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SO, DO YOU KNOW HOW FLAMENGO HAS BEEN IN DEBUTS IN THE BRAZILIAN CUP? CHECK IT HERE....

The red-black team doesn't usually have difficulties in their initial games in the national tournament

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The Copa do Brasil began in 1989, and Flamengo won it for the first time in 1990. That is, in the third edition of the national tournament. In general, Mais Querido's debuts are good and the club maintains a good percentage. In the last 20 years, from 2004 to now, the numbers have dropped slightly to 64%. But the complete history shows that the success in debuts in the competition is 69%.

Flamengo can improve these numbers on Wednesday night (1st), at 9:30 pm (Brasília time), receiving the Amazonas in the third phase of the Copa do Brasil. But he will have to do better than last year. Despite advancing after beating Maringá at Maracanã 8-2, the away leg saw the opposing club win 2-0.


In addition, there were 51 goals in 27 games. In other words, almost double the number of matches. There were 23 goals conceded, a lower number than the number of matches, which is positive and leaves the balance acceptable. The 69% success rate includes Flamengo's 16 wins, two defeats and nine draws.


Apart from Maringá, only Coritiba and Confiança surpassed Mais Querido in the team's debut in the tournament. In recent years, Mengão won from 2018 until 2022, before losing to Maringá.

All Flamengo's debut games in the Copa do Brasil

2023: 0x2 vs Maringá

2022: 2x1 vs Altos-PI

2021: 1x0 vs Coritiba

2020: 1x0 vs Athletico -PR

2019: 1×0 vs Corinthians

2018: 1×0 vs Ponte Preta

2017: 0x0 vs Atlético-GO

< p>2016: 0x1 vs Confiança

2015: 2x1 vs Brasil de Pelotas

2014: 0x3 vs Coritiba

2013: 1x0 vs Remo< /p>

2011: 3×0 vs Murici

2009: 5×0 vs Ivinhema

2006: 1×1 vs ASA-AL

2005: 1×1 vs River-PI

2004: 4×4 vs CRB

2003: 4×1 vs Botafogo-PB

2001: 2× 0 vs River-PI

2000: 0x0 vs River-PI

1999: 3×3 vs Botafogo-PB

1998: 0x0 vs Operário-MS< /p>

1997: 6×2 vs Nacional-AM

1996: 1×0 vs Linhares EC

1995: 1×0 vs Sousa

1993: 2×2 vs América-RN

1990: 5×1 vs Capelense

1989: 2×0 vs Paysandu

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VIDENTE PREDICTS FLAMENGO'S CLASSIFICATION FOR THE Round of 16 OF THE BRAZILIAN CUP

Flamengo ends preparations for the decisive clash against Amazonas

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Tarotologist Mariana Fonseca, from the ‘MF Tarot’ channel, predicted Flamengo’s classification for the round of 16 of the Copa do Brasil. In a video published on YouTube, she stated that Flamengo will enter the field with more energy, strength and intelligence, which will guarantee their place in the next phase of the tournament.

< p>Optimistic forecast

According to Mariana Fonseca, Flamengo is well positioned to advance in the competition. “Flamengo comes with more energy, more strength and more intelligence to win or even draw the match. But it will qualify, despite a very effective attempt from Amazonas”, highlighted the tarot reader.


Flamengo finished its preparation for the duel against Amazonas this Tuesday (21), at Ninho do Urubu. After training, the squad gathered at the CT to have lunch and prepare for the trip to Manaus, where the clash will take place. The red and black delegation should disembark in the Amazon early in the evening, with an eye on qualifying for the round of 16.



Advantage on the scoreboardFlamengo won the first game 1-0, which gives them the advantage of being able to draw to guarantee qualification. However, coach Tite and his players are focused on seeking a victory to avoid any complications and secure their place in a more relaxed manner.

The match between Amazonas and Flamengo will be held this Wednesday (22) , at 9:30 pm (Brasília time), at Arena da Amazônia. The duel is valid for the return of the third phase of the Copa do Brasil and will determine who advances to the round of 16 of the competition.


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HAT? SÃO PAULO SENDS PROPOSAL TO HAVE A JUVENTUS ATHLETE WHO IS FLAMENGO’S DREAM

The family has been pushing for him to return to Brazil and sign with São Paulo

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Journalist Rudy Galetti published on X (formerly Twitter) this Monday (20) that São Paulo had made an offer for left-back Alex Sandro. The 33-year-old player is at the end of his contract with Juventus, from Italy, and has reportedly been approached by Porto, from Portugal and is an old dream of the Flamengo board.
Family pressure

Alex Sandro's family has been pushing for him to return to Brazil and sign with São Paulo. Recently, the player's brother made a post on Instagram that moved São Paulo fans' social networks, with an image of the left-back accompanied by the message:

“Now yes. Welcome to Tricolor.” Journalist Jorge Nicola revealed that his father, brother and other family members are fanatical São Paulo fans and are putting great pressure on Alex Sandro to choose São Paulo.


Flamengo signings

According to Wilson Pimentel, from RTI Esportes, Landim is determined to sign important players for the Super Club World Cup. Flamengo is already analyzing names like Danilo, who is also from Juventus, while Montiel was discarded.


Even with a valued squad and monthly salaries of around R$25 million, Flamengo is facing an unstable season. The fans' criticism of coach Tite increases the pressure for results.







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FLAMENGO IS ONE OF THE ONLY TEAMS STILL UNDEFEATED IN 2024, AS WELL AS IT HAS ONE OF THE BEST PERFORMANCES OF THE YEAR

With Estaduais in the final stretch, the season already has giants in good shape and those who are in crisis

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More than two months after the start of the season and with the State Championships entering the final stretch, some clubs stand out for their good start. Others experience stumbles and difficulty getting into gear. Among those who started well is Flamengo. Even without having the best performance of the year, which is the responsibility of Internacional, Fla is one of the only teams that remains undefeated this year.

Apart from Mengão, only three of the 20 members of the national football elite, that is, those in Series A of the Brazilian Championship, remain undefeated. And none of them are Colorado. Cuiabá and Palmeiras accompany Fla in this feat.


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