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FLAMENGO BREAKS BOTAFOGO IN THREE CATEGORIES IN THE BASE DIVISIONS

On a sunny day in Rio de Janeiro, the Under-16, Under-14 and Under-13 teams from Flamengo and Botafogo faced each other in electrifying matches

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In the Brasileirinho U16 category, Flamengo emerged victorious with a score of 3-1 over Botafogo. The goals were scored by Ryan Pablo, Levy and Pauaca for Flamengo, while Botafogo managed to score with a goal from their team. In the Sub-14 Metropolitano, Flamengo showed its strength by winning 4-0 against Botafogo. The goals were scored by Guilherme (twice), Davi Fraga and Léo, consolidating the technical superiority of the red and black team.

In the Metropolitano U13 category, Flamengo completely dominated the game, achieving a victory impressive 6-0 over Botafogo. The goals were scored by Gustavo (twice), Deivid (twice), Calleb and Kauã Lucas, showing the depth of talent and skill in Flamengo's young team.


THE BASE COMES A LOT STRONG 

The result of these matches not only reflects the performance of the teams on the field, but also the hard work of the coaches, the dedication of the players and the continued support of the families and fans. These young athletes represent the future of Brazilian football, and Flamengo is demonstrating its ability to develop talent and compete at a high level from the youth categories.

While the rivalry between Flamengo and Botafogo remains strong on the pitch Cariocas, it is important to recognize the sportsmanship and determination demonstrated by both teams, regardless of the results. Football is more than just winning or losing; it's about overcoming challenges, learning from defeats and growing as individuals and as a team.


As these young players continue their journey in the world of football, it is vital that they receive the support and encouragement they need to achieve its full potential. Flamengo, with its tradition of excellence and commitment to talent development, is playing a key role in this process, preparing the next generation of Brazilian football stars to shine on national and international stages.



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FERJ DEFINE FLAMENGO'S GAMES AND DATES IN THE SEMIFINALS OF THE RIO U-15 AND U-17 COPA; CHECK OUT

The Boys from the Nest will seek the competition title in both categories

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This Monday (20), sub's 15 and 17 of Flamengo met their opponents in the semi-finals of the Copa Rio.

The clashes have already been defined, and the U-15 faces Vasco, while the team led by Filipe Luís plays against Botafogo.


Under-15 TEAM

The under-15 Garotos do Ninho qualified in third place, with 23 points, and for this reason they will have to face Vasco, who finished the classification phase in second place, with 24 points. Remembering that Mais Querido beat Cruzmaltino in the classification phase by the score of 3 to 1.

The semi-final games between Flamengo and Vasco will be on 25/05, at 3 pm, with field command from Mais Querido, and the return will be held on 01/06, at 3 pm, with field command from the Cruzmaltina team.

Under-17 TEAM

The under-17s of Rubro-Negro, led by Filipe Luís, qualified for the Copa Rio semifinal in fourth place, with 21 points, and will face Botafogo, who finished first, with 24. Unlike the under-15 campaign, Mais Querido lost to black and white in the group stage, 3-2.


The clashes between Flamengo and Botafogo will be held on 25/05, at 3pm, with field command from Rubro-Negro, and the return will be on 01/06, at 3pm, with command from alvinegro.

POSSIBLE CHANGES IN MATCH DATES

It is worth noting that dates and times may change, whether for the U-15 or U-17. This is because the matches are scheduled for the same day, place and time.


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IT WAS NOT THIS TIME! FLAMENGO U-16 LOSES TO ARSENAL AND IS DEPUTY IN TOURNAMENT IN ENGLAND

Mais Querido went to the final undefeated, but was unable to beat the English team

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Flamengo under-14 took the field last Saturday (18), beat Emboli and became two-time champions of the Abano Trophy tournament. However, Mais Querido's under-16 team finished second to Arsenal this Sunday (19), in the Liam Brady Cup tournament, despite having had a great campaign.

The decision was against Arsenal and the young Englishmen beat Rubro-Negro by a score of 1 to 0. Thus, Mais Querido had to settle for second place, unlike in 2023, where Flamengo had 100% success and beat Liverpool in the final, by 3 to 2.

FLAMENGO CAMPAIGN


Os Garotos do Ninho started the current edition very well in the group stage. Mais Querido beat Lyngby 3-0, but they lost to Vitesse, from the Netherlands, 1-0. The slim scoreline was also repeated in favor of Arsenal in the group stage.

Even so, the youngsters managed to advance and faced Derby Country in the quarter-finals. Mais Querido's victory was 2-0. In the semi-final, it was Vitesse's turn to be defeated 1-0. However, in the final, Rubro-Negro were unable to beat Arsenal.

The Garotos do Ninho campaign of six matches featured three wins and three defeats, scoring six goals and conceding three. Rayan Roberto was the one who scored the most for Mais Querido.



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FUCK UP! FLAMENGO MANAGER EXPLAINS BEHIND THE SCENES ABOUT CLUB POLICY

. This active political presence allows the club and its fans to have a stronger voice in decisions that affect them.

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Cacau Cotta, director of External Relations at Flamengo and pre-candidate for councilor in Rio de Janeiro, raised a crucial point about the relevance of politics in the administration of football clubs, especially in Flamengo. For him, politics is not only omnipresent, but also essential for the functioning and growth of these institutions.

Cotta argues that politics is inserted in all spheres of society, including sport. He explains that Flamengo's interaction with different political groups is fundamental to realizing the club's interests. To reinforce this idea, Flamengo has a specific position in its organizational structure: the executive director of Government Relations. This role is crucial to mediate the relationship between the club and the various bodies of public power.


CACAU COTTA  OPENS THE GAME AND EXPOSES BEHIND THE SCENES 

The director highlights several examples that illustrate how politics can benefit football clubs. He mentions the case of Atlético Mineiro, which re-elected Alexandre Kalil, former president of the club, as mayor of Belo Horizonte in 2020. This fact demonstrates the influence and prestige that a figure from the sporting world can have in politics.

Another example cited is Corinthians, who got the Neo Química Arena and its training center thanks to the work of Andres Sanches, former federal deputy and former president of the club. Sanches' ability to move between football and politics resulted in significant benefits for the São Paulo club.


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