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ALERT! IT IS REVEALED THAT FLAMENGO AND OTHER TEAMS ARE OWING MILLIONS TO ATLÉTICO-MG

Galo has a list of more than 10 clubs as creditors; ciphers originate from transactions involving players

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Atlético-MG has almost R$70 million to receive from transfers involving the sale of players until December of last year. In total, 14 clubs owe significant amounts to Alvinegro, as shown in the club's financial statement released last week.

The list of biggest creditors is led by Flamengo, which owes R$ 20.5 million, arising from the purchase of midfielder Allan, closed in the middle of last season. On that occasion, the red-and-black team from Rio acquired the player for R$43 million. The transfer generated a strong controversy between the clubs, with provocations among fans.


Still in this balance of the clubs most indebted to Galo, Fluminense appears as second on the list, with R$ 12.74 million, followed by Pumas, from Mexico (R$ 10.2 million), and arch-rival Vasco, with R$ 6.2 million.


Throughout last season, Atlético-MG arranged transfers through sale of the following players: goalkeeper Rafael; defenders Nathan Silva and Micael; the full-backs Guga and Dodô; midfielders Allan, Jair, Nacho Fernández and Calebe; and strikers Ademir and Eduardo Sasha, among others.

Flamengo: R$20.5 million


Fluminense: R$12.7 million

Pumas ( Mexico): R$ 10.2 million

Vasco: R$ 6.2 million

Metalist (Ukraine): R$ 3.7 million

Ceará : R$ 3.6 million

Fortaleza: R$ 3.1 million

Bahia: R$ 2.9 million

São Paulo: R$ 2 .1 million

Juventus (Italy): R$ 1 million

MLS (United States): R$ 1 million

Santa Clara (Portugal): R $457 thousand

Santos: R$200 thousand

Youth: R$54 thousand

Total: R$68.2 million


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AMAZONAS PLAYER ADMITS MISTAKES AFTER DEFEAT TO FLAMENGO IN THE BRAZILIAN CUP

Matheus Serafim confessed that Flamengo only opened the scoring in Manaus due to a mistake on the part of coach Adilson Batista's team

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Forward Matheus Serafim, who played a great game in Amazonas' 1-0 defeat to Flamengo, spoke to Premiere after the match and was aware of Mengão's favoritism for classification. However, the player confessed that Fla only opened the scoring in Manaus due to a mistake by coach Adilson Batista's team.

“We knew it would be a difficult game. Flamengo was the favorite team to win today. We tried to propose our game, we had some opportunities there, but unfortunately the result didn't come. Due to our failure, Flamengo ended up scoring the goal. But we managed to show the strength of our team”, said Serafim.


With the fall in the Copa do Brasil, Amazonas directs its forces to Series B of the Brazilian Championship. At the moment, the team that includes Serafim, Sassá and company is only in fifteenth place on the leaderboard. In other words, it is close to the relegation zone. Warning signal is on in Onça.


More relieved, Tite's Flamengo is thinking about also sealing its place in the round of 16 of the Copa Conmebol Libertadores. For this to happen, Rubro-Negro needs to beat Millonarios, on the 28th, at Maracanã, in the last round of the group stage of the continental tournament.

In a press conference after Flamengo's classification against Amazonas, the The red-black coach assessed the difficulties encountered by Mengão: “There were two different times. The first had offensive organization but we counterattacked the opponent. In the second half we adjusted more, bringing Varela in and giving Gerson some freedom, then we created more.”




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FLAMENGO CONFIRMS THAT IT WILL SEND AN OFFICIAL COMPLAINT TO CBF ABOUT ARBITRATION OF A GAME AGAINST AMAZONAS

In the match valid for the Copa do Brasil, a moment was quite controversial as referee Ramon Abatti did not award a penalty, incorrectly

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The victory over Amazonas FC and classification in the Copa do Brasil did not alleviate Flamengo's irritation with the refereeing in this Wednesday's game (22). The club issued an official statement shortly after the final minutes and informed that it would send a letter to the CBF for a penalty not awarded against Pedro in the first half.

A corner kick, in the 20th minute, left the ball alive in the opponent's area. Léo Ortiz managed to overcome the defenders and gave Pedro a touch face to face. Shirt 9 tried to clear the play, but goalkeeper Marcão hit the red-black striker in the knee and prevented the sequence. Even though he also blocks the ball, the archer's feet were high and they hit it practically simultaneously. In other words, it would hit regardless of catching the ball or not. But referee Ramon Abatti Abel and VAR did not classify it as a penalty.

“The Clube de Regatas do Flamengo informs that it will formalize a complaint with the CBF for the clear penalty suffered by striker Pedro, not scored by the referee, in the 21st minute of the first half”, said Flamengo's statement.


The move automatically generated revolt among red and black fans on social media, who protested against Ramon Abatti Abel's refereeing. The club's letter responds to requests from the red-and-blacks who even demanded a more incisive stance from athletes on the field after mistakes against Fla.


The letters sent to CBF usually result in the referee's removal for some period at most. . But red-and-black leaders celebrated that the last document sent to the entity at least recognized an error against the team due to an unmarked penalty against Bragantino.

It is not the first time that Flamengo left a game angry with the arbitration by Ramon Abatti Abel for not awarding a penalty. In last season's edition of the Brazilian Championship, the referee failed to whistle a very clear charge on the back of Everton Ribeiro in a game against Palmeiras at Allianz Parque.


In the same game, the referee made a move that could make the Brazilian Championship go end up in court. Despite blowing Rony's offside call before the attacker had scored, which automatically makes VAR action impossible, he waited for analysis from the video referee after the ball hit the net. The athlete's truly irregular position prevented the referee from making the biggest mistake of his career.


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BRAZILIAN GIANT DOESN'T DENY THEIR INTEREST IN FLAMENGO'S STAR: "HE WILL ALWAYS BE ON THE RADAR"

Fla will have a complicated situation to resolve in the coming months with so many interested in the athlete

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Atlético Mineiro is preparing to sell Paulinho and has defined what to do with the more than R$ 100 million expected to be pocketed with the negotiation involving the number 10 shirt. The top brass at Cidade do Galo understand that it is essential to have this flow of cash to bring more reinforcements to the team led by coach Gabriel Milito and respond to the coach's requests.

The person who began to be considered as a possibility to replace the star is Gabigol, from Flamengo. According to the portal Canal Eu Believe, a behind-the-scenes source at Atlético-MG pointed out that the idea of ​​having Gabigol in the squad had not been ruled out.



“A good player will always be on the radar. The point is to know if it fits into the budget”, replied the informant about the left-footed player with a salary of around R$1.5 million per month. Another club that monitors the striker's situation is Cruzeiro, Galo's arch-rivals. Raposa dreams of having the Brazilian top scorer in the Libertadores from July 10th.

Corinthians, Grêmio and Palmeiras are other teams that have been speculated when it comes to the future of Gabriel Barbosa, Internazionale and Benfica, the Nation's idol will leave the door. behind Gávea.





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