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DO YOU HAVE TIME? BRAZ COMMENTS ON THE POSSIBILITY OF FLAMENGO STILL HIRING REINFORCEMENTS

The Rubro-Negro leader gave an interview after Mengão’s debut in the Libertadores

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The Flamengo drew 1-1 with Millonarios (COL), this Tuesday (02), in the debut of the Libertadores. After the match, the Rio club's vice president of football, Marcos Braz, spoke about the chances of new players being signed for the remainder of the season in the current transfer window.

"Flamengo always monitors some players, in all positions. We have this difficulty, everyone knows the difficulty that Flamengo will have in calling up the national teams. But I don't think it's possible for Flamengo to go to the market and bring players all the time", began the director.< /p>

"Because if Flamengo brings players, they will probably be called up by the national teams, and we will lose the player in the same way. We will face this in the best possible way. Flamengo, I think that the players who are not called up, who remain in Flamengo's squad, they are high quality players and we trust them", concluded Braz.

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The teams that compete in the Series A and B of Brazilian football They gained another opportunity to strengthen themselves for the remainder of the season. This is because the so-called 'home window' of the Brazilian football market began last Monday (01) and will remain open until April 19th.

Created by the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) , the window works as a gap between the first transfer window, which took place between January 11th and March 7th. And, in addition, the second window, which will still take place between July 10th and September 2nd.



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DID YOU KNOW ABOUT THIS? WITH INVINCIBILITY, FLAMENGO HAS THE 2ND YOUNGEST CAST IN BRASILEIRÃO

The average age of the red and black squad is 22.79, which is the lowest in the national championship, while a rival leads the youngest list

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Flamengo started their journey in Brasileirão 2024 on the right foot, by beating Atlético-GOby 2 to 1, last Sunday (14), remaining as the only team in Serie A of the national championship that still he didn't lose and all this while betting on one of the youngest squads in the country, in the search for the next championship.

The average age of Flamengo players is 22.79, a subtle difference to the first place on the list: Red Bull Bragantino, with athletes aged 22.45. It is worth highlighting that the Bragança team from São Paulo invests in training and selling new athletes, which is why it stands out from other clubs. Bahia, with 23.89, Athletico-PR, with 24.10 and Vasco, with 24.32, complete the top-5 youngest teams in the Brasileirão.


The youngest player in the red-black squad It's Lorran, the base's calf, who is 17 years old. The veteran position belongs to David Luiz, at 36. In addition to being the oldest in the squad, the defender constantly exerts a great influence on the young people and is one of Mengo's leaders. However, the survey takes into account all athletes who played for the professionals, and as the under-20s started the Carioca Championship, the youngest member of the group in 2024 was Léo Nannetti, aged 16.



Analyzing the length of the game calendar and considering the strength of the squad, Flamengo is seen as one of the clubs that will fight for the titles of the main championships: Brasileiro, Libertadores and Copa do Brasil. Therefore, a young squad can be a great ally for Mais Querido.


After debuting with a victory away from home, Flamengo is preparing itself. for the next challenge valid for the Brazilian Championship: the game against São Paulo. Back at Maracanã, Tite's team is looking for a new triumph and, above all, a good performance in front of the Biggest Fan in the World. The match between Flamengo and São Paulo will be played this Wednesday (17) at 9:30 pm (Brasília time).



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TRANSMISSION OF FLAMENGO

The teams face each other this Wednesday, for the Brazilian Championship, with live broadcast throughout Brazil

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On Wednesday night (17), Flamengo and São Paulo enter the field in a valid match for the 2nd round of the Brazilian Championship. The game, which will be broadcast live throughout Brazil on TV Globo, will feature former player Diego Ribas, a red-and-black idol, as one of the commentators.

The duel will be held at Maracanã , starting at 9:30 pm (Brasília time), and marks the reunion of the teams after last year's Copa do Brasil final. For the broadcast, TV Globo selected narrator Luís Roberto, who will be accompanied by Ana Thaís Matos.


Flamengo x São Paulo will be the only game of the round to be broadcast live throughout Brazil on television open. In addition to Globo, fans will have the option of following the match through the Brasileirão's pay-per-view system, Premiere.

FLAMENGO TRIES FOR SECOND VICTORY IN THE BRASILEIRÃO

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The Flamengo, looking for another victory, makes its home debut in this Brazilian Championship. The team led by Tite will try for their second victory in the competition, after beating Atlético-GO 2-1 in the first round, away from home.


For tonight's clash, Rubro-Negro must count on maximum strength on the field. The probable lineup includes Rossi, Varela, Fabrício Bruno, Léo Pereira and Ayrton Lucas; Pulgar, De La Cruz and Arrascaeta; Luiz Araújo, Everton Cebolinha and Pedro.



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FLAMENGO MANAGER OPENS THE GAME AND REVEALS WHAT WAS THE MOST DIFFICULT HIRING FOR THE CLUB

The star was in Europe before joining Mais Querido, which complicated life for the red-black board.

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One of Flamengo's strong names when it comes to negotiations, Marcos Braz, Rubro-Negro's vice-president of football, revealed what was the most difficult signing to make so far. According to the director, the negotiation for Rafinha, who belonged to Bayern Munich (ALE) at the time, was the most difficult. Furthermore, Marcos Braz also recalled that Franck Ribéry, a player for the French national team, wanted to convince the Brazilian right-back to play in Saudi Arabia.

"I thought I could lose the signing of Rafinha, in 2019. He was at Bayern Munich, he still had six months left on his contract, but I believed I could get him out in January. I had to hold on until the next window, and the offers for Rafinha kept coming. The last one was Ribéry. wanting to take him to Saudi Arabia, I said: 'F*d**'", said the VP.