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  • Scolari knows Brazil squad, picks four captains for World Cup

    Scolari knows Brazil squad, picks four captains for World Cup

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    Scolari knows Brazil squad, picks four captains for World Cup

    Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari knows his 23-man squad for the World Cup finals and has chosen Thiago Silva, David Luiz, Julio Cesar and Fred to act as captains, he said on Thursday. "I have no doubts," Scolari said at the Sao Judas Tadeu University in Sao Paulo after a conference on psychology and football. You never know what might happen." The coach said he had not yet informed the 23 men who will seek to win Brazil's sixth world title - and their first on home soil - in June and July …

  • Newcastle form is 'not good enough' - Coloccini

    Newcastle form is 'not good enough' - Coloccini

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    Newcastle form is 'not good enough' - Coloccini

    Alan Pardew's side have won only four of their 16 Premier League matches in 2014, losing 11, and the Argentine defender believes that supporters are right to be upset …

  • Scolari reveals some of World Cup squad, lauds Neymar

    Scolari reveals some of World Cup squad, lauds Neymar

    AFP News
    Scolari reveals some of World Cup squad, lauds Neymar

    Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari on Thursday revealed eight of his squad for the World Cup, including four skippers, while adding he has no concerns with the form of striker Neymar. Two weeks before officially unveiling his final squad, Scolari said he was appointing Thiago Silva of Paris Saint Germain, Chelsea's David Luiz, Julio Cesar of MLS side Toronto and Fluminense striker Fred as his four captains. He added he was also picking Chelsea trio Willian, Oscar and Ramires and Tottenham's …

  • Chelsea midfielder Ramires handed four-game ban

    Chelsea midfielder Ramires handed four-game ban

    GOAL.com
    Chelsea midfielder Ramires handed four-game ban

    The Brazilian accepts a charge of violent conduct for striking Sebastian Larsson and will miss the rest of the English season due to it being his second red-card offence …

  • Almagro avenges Houston loss in Barcelona

    Almagro avenges Houston loss in Barcelona

    AFP News
    Almagro avenges Houston loss in Barcelona

    World number 20 Nicolas Almagro overcame fellow Spaniard Fernando Verdasco 6-3, 6-3 to move into the quarter-finals of the Barcelona Open on Thursday, avenging his defeat in the Houston final. Verdasco had beaten Almagro to take the title in Houston 11 days ago, but the sixth seed took his revenge as just one break in the eighth game was enough to take the first set. Both men broke towards the start of the second set, but again Almagro made his move again towards the end of the set as he …