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FUTEBOL BRASILEIRO

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
18 Sport 9 9 17 36
19 Avaí 8 12 15 36
20 Goianiense 9 6 20 33
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Former Inter and Roma star Maicon signs for Brazilian side Avai

Maicon (left) won 76 caps for Brazil.

Brazilian club Avai have announced the signing of former Inter Milan right-back Maicon.

Maicon, 35, returns to his native Brazil after 13 years playing in Europe for Monaco, Inter, Manchester City and Roma.

The defender said on his new club's Twitter account: "Hello, Avai nation! This is Maicon speaking. I'll be with you in our...

 By Chris Wright

Brazilian player smuggles phone inside shinpads to check scores

Heading into the last day of the Brazilian Serie A season with a precarious one-point gap between themselves and the relegation zone, Avai needed to at least match the result of the team directly below them to ensure their safety.

That team was Figueirense, who were facing Fluminense, while Avai themselves had the unenviable task of having to fight it out with newly crowned champions Corinthians in their final fixture.

With the atmosphere tense and the league table poised on a knife edge, Avai substitute...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Brazil clubs create Liga Sul-Minas-Rio, eye Premier League structure

Fans in five of Brazil's southern states will likely have a new league to watch in 2016.

A competition meant to be the precursor to a Brazilian Premier League has been officially formed after a meeting by member clubs in Rio de Janeiro on Thursday.

The statute for the "Liga Sul-Minas-Rio," a regional tournament consisting of clubs from five states in Brazil's south, was signed by its 13 founding members -- Flamengo and Fluminense of Rio, Internacional and Gremio of Rio Grande do Sul, Atletico-MG and Cruzeiro of Minas Gerais, Coritiba and Atletico-PR of Parana, and Joinville, Chapacoense,...