Tuesday, October 13, 2015
The striker lasted just 20 minutes of the Albiceleste's qualifier against Ecuador before suffering the muscle tear, and he sent a message to his colleagues via Twitter
Brazil must bring back "joy" to their football and win back the supporters' backing, according to forward Hulk.
The former AC Milan man is in sterling form at Timao's city rivals, and any side interested in the striker will have to meet their valuation, according to a director
Brazil's Atletico Mineiro were interested in bringing the 17-year-old starlet to Belo Horizonte, but were thwarted when Cerro explained an agreement was in place with the Italians
The Uruguay international, who slammed his Ferrari into two parked cars in Turin on September 29, will be available to face Inter at San Siro on Sunday
The veteran Argentine trainer believes that his new playmaker has much in common with the Real Madrid man, while insisting he would continue to select his side on form
The striking icon says that Dunga's team, who have lost their opening qualifier, are offering the nation's football fans little grounds for optimism
The Uruguayan accepts the Catalans haven't been at their best, but he's astounded they have been targeted by their own fans so soon after winning the treble
The Roma goalkeeper busted some bizarre moves with his international team-mate and Slovakian supporters are interrupted by a train running right through the stadium
The Brazilian, who retired in August, underwent much-needed surgery on his right knee and showed photos of his X-rays on Instagram
The Bayern Munich midfielder played through the pain barrier as his country defeated Brazil in World Cup qualification and his team-mate has hailed the star's dedication
Neymar says there is no question he wants to renew his contract at Barcelona and has called on the fans to stop whistling the team.
The Barcelona full-back believes the ire aimed at the Selecao is born out of general discontent in the country and says the team's first priority is finding stability
The Selecao boss admits he struggled to sleep after his side were beaten by Chile last week and has called on his squad to re-find their sense of fun and passion
The 1986 World Cup winner had been offered the chance to lead an non-governmental organisation aimed at giving opportunities to kids in Latin America
The Selecao legend believes the current squad contains a number of talented players but says they are yet to mould into a team
Monday, October 12, 2015
Ahead of the nation's clash with Chile on Tuesday, supporters performed a bizarre ritual which they hope will put the forward off his game
The three-time World Cup winner placed the Barcelona star over his Brazilian team-mate and great rival at Real Madrid, while ruling himself out of contention for Fifa president
The Selecao captain has made the headlines after a series of nights out in his native Brazil, but is this appropriate behaviour as he completes his international suspension?
Paulo Nobre, who runs the Brazilian side, claims the Italy international was among three iconic footballers they have been offered recently