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Campeonato Carioca: Vasco win as Quissamã, Olaria are relegated

The 6th round of the Taça Rio started yesterday, with six games.

Vasco beat Quissamã 3-1, in what was maybe the last time Dedé played a home game for the club, as he is reportedly close to joining Cruzeiro.

Despite the very low attendance, less than 900 paying fans, Dedé did not disappoint as he scored Vasco´s first goal.

Carlos Tenorio, who might also leave the club, extended the lead as Vasco dominated the game.

Marquinho scored a consolation goal for Quissamã, and a penalty awared to Vasco near the end of the game was converted by Thiaguinho.

The result means that newly-promoted Quissamã have been relegated to Rio de Janeiro´s Second Division.

Olaria also got relegated following a 0-0 draw against Volta Redonda, while Resende secured a place in the semifinals with a 2-1 win against Audax Rio.

Other results:

Boavista 1-2 Duque de Caxias

Friburguense 2-2 Madureira

Macaé 1-0 Bangu

Sunday´s games:

Botafogo vs Nova Iguaçu

Flamengo vs Fluminense
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

MENGÃO BI DA AMÈRICA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlVt8zJhXQ
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Chelsea-bound Wallace set to start for Fluminense against Flamengo


Chelsea-bound right-back Wallace is set to start for Fluminense against Flamengo in the famous Fla-Flu derby tomorrow.

Fluminense´s main right-back Bruno played against Grêmio for Libertadores and will be rested at this time.

Wellington Silva is still unvailable as he recovers from an injury. Wallace is thus set to start as he is the only option left.

Wallace played most of the Brazilian League games that took place in the second semester of 2012.

The right-back has had few chances in 2013 due to having missed the start of the season when he was representing Brazil in the South American Under 20 Championship.

Fluminense also signed Wellington Silva, further reducing his chances, while the fact he is set to join Chelsea has not been an encouragement to field him more times.

Bruno will not be the only starter that will miss the game, as Thiago Neves, Deco and Fred are not available either.

Wellington Nem is back, but he is not expected to start tomorrow.

Fluminense´s probably starting line-up: Diego Cavalieri, Wallace, Gum, Digão and Carlinhos; Edinho, Jean and Wagner (or Felipe); Rafael Sobis, Rhayner and Michael (or Wellington Nem).
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

MENGÃO BI DA AMÈRICA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlVt8zJhXQ
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Corinthians director Edu: We don´t need Carlos Tevez

Corinthians director of football Edu Gaspar has claimed the club have "no interest" in signing Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez as they do not need him.

The Club World Cup champions have been linked with a move for the Argentine international, whose contract at the Etihad Stadium runs out at the end of next season.

However, Edu insists the club don´t need the controversial 29-year-old forward, who fell out with coach Roberto Mancini last season and missed most of his side´s Premier League winning campaign.

Edu told Lance!: "At this moment we have no interest in Tevez, we´ll sign players for the positions we need.

"We don´t seek a player because he is or might become important. If we need a player and we see that is someone who we need, we go after him. We will fight to sign him.

"Our idea is to keep the club always on the top. If we are not the best, we have to fight to be among the best.

"Many people said that Corinthians didn´t need to make signings, but we brought in three great players - [Alexandre] Pato, Renato Augusto and Gil."
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

MENGÃO BI DA AMÈRICA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlVt8zJhXQ
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14. april 2013 14:52
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Zero Dark Thirteen – Brazilian football wallows in the mire of corruption

If the 2014 World Cup is to signal the arrival of Brazilian football’s brave new world, a desperately needed fresh start for the game in a country where on-field majesty is usually matched by administrative skulduggery, it can’t come soon enough. The year is not yet four months old but it feels, to misquote autocratic former president Getúlio Vargas, as though Brazilian football is standing in a sea of mud. Worse, it often appears as though chaos has become the norm.

How else to explain the relative lack of kerfuffle over the revelations of Sport president Luciano Bivar, who said that in 2001 he paid cash to an intermediary to ensure midfielder Leomar would be selected for the Seleção squad? While the claim was vehemently denied by then Brazil manager Emerson Leão, in truth the story stirred up not much more than a few squawks of protest. The idea that such dubious practices may have long existed is, it seems, no surprise to fans and journalists.

