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AMID THE CRISIS AT FLAMENGO, TITE IS CLOSE TO BREAKING CLUB RECORD

The former Brazilian national team has been coach of Mais Querido for 215 days. In other words, 58 days close to hitting an important mark

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In a bad phase, coach Tite is fighting to survive the coach crusher that is Flamengo. At the moment, Adenor has 215 days of streak as red-black commander. In other words, 58 days less than Rogério Ceni, the professional who spent the longest time in the position after Jorge Jesus left. If Tite holds out for almost another two months, he will surpass Rogério and break this record.

Against Tite's wishes is the game between Flamengo and Corinthians, at Maracanã, this Saturday (11), at 4pm (clock time). Brasilia). In the event of Mais Querido's stumble, Tite's resignation could begin to be planned at Ninho do Urubu. According to the newspaper O Globo, Tite's termination fine at Flamengo is valued at R$7 million. Therefore, R$ 3 million less than Jorge Sampaoli's fine.


1st Rogério Ceni – 273 days


2nd Tite – 215 days

3rd Dorival Junior – 168 days


4th Jorge Sampaoli – 167 days

5th Paulo Sousa – 150 days

6th Renato Gaúcho – 142 days

7th Domènec Torrent and Vitor Pereira – 98 days

Even though they fired several coaches, Flamengo did not stop being champions during this period. From 2019 to 2024, Rubro-Negro won four Cariocas, two Brazilian Super Cups, one Recopa Sul-Americana, one Copa do Brasil, two Brasileiros and two Libertadores. The only coaches who failed to become champions were: Jorge Sampaoli, Paulo Sousa, Renato Gaúcho, Domènec and Vitor Pereira.


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CREAM FROM FLAMENGO, VINI JR. PAYS TRIBUTE TO TONI KROOS AFTER RETIREMENT ANNOUNCEMENT

"Terrible day for football", wrote the Real Madrid player with the news of the end of his teammate's career

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Vinicius Jr. used his official Instagram account to write a message of thanks to Toni Kroos, who announced this Tuesday (21) that he will retire from football after participating with the German national team in the European Championship.

The Brazilian said that today is a “sad day for Madrid fans, but a terrible day for the ball and for football”. Side by side in the Real Madrid first team since mid-2018, the pair have racked up trophies over the last few years with the Real Madrid shirt.


In total, the pair have won 11 trophies at Real Madrid. In the current season, both won LALIGA and will have a “last act” in the decision of the Uefa Champions League, which will take place on June 1st, at 4pm, Brasília, in Wembley, England, against Borussia Dortmund.