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Gil Braga

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I'm a 35-year old Brazilian journalist who has also played football in Brazil for a long, long time. I had the privilege to play with and against some great names and I'm an avid student of the game. I do not consider myself the "one who's always right" but I'll never be afraid to give my opinion. I have interviewed many players, covered different leagues and aspects of football, written for different websites. It's an honor to be now here writing and discussing football with the Soccerlens Team. So as I usually say, no matter what you call this game Football, Soccer, Fútbol, Futebol, Calcio, Fußball, Футбол, Voetbal, サッカー This is the beautiful game and I'll be talking about it!

Brazil fails to schedule a friendly

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Brazilian boss Mano Menezes called up his second group of players this Friday morning in Rio de Janeiro. More new names such as youngster...

Neymar is bringing the spectacle back for Brazil. It’s show time!

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In 1953 Garrincha was a 19 year-old man who signed for Rio's top club of Botafogo FR. In his first training session Garrincha put...

Mano Menezes is Brazil’s New Manager – “Project 2014” Begins!

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As many of you might already know Mano Menezes is Brazil's new manager. Menezes may not be an internationally known coach such as Luis...

Brazilian League: Bruno goes from champion goalkeeper to probable convict

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Now that the 2010 FIFA World Cup is history (by the way congratulations to Spain for getting a spot among our select club of world...

Uruguay stands alone to represent South America

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After an amazing group stage performance for the South American nations participating in the 2010 FIFA World Cup, Chile Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina failed...

2010 FIFA World Cup: South American Trios Lead Their Teams to the Quarter-finals

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Kaká, Robinho and Luis Fabiano; Godín, Forlán and Suarez; Messi, Tevez and Higuain. I would walk into a dark room and randomly pick any...

South America dominating the 2010 FIFA World Cup

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I've been saying for quite some time that the 2010 FIFA World Cup will end in South America. Football is one of the hardest...

Brazil scores twice and confirms superiority in Group G

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Before we get to talk about  Brazil's debut  against North Korea let's have a quick review on what I saw these past few days...

World Cup 2010 Preview: The South American Edition

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The 2010 FIFA World Cup is right around the corner and for those who like to base their predictions on tradition the title should...