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MAYOR OF RIO FULFILLS PROMISE AND EXAPPROPRIATES FLAMENGO STADIUM LAND

The expropriation will be published in the Official Gazette of the Municipality this Monday (24)

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It appears that the stadium project for Flamengo will continue to flow as desired. This is because Mayor Eduardo Paes will fulfill the promise made in May during a dinner with Flamengo members and will publish this Monday (24) the decree that expropriates the land where the club intends to build its new home.

According to information from columnist Lauro Jardim, from Globo, the city of Rio de Janeiro intends to pay between R$146 million and R$176 million for the 88.3 thousand square meter plot. After appropriation, the land will be auctioned with the expropriation value as the minimum bid, under the obligation to implement specific equipment.

DECREE WILL BE PUBLISHED THIS MONDAY

The expropriation decree with more details will be published in the Official Gazette of the Municipality of Rio de Janeiro this Monday (24). Highlighting that expropriation was the path found by Paes and Flamengo after Caixa refused to sell the land to Mais Querido.

The decision by the mayor of Rio leaves the Mais Querido closer to the construction of its stadium, since the club never went through with the different negotiations and prospections for the acquisition of land over the last few years.

AND MARACANÃ?

Despite wanting to build its own stadium, Flamengo will still have Maracanã. This is because Mais Querido managed, together with Fluminense, to renew the bidding for the stadium complex for another 20 years. Thus, while the red-black stadium is not ready, the "Sacred Temple" can be used by the club.


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DIEGO HYPOLITO REVEALS HURT WITH FLAMENGO, BUT RECOGNIZES GRATITUDE TO THE CLUB

Gymnast fondly remembers his time at Flamengo, the club he played for for 20 years, but still condemns the way he was sent away

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Diego Hypólito, one of the great athletes revealed by Flamengo's Olympic sports, commented on his relationship with the club in a long interview about his career. The two-time world champion gymnast and Olympic medalist began his successful career at the Gávea gymnasium and revealed that he harbors a feeling of gratitude, but still condemns the way in which he was sent away from the club.

“Flamengo is my trainer. It was there that I grew up, it gave me the opportunity, since I was a child, to have a sound system that was the best at the time. He was the one who believed my story. I was sent away by a specific person. So, I'm a laureate at Flamengo*, I vote, I help. I sometimes go to the club when I have some time”, he said in an interview with 'Abre Aspas', from ge.


Diego started training at Flamengo in 1994, as did his sister Daniele Hypólito, and He went through periods of ups and downs at the club. It was in Gávea where he became a national highlight, reached the Brazilian team and achieved international podiums. However, he was sent away between the end of 2012 and the beginning of 2013.

One of the first actions of the Bandeira de Mello administration was to close several types of Olympic sports as part of the financial recovery plan. The contracts of many athletes, including Diego, were terminated. At the time, Diego gave many interviews criticizing the decision, but shows that he did not let it affect his relationship with the club.


But his departure had many serious consequences in Diego's life. At a time when he was dealing with the fact that he was beginning to admit his sexuality to himself, the athlete was sent away and began to deal with one of the most troubled scenarios of his life. He recently revealed that he was admitted to a psychiatric clinic in 2014 to treat depression, while juggling his training routine to compete in the Olympics.

“The Rio Olympics were very difficult for me, because I had a lot of psychological problems . I was denied a lot. I slept in a clinic, but I trained the other day, so I wasn't hospitalized full time, but I was taking a lot of medication to control my fears,” he said, before adding:


“I had all kinds of of claustrophobia after I left Flamengo. I was sent away from Flamengo. It was the club I coached for 20 years. The gym caught fire with equipment that had been obtained by my sponsor. I felt thrown away, it totally messed me up. And it was the time when I started to accept the issue of sexuality with myself, I started to give myself the opportunity to meet someone to date. Then I decide that I want to have a club. I stopped having the coach I had for 20 years (Renato Araújo). I closed with São Bernardo do Campo. My coach (Fernando de Carvalho Lopes) is accused of pedophilia. It was an avalanche of things, as if a tsunami had passed. And Diego in the middle of it, not knowing what to do, I was very lost, bewildered.”

