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8-7-10, 11th in Brazilian Serie A
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205dESPN staff

Palace sign goalkeeper Cavalieri

Cavalieri, who worked with Palace boss Roy Hodgson during his time at Liverpool, joins as a free agent after leaving Brazilian club.

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262dAssociated Press

Player out for eight months after bar fight

Fluminense's Marquinhos Calazans will undergo knee surgery and be sidelined for eight months after being involved in a bar fight with Flamengo fans.

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264dTim Vickery

Wendel exit proof of Brazil's problems

A Brazilian team having to sell off an emerging talent shows that the nation's economy that was once thought to be growing recently was exaggerated.

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310dJonathan Johnson

PSG to sign Fluminense's Wendel - source

Paris Saint-Germain are close to making their signing of Fluminense midfielder Wendel official, a source close to the French club has revealed.

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Jo fires Corinthians to 7th Brazilian title

Former Manchester City striker Jo scored two goals as Corinthians beat Fluminense 3-1 on Wednesday to claim their seventh Brazilian championship.

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411dESPN staff

Watford complete Richarlison signing

Richarlison, 20, had been linked with Premier League champions Chelsea, Europa League runners-up Ajax and Brazilian side Palmeiras.

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418dPeter O'Rourke

Arsenal to buy Silva, sell to Bremen - source

Arsenal could sell Wellington Silva to Werder Bremen after a deal with Bordeaux fell through, sources close to the player have told ESPN FC.

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438dTim Vickery

Brazil's dark underbelly is showing

The violence Saturday in Rio was a disgrace. For those familiar with the history of hooliganism in England, the situation in Brazil is much worse.

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662dSam Marsden

Unsure of Copa rules, Barca sit Marlon

Marlon Santos was left out of Wednesday's Copa del Rey game because the club didn't want to risk making an error like Real Madrid did last season.

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732dESPN staff

Ronaldinho to play friendly for Mexico club

"On the third of December, I will be in Monterrey for a match with Cinco Estrellas. I hope you will be there for the big event," Ronaldinho said.

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790dTim Vickery

Vickery: Wellington a warning to others

The story of Wellington Silva's failure at Arsenal is an object lesson of the dangers of moving too far, too soon.

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797dESPN Staff

Arsenal's Wellington joins Fluminense

Arsenal's Brazilian winger Wellington Silva has returned to Brazil to join Fluminense after failing to play a single game for Arsene Wenger's side.

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Report: Ronaldinho to play for Peru side

Barcelona and Brazil legend Ronaldinho is set to play two exhibition games for Peru league second-tier side Cienciano in June, a report says.

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Agent: Ronaldinho headed to MLS or China

Ronaldinho won't play in Brazil and is likely to join Major League Soccer or the Chinese Super League, his brother and agent, Roberto Assis, has said.

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998dESPN staff

Ronaldinho to play for Ecuador's Barcelona

Ronaldinho's brother and agent, Roberto de Assis, said that the Guayaquil club are near a deal for the club's "Noche Amarilla."

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1006dNick Dorrington

Robert could be shrewd Barca investment

Fluminense attacking midfielder Robert represents a development project with a good amount of potential upside for Barcelona, writes Nick Dorrington.

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Ronaldinho 'studying offers, not retiring'

"He has to be happy on the field and feel good about himself. And while he still has that spark then great," said Ronaldinho's brother and agent.

1090dTim Vickery

Vickery: Ronaldinho's final farewell?

Sao Paulo's Rogerio Ceni is close to the end of his career. Therefore, Sunday's 1-1 draw with Palmeiras was a disaster for him, writes Tim Vickery.

RankingsBrazilian Serie A

Goal Difference-613th
Goals Scored2414th
Assists18Tied-9th
Goals Conceded30Tied-12th