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FLAMENGO TAKES A STEP TOWARDS TRANSPARENCY AND PROFESSIONALIZATION, SAYS DUNSHEE GENERAL VP OF THE CLUB

With the installation of Compliance, Flamengo is demonstrating its commitment to evolving and adapting to the demands of the modern world

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Flamengo, one of the most popular football clubs in Brazil, is taking a significant step towards transparency and professionalization of its management. Rodrigo Dunshee, General and Legal Vice-President of the club, announced the installation of Compliance as part of a continuous effort to promote legality and ethics in internal and management processes.

Dunshee highlighted that, as well as the club invested in the SAP automation system and brought in the renowned Big Four auditing company (EY) to review its operations, the implementation of Compliance is yet another measure to align Flamengo to modern standards of corporate governance.


"The world has changed, and Flamengo has changed with it", declared Dunshee. "There is no point in saying you are in favor of transparency without having an effective process that promotes control and integrity. We are committed to an integrity program that encourages ethics and honesty in all aspects of our operations."

FLAMENGO TAKES AN IMPORTANT STEP IN THE CLUB


Compliance, which has been increasingly adopted by companies and organizations around the world, consists of in a set of policies, procedures and internal controls designed to ensure that a company operates in compliance with applicable laws, regulations and ethical standards. For the Flamengo, this means implementing measures that reduce the risks of corruption, fraud and other inappropriate practices.

The club's initiative in adopting the Compliance reflects a growing awareness of the importance of good governance in the Brazilian sporting environment. With corruption and mismanagement scandals affecting several clubs over the years, transparency and accountability have become priorities for those seeking to raise the level of professionalism in football.



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FLAMENGO LAUNCHES OPPORTUNITIES AND WESLEY SEEKS PROTAGONISM AT FLAMENGO

Keeping Wesley in the squad is a well thought out strategy by Flamengo

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The young right-back Wesley, from Flamengo, is in the sights of European clubs who see great potential in the player. According to information from journalist Julio Miguel Neto, several teams from the old continent are interested in a loan from Wesley, with the option to purchase at the end of the contract.

These European clubs are keeping an eye on the young man's talent athlete and believe he could adapt quickly to European football. However, Flamengo has no plans to release Wesley at this time. The absence of Varela, who will be away due to the Copa América dispute, makes Wesley's presence even more crucial for the Rio team.


FLAMENGO HAS A NEW JOB FOR WESLEY


The stance from Flamengo is clear: Wesley will only leave the club if a purchase proposal appears that he cannot refuse. Until that happens, the right-back will continue defending the red and black colors.

The Flamengo coach plans to give Wesley more opportunities in the next games. This means the player will have more time on the field and will be able to show his full potential. The expectation is that he will increasingly establish himself as an important piece in the starting team.




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FLAMENGO BETTS ON YOUTH AGAINST GÊMIO THIS THURSDAY AT MARACANÃ

Since taking charge of Flamengo, Tite has demonstrated a balanced approach between experience and youth

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In this Thursday's match (13) against Grêmio, Flamengo will have a bench full of young talents. The decision, in line with coach Tite's strategy, aims to harness and develop the potential of the club's youth players. Among the new additions are Dyogo Alves, a 20-year-old goalkeeper, and defenders Iago and Carbone, both 19 years old. In addition to them, midfielder Rayan Lucas, also 19 years old, and striker Werton, 20 years old, complete the list of young promises. Everton Araújo, a 21-year-old midfielder, had already been mentioned by Tite and remains on the squad list.

This renewal in the squad reflects a growing trend in Brazilian football: the focus on emerging talents who could become protagonists in the future. Flamengo, known for its strong base, has reaped rewards by integrating these young athletes into the main team. The game against Grêmio will be an important opportunity for these players to show their value and gain experience on the field.

FLAMENGO GIVES YOUNG PEOPLE OPPORTUNITIES


Historically, Flamengohas always had a strong base, with players who often stand out on the national and international scene. The inclusion of young people like Dyogo Alves, Iago, Carbone, Rayan Lucas and Werton in the list of players listed for the match is a clear indication of the confidence that the club places in its base.


Dyogo Alves, for example, is a promising 20-year-old goalkeeper who has been closely watched by the coaching staff. Iago and Carbone, both 19-year-old defenders, have demonstrated consistency and potential at youth level. Rayan Lucas, a 19-year-old midfielder, and Werton, a 20-year-old striker, also stand out for their skill and ability to contribute offensively.


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