Americas

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

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Willian earned the 50-year-old a second win in as many games but the World Cup-winning midfield was not pleased with the playing surface in New Jersey

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Tuesday saw Brazil end the North American leg of the Gillette Brasil Global Tour clash with 1-0 victory over Ecuador at MetLife Stadium in new Jersey

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AC Milan duo Fernando Torres and Philippe Mexes both make the top 10, actually making more money per year than Juventus playmaker Andrea Pirlo

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The Atletico Madrid defender was proud to keep another clean sheet in Tuesday's victory over Ecuador while Marquinhos says he realised a dream with his full international debt

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The Chelsea playmaker struck on the half-hour mark to ensure that Dunga's 100 per cent record in his second spell in charge of his country remained in tact

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

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Michel D'Hooghe believes only team doctors should be able to give the all-clear to players with such head injuries and will take his proposal to the Executive Committee

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Gabriel Cichero's long-range effort squirmed through the goalkeeper's gloves to ensure the South Americans earned a share of the spoils in Yokohama

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The Arsenal star played a new defensive-midfield role for England in a 2-0 win over Switzerland on Monday and plans to study the masters of the position to improve there

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The Selecao made an encouraging start to life under Dunga by beating Colombia last week but the captain says they still have a long way to go

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Brazil took to the training ground on Monday for the first time since arriving in New Jersey, where the PSG and Porto defenders are in line to feature against Ecuador

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Monday was Brazil's first full day in New Jersey and saw them head to New York for a final training session before Tuesday's Gillette Brasil Global Tour clash with Ecuador

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With Brazil set to take on Sixto Vizuete's side at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey on Tuesday, GBGT takes a closer look at La Tricolor

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The 33-year-old was asked to leave the Selecao squad due to an unspecified "internal problem" but his representative does not expect him to quit the game

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The Chilean has been sent back to Turin ahead of his country's friendly with Haiti but the midfielder insists that there is no cause for concern

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The Selecao star has rejected claims that the new coach is running a tighter ship than the players are used to and also called on referees to offer more protection

Monday, September 8, 2014

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The Brazilian centre-half is optimistic about his side's chances of repeating last year's success and thinks they can challenge for silverware in each competition