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FORMER FLAMENGO, DIEGO RIBAS REMEMBERS HIS PATH AT ATLÉTICO DE MADRID AND COMMENTS: "I WAS SUPER HAPPY"

The idol of Mais Querido is an ambassador for a LaLiga project in Brazil

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Idol and former Flamengo player, Diego Ribas is an ambassador for LALIGA Football Schools Brasil, a project that has been developed in Brazil since 2021. The objective is to help in the development of children and young people in the country through education and sport , the initiative serves an audience ranging from 4 to 17 years of age.

The project is developed in partnership involving LaLiga, the first division of the Spanish Championship. Even though he played for Atlético de Madrid for just two seasons, Diego Ribas had remarkable spells with the Spanish team. Thus, he was chosen to be ambassador in Brazil.

 “Atlético de Madrid is a club that I have a lot of respect for, it was one of the best moments of my professional and personal life. I learned, I developed, I was super I was happy in Spain, I won incredible titles. I was coming from a difficult time and I found my best level as an athlete in Madrid. It was all wonderful, for that I will always be grateful for the club", he said. RIBAS AT ATLÉTICO DE MADRID

The former Flamengo player arrived at the Spanish team in 2011, on loan from Wolfsburg, from Germany. He returned to the German team in 2012, where he played for another year and a half, when he was bought permanently by Atlético de Madrid.


For Atlético de Madrid, Diego won the Europa League in the 2011/12 season . In his second spell, the former player was part of the team that won LaLiga in 2014. In total, there were 62 games, eight goals scored and seven assists.

PASSAGE WITH FLAMENGO< Diego Ribas hung up his boots at Flamengo. The midfielder arrived at Mais Querido in 2016 and stayed until 2022, when he decided to step away from the field. With Rubro-Negro, the idol won two Libertadores, one Copa do Brasil, two Supercups do Brasil, one Recopa Sul-Americana.



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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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FLAMENGO AT THE TOP! RUBRO-NEGRO CREATES LEAD STATISTICS IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE

The Boys from the Ninho were the highlights of the 2023/24 season of the competition

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Creates from Flamengo and currently at Wolverhampton (ING) and Sheffield United (ING), João Gomes and Vinícius Souza ended the 2023/24 season in the Premier League as the biggest standouts in the defensive aspect . This is because, both players were second and third in the ranking of tackles, respectively.


According to information from "DataFut", João Gomes finished the Premier League as the second player with the most tackles in the competition, totaling 128. Next comes Vinícius Souza, with 125.

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1. João Palinha (Fulham-ING) – 152

2. João Gomes (Wolverhampton) – 128

3. Vinícius Souza (Sheffield United) – 125

4. Emerson Palmieri (West Ham-ING) – 106

5. Tyrick Mitchell (Crystal Palace-ING) – 105


Joao Palhinha, Portuguese from Fulham, leads the rankings with 152 tackles. Finally, completing the list, Emerson Palmieri, from West Ham, with 106 balls recovered, while Tyrick Mitchell, from Crystal Palace, had 105.

EUROPEAN CLUBS ON EYE

With the highlighted in the Premier League, the creations of Flamengo João Gomes and Vinícius Souza arouse the interest of major European teams. João Gomes interests Manchester United (ING) and Tottenham (ING). Already Vinição arouses the interest of Milan (ITA).

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FORMER FLAMENGO, FILIPE LUÍS REVEALS VALUE OF HIS FIRST SALARY IN THE WORLD OF FOOTBALL

The former full-back built a great career in Europe and with the Brazilian national team, where he played in the World Cup

Filipe Luís / Disclosure
Filipe Luís / Disclosure

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One of the great Brazilian full-backs of this century was Filipe Luís, who retired at the end of last year, wearing the Flamengo shirt. Filipe built a large part of his career in European football. In Brazil, he played for about a year at Figueirense, between 2003 and 2004, when he transferred to Ajax (HOL). Afterwards, he stood out, mainly, wearing the shirt of Atlético de Madrid (ESP), where he was two-time champion of the Europa League.

He returned to Brazil in 2019, to play for Flamengo, being part of a historic generation that won two Libertadores, two Brazilians, among others. Filipe Luís also played for Chelsea (ING), Real Madrid B (ESP), La Coruña (ESP) and the Brazilian team, competing in the 2018 World Cup.


Retired from football, Filipe Luís was on the podcast “10 & Faixa”, presented by Diego Ribas, who was his Flamengo teammate. During the chat, the former full-back said how he manages the money he earned during his playing career. He said that he is very “down to earth” with his expenses and revealed how much his salary was at Figueirense, his first professional team.

“I always had the idea that when I stopped playing, I would have I earn more than I spend. I've always had this financial conscience. When I reached close to 30, I started planning my retirement”, began Filipe Luís.

“In Figueirense, I was earning a salary of one thousand reais per month. My first salary was R$250, then it went up a little, to a thousand. I thought I was fine, it was a five-year contract, I thought it was a lot at the time, I thought I was rich, with a good financial life”, joked the former full-back.


Afterwards, Filipe Luís reiterates that he has Be very careful with your expenses, especially because things that are beyond our control can happen, like a pandemic, for example. “The world changes a lot, we saw Covid, how many people lost everything. In wars now too... so, I have a lot of responsibility, I lead a life without wasting money and I take great care of what I gained with a lot of effort”, he concluded.



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