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HELP FOR THE FINAL? HALFMAN FROM NOVA IGUAÇU TELLS HOW HE RECEIVES TIPS FROM HIS FATHER, WHO IS A FORMER FLAMENGO

Loaned by Fluminense to Laranjão, midfielder is a highlight of the Série D team, which is in the Carioca final against Mengão

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One of the highlights of the Nova Iguaçu in Carioca, Yago has the DNA of an old acquaintance of Flamengo, opponent of the final. Loaned by Fluminense to the Série D team, the midfielder is the son of Iranildo, who was also a midfielder, state and Mercosul champion for the red-black club. Having also spent time at clubs such as Botafogo, Bahia and Santa Cruz, “Chuchu” – a nickname given by Romário precisely during the Rubro-Negro era – is his son's great advisor.

“My father is a guy I can count on for tips on how to hit the ball, positioning, the best time to pass. His phrase before games is always: 'have a good game and have fun on the field'", said Yago in a recent interview.


The player has one of the mirrors for the career that is being built in Iranildo. Born in 2001, he also has a common name for the generation as his idol. “My inspiration comes from my father. Everything he has achieved and his style of play motivates me a lot. And Messi, who has been my idol since I was young. I watched his videos every day, the moves, the dribbling... That woke me up to football”, he remembers.


The midfielder is at the third club of his career. Before, he was at Náutico and Fluminense, the club that revealed him. He was picked up by Tricolor scouts when he was playing in a match for Barcelona's academy, at the Zico Football Center (CFZ). The young midfielder is at Nova Iguaçu on loan from Fluminense – contract until the end of Série D, in September –, but the future is still unknown. Iranildo, who helps manage his son's career, recently commented on a possible return to Laranjeiras and cited “equal opportunities”.

The Baixada Fluminense club is analyzing a possible dismantling after the good performance at Carioca. Goalkeeper Fabrício is close to Internacional and striker Carlinhos closed with Flamengo. “Sometimes, I see some news or another, but all this off-field issues are my responsibility. I think more about the next game, I've always been like that. Now, after the return game, we will sit down and see the best way forward, to be able to have a good sequence of games and continue playing at the level I am at”, he stated.



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FLAMENGO LAUNCHES OPPORTUNITIES AND WESLEY SEEKS PROTAGONISM AT FLAMENGO

Keeping Wesley in the squad is a well thought out strategy by Flamengo

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The young right-back Wesley, from Flamengo, is in the sights of European clubs who see great potential in the player. According to information from journalist Julio Miguel Neto, several teams from the old continent are interested in a loan from Wesley, with the option to purchase at the end of the contract.

These European clubs are keeping an eye on the young man's talent athlete and believe he could adapt quickly to European football. However, Flamengo has no plans to release Wesley at this time. The absence of Varela, who will be away due to the Copa América dispute, makes Wesley's presence even more crucial for the Rio team.


FLAMENGO HAS A NEW JOB FOR WESLEY


The stance from Flamengo is clear: Wesley will only leave the club if a purchase proposal appears that he cannot refuse. Until that happens, the right-back will continue defending the red and black colors.

The Flamengo coach plans to give Wesley more opportunities in the next games. This means the player will have more time on the field and will be able to show his full potential. The expectation is that he will increasingly establish himself as an important piece in the starting team.




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FLAMENGO BETTS ON YOUTH AGAINST GÊMIO THIS THURSDAY AT MARACANÃ

Since taking charge of Flamengo, Tite has demonstrated a balanced approach between experience and youth

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In this Thursday's match (13) against Grêmio, Flamengo will have a bench full of young talents. The decision, in line with coach Tite's strategy, aims to harness and develop the potential of the club's youth players. Among the new additions are Dyogo Alves, a 20-year-old goalkeeper, and defenders Iago and Carbone, both 19 years old. In addition to them, midfielder Rayan Lucas, also 19 years old, and striker Werton, 20 years old, complete the list of young promises. Everton Araújo, a 21-year-old midfielder, had already been mentioned by Tite and remains on the squad list.

This renewal in the squad reflects a growing trend in Brazilian football: the focus on emerging talents who could become protagonists in the future. Flamengo, known for its strong base, has reaped rewards by integrating these young athletes into the main team. The game against Grêmio will be an important opportunity for these players to show their value and gain experience on the field.

FLAMENGO GIVES YOUNG PEOPLE OPPORTUNITIES


Historically, Flamengohas always had a strong base, with players who often stand out on the national and international scene. The inclusion of young people like Dyogo Alves, Iago, Carbone, Rayan Lucas and Werton in the list of players listed for the match is a clear indication of the confidence that the club places in its base.


Dyogo Alves, for example, is a promising 20-year-old goalkeeper who has been closely watched by the coaching staff. Iago and Carbone, both 19-year-old defenders, have demonstrated consistency and potential at youth level. Rayan Lucas, a 19-year-old midfielder, and Werton, a 20-year-old striker, also stand out for their skill and ability to contribute offensively.


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EX-FLAMENGO STANDS OUT AS TEAM COACH IN THE 2nd DIVISION OF CARIOCA

The former player has made a good start to the season with the Rio team

Photo: Reproduction/Léo Alves / Maricá
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The fourth round of the second division Carioca Championship is about to begin and, with that, some teams have already started to stand out. Still without losing in the State Championship, Maricá is second in the tournament. The one who leads the team is the former Flamengo, Reinaldo.

So far, the team led by the former Flamengo entered the field on three occasions , adding two wins and a draw. The triumphs were against Olaria and Petrópolis. The draw came against Americano. Thus, Maricá is second in Carioca A2, with seven points, behind only América-RJ, which has nine.

REINALDO'S PASS AT FLAMENGO

The former striker He started as a professional at Mais Querido in 1999, when he had the responsibility of replacing Romário in the attack of Rubro-Negro. Despite the pressure, the former player managed to get the job done and be one of the protagonists of some titles won by Flamengo.


Before leaving the club, Reinaldo was three-time Rio champion (1999, 2000, 2001) in over Vasco and participated in winning the Champions Cup in 2001. Furthermore, he was also the scorer of one of the goals against Palmeiras, in the Mercosul Cup.

REINALDO AS TECHNICIAN

Reinaldo decided to retire in 2019. Thus, the former player began his career as a coach the following year at the helm of Inter de Lages, where he remained until the second half of 2023. Before taking over at Maricá, he accepted to be assistant at Amazonas-AM.



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