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ONE MORE CHILD LEAVING! FLAMENGO IS CLOSE TO SELLING DANIEL CABRAL TO PORTUGAL STAR AMADORA - SEE THE DETAILS

Daniel Cabral's move to Estrela Amadora becomes another episode in the busy international football transfer window

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According to Venê Casagrande, the Flamengois preparing for another transfer to Portugal, after the sale of striker André Luiz to Estrela Amadora. This time, midfielder Daniel Cabral is about to follow in his teammate's footsteps, towards Portuguese football. At just 22 years old, Cabral will definitely join the Portuguese club, while Flamengo maintains a portion of the player's economic rights.

Daniel Cabral, who emerged as a promise in Flamengo's youth categories, did not have many opportunities to shine on professional pitches. Despite having been U-17 world champion with the Brazilian team, the young midfielder faced a series of injuries that hampered his trajectory in the Rubro-Negro main team.

FLAMENGO HAS ANOTHER CHILD OF THE NEST GOING TO EUROPE

Since being promoted to the professional squad, Cabral has not taken to the field, frustrating the expectations of many fans who saw him as a potential midfield talent flamenguista. However, injuries were a difficult obstacle for the player to overcome, preventing him from showing his true value on the field.


Daniel Cabral's transfer to Estrela Amadora marks a new chapter in the youngster's career player. Although it is still too early to say how his performance will be in Portuguese football, this could be an opportunity for a fresh start for Cabral, away from the injuries that hindered his rise at Flamengo.


The sale of players to foreign clubs It is a common practice in Brazilian football, especially when it comes to young talents looking for playing opportunities and space to develop their potential. In the case of Daniel Cabral, the move to Estrela Amadora could be an important step in his evolution as a player and a chance to show all his talent in a new environment.



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FLAMENGO MANAGER OPENS UP ABOUT THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF EXPROPRIATION OF THE GASÔMETRO LAND

Mengão intends to build his own stadium on the site expropriated by Rio de Janeiro City Hall

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Flamengo fans had two reasons to celebrate this Sunday (23). In addition to the 1-0 victory against Fluminense, the club received the news that the Gasologista land will be expropriated by the City of Rio de Janeiro. There, Rubro-Negro intends to build its own stadium. Cacau Cotta, Flamengo's director of external relations, detailed the next steps for the construction of the arena.

Cacau Cotta explained that the expropriation of the land now places the property under the responsibility of the city hall, and that the club has the resources necessary to acquire part of the land: "The land now belongs to the city hall. There is no legal dispute (...) What could arise in the future is a negotiation about the values...".




NEGOTIATION DETAILS

— "People sometimes get confused, because the mayor's decree is a decree that transfers the ownership of the land to the city hall. An expropriation does not imply a legal dispute. What may arise in the future is a negotiation of values. Soon, in 20, 30 days, there will be an auction, Flamengo has the necessary resources, and will pay for it. land the fair value, just as the city hall paid for the Gentileza Terminal. Flamengo will make the payment, so rest assured, there is no legal dispute. What could happen is just a discussion about land values", stated Cacau Cotta.



HISTORICAL MOMENT FOR THE CLUB

Cacau Cotta also celebrated the historic moment for Flamengo: "Let's celebrate, because today is a day of celebration with this beautiful victory. A difficult game against Fluminense is always a complicated game and (the stadium) represents a milestone in Flamengo's history. We've waited 130 years for this moment, haven't we? To finally have land to build our own stadium. Now it's President Landim's turn to explain, I gave you the details, for the mayor to explain, for (deputy) Pedro Paulo, who is by our side in this fight. That's what I always say, it's the red-black bench working in favor of Flamengo."
OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT OF EXPROPRIATION

This Sunday morning (23), the mayor of Rio de Janeiro, Eduardo Paes, and deputy Pedro Paulo recorded a video announcing the expropriation of the Gasometer land. The space belongs to an investment fund from Caixa Econômica Federal. Flamengo and the municipality tried to negotiate with the bank, but received no response, leading the City Hall to order the expropriation.


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TITE PRAISES FLAMENGO'S VICTORY OVER FLUMINENSE: "WE DESERVE TO WIN"

Pedro, with a penalty, kept Mengão in the lead

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In a classic valid for the 11th round of the Brasileirão, Flamengo beat Fluminense 1-0 this Sunday afternoon (23), at Maracanã. The goal that guaranteed the victory was scored by Pedro, from a penalty, keeping Mengão in the isolated lead of the competition with 24 points.

The match was marked by a controversial move in the 40th minute of the second half. Bruno Henrique was brought down in the area by Calegari, resulting in a penalty that Pedro converted, shooting into the middle of the goal and guaranteeing the red-black victory. The decision generated many complaints from Fluminense, who considered the marking incorrect.




TITE PRAISES FLAMENGO'S PERFORMANCE

< After the game, coach Tite praised the team's performance, highlighting the superiority and fairness of the result. “They are two great teams. It's one of the best Libertadores campaigns. I have great gratitude for Paulo Angioni (Fluminense football director). We are not enemies. There is respect for our work. We deserve to win. We quickly regained the ball on the outside to leave the team compact. It was gratifying. We deserved it regardless of when we scored the goal", said Tite.

RUBRO-BLACK SUPERIORITY AND MISSINGS

< Even with physical problems and absences due to the Copa América, Flamengo proved to be superior to Fluminense. Although they had less possession of the ball, Rubro-Negro was more dangerous, forcing the opponent to make mistakes and creating clear opportunities. Lack of aim almost complicated the situation, but the penalty conceded by Bruno Henrique was decisive.
SITUATION IN BRASILEIRÃO

< With the victory, Flamengo reached 24 points and guaranteed the leadership of Serie A for another round. Fluminense, who only had one shot in the classic and none in the goal saved by Rossi, remains at the bottom of the competition.< /p>




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DIOGO LEMOS, FLAMENGO BOARD MEMBER TAKES A POSITION ON "ACUSATIONS"

One of the board members spoke about the case and the accusations

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The Flamengo se officially declared to deny the accusations that he had signed a document agreeing with the calendar of the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF). According to Diogo Lemos, member of the club's Football Council, this information is incorrect and does not reflect Flamengo's position on the matter.

Lemos stated that the club never agreed with the calendar imposed by the CBF. "Flamengo never signed any document agreeing with this calendar that they imposed on us at the moment," he declared, highlighting the club's dissatisfaction with the current situation. The director also highlighted that Flamengo is not alone in this disagreement. Another 12 Serie A clubs also supported the request to stop the championship during the Copa América. The intention was to guarantee the sporting equality of the competition, since the continuity of games during the World Cup harms some teams that have players called up for the national teams.

FLAMENGO OPENS THE GAME


A statement by Lemos reflects the growing tension between the clubs and the CBF over the management of the calendar. The main criticism is that the continuity of the championship during international tournaments disadvantages clubs that lose important players. The Copa América, for example, has a significant impact, as several South American teams call up players who play in Brazil.


The formal request made by Flamengo and 12 other clubs to suspend the championship is not just an attempt to adjust the calendar. It is also a strategic move to pressure the CBF to rethink its policies and decisions, ensuring that all clubs can compete on equal terms. This search for equity in Brazilian football is an old agenda, but one that takes on new contours with each edition of international tournaments.


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