Or perhaps the scandal was just simply absorbed into the murk that continually surrounds football’s governing body in Brazil, the CBF. The shenanigans of former president Ricardo Teixeira, many revealed through the work of Scottish investigative journalist Andrew Jennings, include the receipt of millions of reais in illegal payments from defunct FIFA linked marketing agency ISL. Teixeira now lives a life of gilded luxury in Miami.

Those hoping for a change of luck with his successor, the cadaverous Jose Maria Marin, have been disappointed. The initial signs weren’t good – soon after his appointment, made via the criminally underused electoral system of “oldest vice-president gets the job”, footage emerged of Jose filching the winner’s medal of a young Corinthians player at the Copa São Paulo juniors competition. As omens go, it has proved prophetic.

Recently a video emerged purporting to show Marin planning to buy off opposition with expensive CBF paid-for dinners, while other footage revealed the CBF chief threatening those who have accused him of further corruption, in which he says “you can take him (vice president, Marco Polo Del Nero) down, but you won’t get me.” Marin has said the footage is fake.

Worse was to come, this time from Marin’s dubious past during Brazil’s military dictatorship. Ivo Herzog, son of the journalist Vladimir Herzog, arrested and killed during the ditadura, has accused Marin of being responsible for his father’s death – in 1975 Marin, then a São Paulo state assemblyman, demanded that action be taken against the opposition TV Cultura station, where Herzog was editor. A year later, Marin would fulsomely praise the work of notorious police chief and dictatorship henchman, Sérgio Fleury, accused of operating a death squad during the regime.

Last week, Herzog and former Seleção great Romário, now a somewhat self-aggrandising congressman, delivered a petition with 54,000 signatures to the CBF, demanding the removal of Marin. “It’s unthinkable that one of these people (those accused of human rights abuses during the dictatorship) should get credit for bringing the world to Brazil. It’s intolerable. The World Cup is ours (the Brazilian people). Not Marin’s.” Marin has called the campaign against him “sordid”. “It’s slander and libel to suggest I was responsible for the torture and death of Vladimir Herzog,” he said, a remarkable statement for the organisation of a major sporting body to have to make. And he has begun legal proceedings against Romário, after O Baixinho said “it makes me sad to see (the CBF) being passed from one crook to another.” Romário’s dreams may be coming true – rumours currently abound that FIFA wants to remove Marin as president of the World Cup Local Organising Committee.

With the roof of Brazilian football apparently so riddled with the termites of venality, it is little wonder that the rest of the house is creaking under the strain. The new World Cup stadiums are starting to open, and look impressive, which perhaps gives a misleading sheen to the state of the footballing nation (even if many are late and running hopelessly over budget). Further down the food chain, things are not so rosy. Rio’s Engenhão ground was recently condemned as structurally unsound and closed by the city council, despite opening a mere six years ago. This means that the city, arguably Brazilian football’s spiritual home, is currently without a top flight football stadium.

Issues with on and off field safety abound too, even at the new grounds. There was no drinking water, or lights in the bathrooms, at the opening game of the Mineirão in Belo Horizonte, and a near riot broke out during ticket sales for the Bahia vs. Vítoria clássico that opened the Arena Fonte Nova in Salvador. Further afield, twelve Corinthians fans are still being held in prison in Bolivia, accused of causing the death of local youngster Kevin Espada with a naval flare, the Palmeiras squad was attacked by their own fans at an airport in Argentina following Libertadores defeat against Tigre, and the wildly undisciplined players of Argentinian side Arsenal de Sarandi were confronted by heavy-handed police on the pitch after losing heavily to Atlético Mineiro.

These are all separate and unrelated incidents, and there is no suggestion that Brazilian clubs or fans are to blame in every case. But this type of confusion seems to pervade the game here (and arguably South America as a whole) at almost every level, from fan violence and ill-disciplined players, to the crepuscular behaviour of those higher up. At least supporters can sometimes blame difficult social conditions and a lack of opportunities in life for their frustrations. But the men at the top, who in general lead lives of power and privilege, should surely be setting a better example. Instead the country’s top clubs present us with the unedifying spectacles of (since departed) Flamengo directors brawling with fans after a game last year, and, shamefully, the board of Corinthians doing everything in its power to duck responsibility over the Kevin Espada tragedy.