* Laureate is a member who has been an individual champion for five consecutive years, competing for Flamengo; or one who has been champion for three consecutive or five alternate years, as long as Flamengo has also been champion in the sport competed in the same years by the athlete.

Flamengo gymnasts at the Paris Olympics< /b>

Diego Hypólito's generation began to place more and more gymnasts to represent Brazil in the Olympics, mainly men. In 2024, Flamengo sent five athletes to Paris who will perform in artistic gymnastics.

In addition to Olympic champion Rebeca Andrade, the club has Jade Barbosa, Flávia Saraiva, Lorrane Oliveira and Diogo Soares on the Brazilian team. The Paris Olympic Games begin on July 26th.


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SIMONE BILES, GREATEST GYMNAST IN THE WORLD, REVEALS CONCERN WITH FLAMENGO ATHLETE: "REBECA ANDRADE FEARS ME"

At the last Artistic Gymnastics World Championship, the Brazilian won five medals and became the 11th gymnast in history to medal on all devices

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The countdown to the Paris 2024 Olympic Games has begun. In an Olympics atmosphere, athletes from all over the world are preparing to arrive in the City of Lights in the coming days, as the Opening Ceremony is scheduled for July 26, on the River Seine. One of the most anticipated names in this edition is Simone Biles. Three years after leaving the competition in Tokyo due to mental health issues, she is back in the spotlight.

In an interview with North American TV, Simone, the most decorated gymnast in the history of the World Gymnastics Championships , revealed that the Brazilian Rebeca Andrade is his biggest concern for the Paris Olympics. “Rebeca Andrade is the one that scares me the most", declared Biles when classifying which athletes she will keep an eye on in the competition.



It is worth remembering that, at the last Artistic Gymnastics World Championship, Andrade won five medals: three silver (teams, individual all-around and individual on floor), one gold (individual on vault) and one bronze (individual on beam). She also became the 11th gymnast in history to medal on all devices. As a whole, Brazil has already secured 259 places for the competition. There will be 237 athletes in the Brazilian delegation going to Paris so far, with 137 women and 93 men confirmed. >The numbers, which already demonstrate the strength of Team Brazil for the Paris Games, can still grow. The qualification window for the Olympics only closes in the first week of July and the trend is for medalists from renowned sports in Brazil, such as Brazil. handball and volleyball, still join the delegation.




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MAYOR OF RIO PREDICTS GROWTH OF FGTS WITH NEW FLAMENGO STADIUM IN GASÔMETRO

Eduardo Paes made a post on his social networks citing Rubro-Negro

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In 2023, the Service Time Guarantee Fund (FGTS) recorded the highest profit in history, with R$23.4 billion. Part of this revenue came from investments in the Porto Maravilha real estate fund, in Rio de Janeiro, where Flamengo intends to build its stadium. Thus, on his social networks, Mayor Eduardo Paes mentioned Mais Querido's possible "new home" when sharing the news.

“Rio City Hall helping the FGTS! And with the future Flamengo Stadium, we will help even more!”, wrote Eduardo Paes, on X, the old Twitter. The message was shared alongside a newspaper clipping, which highlighted the biggest profit in the history of the FGTS.

“FGTS profit. The Service Time Guarantee Fund (FGTS) earned R$23.4 billion in 2023, according to data presented by Caixa at a Board of Trustees meeting. In the previous year, profit was R$12.7 billion. On August 6, the board will decide on the distribution of the result for credit to workers' accounts. The result is the result of returns on investments, credit operations and the agreement in the Porto Maravilha real estate fund, in Rio, which contributed R$ 6.5 billion, according to the Ministry of Labor and Employment”, said the article.< /p>CHECK OUT THE POST:



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