Americas

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

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Competition is high in the Selecao squad for March's Chevrolet Brasil Global Tour clashes with France and Chile - BGT takes a closer look at those trying to force their way in

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The successful Argentine coach has decided to sign a renewal with the reigning Spanish champions for three additional seasons

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The former AC Milan star remains proud to have beaten the duo to the Ballon d'Or award in the past, while also voicing his admiration for Jose Mourinho

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With the Selecao set to face Les Bleus in Paris on Thursday, Brasil Global Tour takes a look back at some famous meetings between the two countries

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The hosts' players' union were at loggerheads with the Danish FA (DBU) over a proposed wage cut but a compromise was reached last weekend

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The Colombia international has failed to impress on loan at Manchester United but could be offered the opportunity to remain in the Premier League

Monday, March 23, 2015

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The Arsenal striker says that after the Barcelona attacker took time to settle at Camp Nou, he has now established himself as a key man for club and country

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The Argentina international was reportedly unhappy at Camp Nou earlier this season but the Frenchman cannot envisage the forward ever departing

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The Brazil captain says he won't be looking to avenge the Selecao's 1998 World Cup final defeat, but is expecting a real test at Stade de France on Thursday

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The full-back was drafted back into the squad by Dunga for the Chevrolet Brasil Global Tour friendlies with Chile and France and is desperate to make an impression

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The Blaugrana, president Josep Maria Bartomeu and predecessor Sandro Rossell stand accused of tax evasion over the forward's arrival from Santos

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With Danilo the last of the Brazil squad to arrive in France, Monday afternoon saw Dunga put his 23 through their paces as they prepare for this week's clash against les Bleus

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The Brazilian has copped some flak for his finishing and taking too much out of the ball in Sunday's Clasico but the Uruguayan says his colleague is destined for greatness

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The Colombian midfielder remains optimistic his side will turn things around, although he has admitted things have not been going their way recently

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The left-back has made it clear that the Champions League holders will keep fighting for the title right until the very end, regardless of Sunday's defeat at Camp Nou