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3 hours ago, Teso dos Bichos said:

Beautiful display of football. I wouldn't be surprise if a team buys him before the end of the transfer window. What team? Who knows but all I know it wont be man utd. 9_9 I'm still a big arthur fan but bruno is a way more complete midfielder. 

I agree, hijito. Bruno is more complete than Arthur. 

It´s hard to believe he´s still in Brazil. We´re lucky to still have him at Athlético, but at the same time I´d be happy for the kid if he got a big move, he deserves it. 

 

2 hours ago, Teso dos Bichos said:

Tiago Volpi, Brazilian GK owned by Queretaro but on loan with Sao Paulo, could be the replacement of Marchesin. 

 

 

Volpi had a tough start at São Paulo, but now he´s settled really well. Very good goalkeeper. Having said that, it wouldn´t surprise if he returned to Mexico as São Paulo doesn´t have enough money to buy him. 

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Bruno Henrique:

"Se antes tivesse um treinador europeu a minha vida na Europa teria sido diferente. O Jorge Jesus é um homem intenso, que cobra de todos, mas também conversa, mostra o caminho certo e isso pode ver-se no futebol que o Flamengo está a praticar. Não só eu, mas todos os outros jogadores, o Flamengo está a jogar um futebol bonito"

@El Profesor This sounds so much like Jesus from his first season with Benfica. He really seemed like a gift from the gods, until his limitations started showing. He certainly is a breath of fresh air to any side when he first joins. Sporting also easily played their best football of the last decade under him.

What do you think of Flamengo's chances of winning the Brasileirão?

Also, do you think he would be good for Brazil's NT? Some rumours that it could be his next job.

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1 hour ago, Machado said:

Bruno Henrique:

"Se antes tivesse um treinador europeu a minha vida na Europa teria sido diferente. O Jorge Jesus é um homem intenso, que cobra de todos, mas também conversa, mostra o caminho certo e isso pode ver-se no futebol que o Flamengo está a praticar. Não só eu, mas todos os outros jogadores, o Flamengo está a jogar um futebol bonito"

@El Profesor This sounds so much like Jesus from his first season with Benfica. He really seemed like a gift from the gods, until his limitations started showing. He certainly is a breath of fresh air to any side when he first joins. Sporting also easily played their best football of the last decade under him.

What do you think of Flamengo's chances of winning the Brasileirão?

Also, do you think he would be good for Brazil's NT? Some rumours that it could be his next job.

JJ is an excellent coach. A breath of fresh air for brazilian football. The level of coaching in Brazil is atrocious but the arrival of JJ and Sampaoli made things more interesting. 

I think Flamengo is the favorite to win the title. I'd also say they have a good shot of winning Libertadores as well. They have a great coach and a very good squad. Santos is the 2nd and they'll face Flamengo at Maracanã Saturday to end the 1st half. Huge match but I still think Palmeiras is the one team that will fight with Flamengo for the title.

Tite has good job security after winning Copa America. He's not on the hot seat. But should that change, JJ definitely would be a strong name, along with Renato Gaúcho.

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21 hours ago, Machado said:

Also, do you think he would be good for Brazil's NT? Some rumours that it could be his next job.

I'm not Brazilian but I've been overly critical of Brazilian managers recently. They are all trash. I think it would be refreshing for them to see a foreign manager, which often is not an option but Tite really is their best domestic option. I think Brazil will be *truly* back once they hire a manager from elsewhere.

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Flamengo win 8 in a row, their all time record in Serie A. Most wins in a row by any side is 11.

Everything is looking very good for Flamengo. Excellent position to win the league now.

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With Palmeiras defeat to Grêmio, Flamengo is officially Brazilian champion. 

Two titles in less than 24 hours. Insane.

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Fernando Pacheco is joining Fluminense :o

For 1M too, even though he has failed to impress in Peru. Unbelievable. Cristal have ripped off Fluminense completely.

I'm praying he does well as he has plenty of talent but is a complete donkey. Could be an asset if he develops more.

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Pacheco is in Brazil now.

Baffling but I'm happy for him anyways and hope he shuts me up.

 

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@El Profesor I'm hearing Fernando Pacheco had a solid debut at Fluminense. Got an assist and 2 goals ruled out when Fluminense were 3-0 down to Flamengo.

Game ended 2-3.

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Globo Esporte and Fluminense fans alike are praising Fernando Pacheco. Claiming he's an undisputed starter and that he lit up the 2nd half.

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On 13/02/2020 at 12:06, Inti Brian said:

@El Profesor I'm hearing Fernando Pacheco had a solid debut at Fluminense. Got an assist and 2 goals ruled out when Fluminense were 3-0 down to Flamengo.

Game ended 2-3.

I didnt watch it. Flamengo matches at Campeonato Carioca are not being broadcasted.

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