhXQ
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Garnero volverĂĄ a dirigir a San MartĂ­n

BUENOS AIRES -- Daniel Garnero asumirĂĄ su segundo ciclo en San MartĂ­n de San Juan.

El ex mediocampista de Independiente tendrå su segunda etapa como entrenador del verdinegro, luego de acordar con los dirigentes hacerse cargo del equipo en la campaña que tendrå en el torneo de la Primera B Nacional.

El técnico, que ya estuvo en la entidad verdinegra en la temporadas 2011 (en la B Nacional)-2012 (en Primera División), arribarå a la capital sanjuanina el próximo lunes y ese día dirigirå la primera pråctica.

Garnero, de 44 años, dirigió la pasada temporada a Banfield, también en la B Nacional.

El ex mediocampista de Independiente quedĂł en primer lugar de las preferencias de la CD verdinegra, luego de que Luis Tonelotto declinara la invitaciĂłn de tomar el plantel.

San Martín, que descendió desde Primera División en junio pasado, afrontarå el próximo torneo con un plantel diezmado, pues ya se alejaron, entre otros, el defensor Lucas Landa (a Colón de Santa Fe), el mediocampista Jorge Luna (a Estudiantes de La Plata) y el delantero Claudio Riaño (podría pasar a Boca).
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > SĂ€o Paulo

MENGÃO BI DA AMÈRICA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlVt8zJhXQ
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Orozco goals possibly key to Mexico’s Gold Cup success

MEXICO CITY -- It will be a while before Javier Orozco scores another goal in the CONCACAF Champions League. The Mexican striker transferred from Cruz Azul to Santos Laguna last month. The Guerreros are not in the upcoming Champions League for the first time in three years, but Orozco will have another avenue on which to demonstrate his international scoring exploits.

The Champions League all-time leading scorer with 24 goals will now have a shot at scoring for Mexico in this month’s CONCACAF Gold Cup. Head coach Jose Manuel de la Torre included the 25-year-old striker in his 23-man roster.

Orozco has previously been part of the national team, winning three caps in 2010, when interim coach Efrain Flores took over for the fired Sven Goran Eriksson. This time, under de la Torre, he will have an opportunity to claim a spot in Mexico’s Gold Cup starting 11.

The internal competition, however, promises to be intense.

De la Torre has some talented strikers at his disposal. Gold medalist Marco Fabian (Guadalajara), Raul Jimenez (Club America), Rafael Marquez Lugo (Morelia) and Isaac Brizuela (Atlas) all possess the ability to put the ball in the back of the net.

For obvious reasons, de la Torre won’t reveal his list of starters anytime before Mexico’s first Gold Cup match against Panama on July 7 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif.

El Tri comes into the tournament having won a record six Gold Cups (1993, ’96, ’98, 2003, 2009, and 2011) -- including the last two -- defeating the United States in both finals.

Mexico is considered a tournament favorite, but will face stiff competition this time around, especially as it attempts to utilize fully a talented, but youthful, roster.

It is possible that Orozco’s capacity to tally goals will be pivotal in any level of success that the Mexicans will experience in the 12th Gold Cup. After all, he has made scoring an impressive habit in the Champions League
he hopes to do the same on an even larger CONCACAF stage.

Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > SĂ€o Paulo

MENGÃO BI DA AMÈRICA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlVt8zJhXQ

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