In some ways, corruption in football in Brazil simply mirrors wider society, where one graft scandal seems to follow another. The government of Dilma Rouseff, and crusading prosecutor Joaquim Barbosa, have done much to combat political corruption. It is hoped too that one day soon Brazilian football will be able to free itself from the sleaze that riddles the corridors of power at the CBF. Until then, it is the roughest of beasts that slouches towards 2014.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

MENGÃO BI DA AMÈRICA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlVt8zJhXQ
FrækFyr17
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14. april 2013 15:37
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...men vi har helt glemt Florencio Amarilla, landsholdsangriber - det valencianske snit er dækket ind ved et ophold i Elche, - kvalitetsstempel - et hattrick mod Uruguay....og så var han iøvrigt brugt som skuespiller i forskellige westerns...3 af dem sammen med Charles Bronson...

Fantastisk.

Kan se, at vi to vist har talt om ham før (eller også var det ifm. min Franjiverdes-blog), eftersom jeg har været inde at kigge på hans Wiki før.

Et målsnit på 50% som ilicitano er så absolut et kvalitetsstempel. ;-)
- Nok blev det heller ikke her til mange kampe, men Oviedo var heller ikke en tosset klub dengang.

Vildt, at han har været med på det store lærred i westerns - så mangler vi bare noget Ranchera for at køre stilen helt ud?
En gyser er at holde med flagermus og ulve.

Følg med på Twitter (@VCF__Nordic) & podcast (Valencia Weekly). https://soundcloud.com/valenciaweekly
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14. april 2013 16:12
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Vores gode ven, Muriel, er med to flotte kasser ved at bombe Udine tilbage i spillet om Serie A´s europæiske pladser. Parmaskinken er bare ikke det samme uden Memín.

Cali og Colombia har gjort det igen. Selv dette 4.-5.-valg kunne gøre underværker på det danske landshold lige pt.
En gyser er at holde med flagermus og ulve.

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14. april 2013 16:14
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FF17

Tror det var i Elche bloggen....

fandt den her på Youtube...

https://www.youtube.com/…ZOrWuVGsvbs

ifølge bloggen her har åbenbart også været med i "Conan Barbaren"

http://amarillahomenaje.…arilla.html

mon ikke man kan finde et klip med hugo sanchez der giver den som mariachi....
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

MENGÃO BI DA AMÈRICA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlVt8zJhXQ
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14. april 2013 16:20
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fandt den her på Youtube...

https://www.youtube.com/…ZOrWuVGsvbs


Ja, kunne godt forestille mig, at han blev hyldet under filmfestivalen i Almeria (et stenkast fra Elx), som selv har en plastikklub og derfor nok havde og har en del tilhængere af Franjiverdes.
En gyser er at holde med flagermus og ulve.

Følg med på Twitter (@VCF__Nordic) & podcast (Valencia Weekly). https://soundcloud.com/valenciaweekly
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14. april 2013 16:22
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Cali og Colombia har gjort det igen. Selv dette 4.-5.-valg kunne gøre underværker på det danske landshold lige pt.

Ja Falcao, jackson, teogol, quintero, muriel, bacca, zapata, riascos, cordoba, Osorio lavede 3 mod boca igår...

heldigvis er de ikke så stærke nede bagved endnu...spil fordelere Macnelly, james, giovanni moreno, quintero (pescara)....de kan altså blive farlige om et års tid i Brasilien...

Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

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

Dette indlæg er blevet rettet 14. april 2013 16:31 af Deportivo FAS
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14. april 2013 16:25
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Ja, kunne godt forestille mig, at han blev hyldet under filmfestivalen i Almeria (et stenkast fra Elx), som selv har en plastikklub og derfor nok havde og har en del tilhængere af Franjiverdes

i det here taget virkerr valencia området til at være ganske populært blandt latinamerikanerne....
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

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

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