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Neymar: Olympic pen most nervy moment

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Robinho in Brazil squad for Chapecoense fundraiser vs. Colombia

Chapecoense unveiled 27 new players ahead of the new Campeonato Brasileiro season with crash survivor Helio Neto hoping to return this season.
Chapecoense returned to action against Nova Iguacu in the Copa Sao Paulo U-20 tournament in Brazil, they were beaten 2-0.
Thousands of supporters paid their final respects to the Chapecoense players, coaches and staff.
Chapecoense's Alejandro Martinuccio aims to carry the legacy of his teammates following the club's tragedy.

CHAPECO, Brazil -- Veteran forward Robinho has been called back into Brazil's national team for Wednesday's friendly against Colombia -- a match that will raise funds for the families of the victims of the Chapecoense team air crash.

The former Real Madrid, Manchester City and AC Milan player has not played for Brazil since the 2015 Copa America. The 32-year-old Robinho is now at Atletico Mineiro.

Brazil coach Tite chose a squad made up of locally based players for the fundraiser match. Nineteen...

Where does Gabriel Jesus fit in Manchester City attack?

Steve Nicol assesses how Man City might utilise the young Brazilian forward after he officially registered with the club.
In his first interview as a Manchester City player, Gabriel Jesus explains how Pep Guardiola convinced him to join the club.
Tottenham held Man City goalless in their last encounter, as a City own goal and Dele Alli propelled Spurs to the 2-0 win.
Pep Guardiola shares details of his training regimen at Manchester City.
The FC crew criticise Pep Guardiola's inflexibility to adapt his tactics to suit his club as well as the Prem style.
The guys respond to your tweets about defensive-midfield duos, Real Madrid and Shaka coming out of retirement.

Manchester City finally completing the registration of Gabriel Jesus was some much-needed good news for Pep Guardiola, still reeling from Sunday's 4-0 defeat to Everton.

The Brazil international is in contention for a place in City's squad for Saturday's crucial clash with Tottenham Hotspur as they try to get back into the Premier League's top four.

Jesus will add another attacking option at the Etihad and Guardiola must now decide where he can get the most from the £27 million signing from...

Neymar most expensive player in Europe, not Lionel Messi - study

The FC guys debate whether or not Real Madrid dropping points at the weekend has opened the door for Sevilla and Barcelona.

Barcelona star Neymar is the most expensive player in Europe's top five leagues ahead of his teammate Lionel Messi, according to a CIES Football Observatory study.

Neymar, 24, has had a difficult time in front of goal since October, recently ending an 11-game goal drought in last week's Copa del Rey win against Athletic Club, but the report still attributes him a potential value of €246.8 million.

That's substantially more than the €170.5m second-placed Messi is valued at, with Barcelona...

 By Tim Vickery

Maracana fate in limbo as post-World Cup politics threaten iconic venue

The FC panel weigh the pros and cons of an expanded World Cup as FIFA prepares to finalise a 48-team format for 2026.
Maracana wide view Rio
One of world football's most famous venues, the Maracana, is being left for dead in Rio.

It is one of the greatest sights on the planet for football fans -- emerging from the underground station and gazing across the ramp at the Maracana stadium, it looks as if some giant UFO has come to land to the north of Rio de Janeiro's city centre.

But if it really is a flying saucer, then the aliens would appear to have given up and gone away, leaving the stadium to the roaming cats. This great icon of the global game, built for the 1950 World Cup and rebuilt expensively for the 2014 edition,...

Police called in as looting puts Brazil's Maracana stadium future under threat

The legendary Maracana in Rio de Janeiro is one of the most famous football grounds in world football.

Football officials in Rio de Janeiro have called on police to take urgent action to prevent "the destruction of the Maracana," with valuables being looted from the famous old stadium.

Fire extinguishers, hoses, televisions and even a bronze bust of Mario Filho, the journalist after whom the stadium was named, were among the items stolen, the Rio de Janeiro Football Federation said in a statement on Tuesday.

"The worries over the present and the future of the stadium are only increasing," the Federation...