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FLAMENGO LEAVES VASCO AND ANNOUNCES NEW REINFORCEMENT FOR THE SEASON

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The Clube de Regatas do Flamengo recently announced the hiring of psychologist Carol Muniz to join the technical committee of the under-17 team, which has Filipe Luís as coach. The news gained prominence not only due to the reinforcement in the technical team, but also due to the professional's history, who had already worked at Flamengo's academy and had a spell at rival Vasco da Gama the previous year.

Carol Muniz was in the picture Vasco professional last year, however, after internal changes at the club, she ended up being removed from the team. Now, he returns to Flamengo to carry out his role with young athletes, demonstrating enthusiasm about the opportunity through his social networks.

FLAMENGO INVESTING HEAVY

The hiring of specialized professionals such as psychologists to join the technical committees of sports teams is an increasingly common practice in the world of football. The work of these professionals is not limited only to the technical-tactical aspect of the game, but also aims at the human and emotional development of athletes, helping to manage stress, overcome challenges and build a winning mentality.

In context specific to grassroots football, where players are in the training phase not only as athletes, but also as individuals, the presence of a psychologist as part of the technical team can be even more relevant. It is during this period that young athletes face a series of pressures and challenges, both on and off the field, and having the support of a qualified professional can make all the difference in their personal and professional development.

Carol's arrival Muniz to Flameng This represents not only a reinforcement of the technical team, but also an opportunity for the Rio club's young under-17 players to have access to specialized psychological support. Sports psychology has been gaining more and more space and recognition within the sporting universe, and its contribution to the success of teams and the well-being of athletes is undeniable.


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FLAMENGO REMEETS PALMEIRAS IN THE BRASILEIRÃO U20 THIS WEDNESDAY

Boys from Ninho face opponents from the competition final in 2023, when they were champions

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Flamengo U20 will have another challenge in the Brazilian Championship in the category. The Garotos do Ninho face Palmeiras in the 3rd round of the competition, this Wednesday (17), at 3:15 pm in Gávea, broadcast on SporTV. It will be the reunion of the opponents from the single final of the last edition of the Brasileirão, with Mengão becoming two-time champions.

From the starting lineup of the last match between the teams, only ten athletes were listed for this Wednesday. Another generation, made up mostly of players born in 2005 and 2006, but who already show on the field what it means to be Flamengo. Race, love and passion were part of the journey of these Boys from the Nest, who went to the semi-final of the Copa São Paulo de Futebol Júnior in January and, in March, lifted and brought the unprecedented Copa Libertadores Sub-20, which could be played by cause of the Brazilian title in 2023.

Always reaching the finals and competing for the main achievements are part of the process of forming Flamengo's grassroots football. It's in the Rubro-Negro DNA and the athletes know it. Whether from Under-20A or Under-20B, created in 2019. Two teams in the same category, with their own technical committees that work in an integrated manner to meet the needs of category competitions and professional football. Furthermore, it helps with the transition and adaptation of the boys recently promoted from U17.


It was because they went through 20B, for example, that the competitive level was maintained even with the changes in the current U17 squad. 20, which had athletes moving up to the professional ranks, being traded or exceeding the age category. Technique and skill spoke louder, the backbone formed in the Copinha and subsequently, the Libertadores won. Today, 20B is led by Raphael Bahia, and is competing in the Copa Rio while, at the same time, Mario Jorge leads the U20 in the Brasileirão.

Last Sunday (14), the 1-0 away victory over Fluminense, qualifying for the cup final, proves this. The opponent played with the main team made up of 2004 and 2005 athletes, while Mengão had a younger team, and they were just as competitive, dueling at the same level of physical intensity and creating many goal chances. Mario Jorge knows he can count on them throughout the season, which has a full calendar (after Copinha and Libertadores, the category still has Brasileirão, Copa Rio, Mundial, Carioca and Copa do Brasil in dispute)



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ANOTHER REINFORCEMENT! FLAMENGO AGREE TO HIRING FORMER FLUMINENSE

The star is arriving at Mais Querido with a big name to defend, as he is compared to Lorran

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Flamengo agreed to sign another jewel for the base. This is right-winger Lucca Zayon, known as Rugalzinho. Like other players who shine at Flamengo today, such as Pedro and Gerson, Lucca Zayon is a former Fluminense player. He arrives to reinforce the rubro-negro sub-10.

The information about the signing of the jewel is from YouTube and FlaZoeiro, in partnership with the “FlaBase” profile. Rugalzinho was champion of the Guanabara Under-9 Cup (first semester), Edilson Silva Cup (both field competitions undefeated). , with 5 goals and 8 assists in the tournament.


By the team Laranjeiras, Lucca was champion in the under-9 category of the Guanabara Cup (first semester), Edilson Silva Cup (both field competitions undefeated). In the Guanabara Cup, he scored 5 goals and made 8 assists. For FC Técnico futsal, the young talent was champion of Carioca under-9, being top scorer with 44 goals in 9 games.

Lucca left Fluminense for personal and logistical reasons. After his departure from the Laranjeiras team, Flamengo invited the athlete's family, who accepted because he was better at logistics. The boy waited for Fluminense to be released so he could play for Fla.

The boy started his first steps in football at Técnico FC, a project located in Jacarepaguá-RJ. Like Lucca, Lorran Lucas, who is part of Flamengo's professional squad, also began his career at Técnico FC. At Ninho do Urubu, Lucca Zayon gained the nickname "Rugalzinho" and because Lorran had the nickname Rugal and the two started at the same football academy.



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LOTS OF MONEY ON THE TABLE! EVEN WITH CONTRIBUTION TO THE STADIUM, FLAMENGO WILL HAVE MILLIONAIRE COLLECTION

Expectations exceed previous projections, keeping the club at the top financially. Check the values

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According to recent projections released by the club, the estimated revenue reaches the figure of R$ 220 million, a value that, although slightly higher than the Deliberative Council's own predictions, still represents a significant reduction in relation to the previous contract, set at R$ 290 million.

Although the sporting scenario was not ideal, with Flamengo finishing in 4th place in the championship, the club demonstrates a unique ability to maintain its privileged position in the financial scenario of national football . Expert analysis indicates that a substantial part of this revenue comes from the high audience that the red-black team generates, estimated at an impressive R$100 million.


It is important to highlight that, although performance on the field may having negatively influenced some financial projections, Flamengo's revenue potential is still notable. If the club wins the title, estimates indicate that revenue could reach R$245 million, a value that could be even higher with additional revenue from pay-per-view broadcasts and other sources related to fan engagement. .

HOW WILL FLAMENGO RAISE ALL OF THIS?


This challenging financial scenario reflects a broader trend in Brazilian football, where clubs seek to balance their performances in field with their financial management strategies. For Flamengo, this means maintaining its position as one of the richest and most powerful clubs in the country, even in the face of sporting challenges.

According to Rodrigo Mattos, renowned sports journalist at Uol, Flamengo's projections highlight not only the club's economic strength , but also its capacity for adaptation and resilience in a highly competitive environment. In a context where sporting success does not always translate directly into financial success, Flamengo continues to be an example of efficiency and strategic planning.



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