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CBF POSTPONES RIO GRANDE DO SUL MATCHES IN NATIONAL COMPETITIONS

. Faced with uncertainty and the need to adapt, measures like this are necessary to ensure the continuity of sport in a safe and responsible way

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The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) announced the postponement of all games involving teams from Rio Grande do Sul in national competitions. This includes matches both at home and away, scheduled until May 27, 2024.

The statement, released by CBF, highlights the concern for the safety and health of athletes , technical committees and fans given the current scenario. The measure is a response to the specific conditions faced by the state of Rio Grande do Sul, which has been affected by challenges related to the pandemic or other situations that compromise the holding of games safely.


The decision directly impacts the sporting calendar of the teams from Rio Grande do Sul, generating adjustments and replanning on the part of the clubs and the competitions themselves. The postponement of matches aims to ensure that everyone involved can enjoy the sport in a healthy and risk-free way.


FLOODING IN RIO GRANDE DO SUL AGGRAVES AND CBF PARALYZES GAMES 

Among football fans and enthusiasts, the news of the postponement may generate different reactions. While some may regret the pause in matches, others understand the need to prioritize the safety and health of everyone involved. It is a decision that reflects the commitment of CBF in dealing responsibly with the challenges imposed by the current context.


The postponement of matches not only affects the present, but also has an impact on the outcome of competitions. Clubs and fans will have to wait for new dates for the clashes, which could influence strategies and expectations throughout the championship.



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FLAMENGO'S CREAT BECOMES AN ISSUE IN ENGLAND AFTER AN UNUSUAL RESPONSE: "FISH"

The player gave an interview to the BBC and ended up becoming a meme

Fulham on the field / Disclosure
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The Premier League season has ended, and Rodrigo Muniz was one of the surprises of the competition in the final stretch. In an interview, the Brazilian revealed by Flamengo became a meme in England after his unusual response when asked about the three most important things for him.

“God, football and fish”, said Rodrigo Muniz, to being asked about the three most important things to him in life. The response from the center forward revealed by Flamengo generated laughter from the BBC reporter who asked the question. Afterwards, the player revealed that he loves fishing and that's why he commented.


The joke with Rodrigo Muniz's answer, currently at Fulham (ING), became a meme in England. This is because, websites for fans of the English team began to sell shirts with the phrase: “God, football and fish,” said by the former Flamengo center forward.


Rodrigo Muniz was a of Fulham's highlights of the season. This is because the center forward played in 33 matches, scored ten goals and provided one assist for his teammates. Thus, the player helped the London team to recover in the Premier League and escape the relegation zone.

AND FLAMENGO?


Former team of Rodrigo Muniz, Flamengo takes the field this Wednesday (22). The red-black team faces Amazonas at 9:30 pm (Brasília time), at Arena da Amazônia, in Manaus. The clash is valid for the second leg of the third phase of the Copa do Brasil. Flamengo plays for a draw at Arena da Amazônia. This is because the red-black team won the first game at Maracanã 1-0, with a goal from Pedro. Amazonas, if they win by one goal difference, will take the decision to penalties.


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FLAMENGO CREATOR, GABRIEL BATISTA WINS TITLE IN THE PORTUGUESE SECOND DIVISION - CHECK OUT

Garoto do Ninho conceded just 19 goals in 34 matches

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O creation of Ninho, Gabriel Batista, was champion of the Portuguese second division with Santa Clara. The team had already guaranteed access to the first division in advance this Sunday (19) and became champions by beating Leiria 2-0.

The goals in the match were scored by Pedro Ferreira and Bruno Almeida and Gabriel Batista were the team's starters. Santa Clara was in first place with 73 points, just two points ahead of Nacional da Madeira, who reached the last round still with a chance of winning the title.

BEST DEFENSE OF THE COMPETITION

Santa Clara ended its time in the second division with the best defense. In 34 games with Gabriel Batista in goal, only 19 goals were conceded by the Portuguese team. The defensive sector was one of the team's pillars in the campaign.


In addition, in the final stretch, Santa Clara continued an undefeated streak to win the title. In the last five games, there were 4 wins and a draw, where the team also fought with Nacional Madeira, who won all of the last five games.

GABRIEL'S PASS TO FLAMENGO

The creation of Mais Querido was part of the 2019 champion squad. The archer was the 3rd reserve of the team led by Jorge Jesus and won the Libertadores and Brasileirão. The player was competing for position with another ex-Flamengo, Hugo Souza, from Chaves (POR).



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LOOK AT THIS, FLAMENGO! CHECK OUT THE BRAZILIAN CLUBS MOST MENTIONED AS SECOND HEART TEAM

Flamengo, Palmeiras, Corinthians and São Paulo lead the list in the survey The Biggest X-Ray of Fans

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The biggest fan base in Brazil, Flamengo also stands out in another aspect: the Red and Blacks are cited as their second favorite team by a considerable number of people, further increasing Flamengo's strength in the country. In the survey O Maior Raio-X do Torcedor, carried out in partnership by Quaest, CNN and Itatiaia, 24% of those interviewed said they had a second team and Flamengo leads the list with 4%. Palmeiras, Corinthians and São Paulo, with 2%, also presented prominent numbers.

Data collection also showed that young people they are more loyal, that is, it is an audience that has fewer fans with a second team. Only 20% of fans aged 16 to 30 said they support another Brazilian team. In the age range of 31 to 50 years, the number rises to 26%. From the age of 51, the percentage is 30%.





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