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WANT TO WATCH FLAMENGO U20 FOR THE BRASILEIRÃO? THE NEXT MATCH WILL HAVE SOLIDARITY ENTRY

While some of the players from Mais Querido's base team will reinforce the team's squad in the Libertadores, others are left with the responsibility of winning a second championship.

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Flamengo debuts in the Brasileirão U20 this coming Wednesday (03), at 3:30 pm (Brasília time), at the Hailé Pinheiro Stadium, where they face Goiás. The Emerald board will sell tickets in a supportive manner. Therefore, red-and-black fans who want to be present to support the Crias do Ninho must only take 1kg of non-perishable food to access the stadium.

It is worth noting that tickets still need to be picked up at the Goiás website, which is managing the match. You can access the website here. Furthermore, the facial recognition at the turnstiles will be working, so fans will have to provide their details to the Goiás club.


HOW DO THE SUB-20 STARS ARRIVE?

This Saturday (30), Flamengo received the Portuguesa in Gávea, for the 5th round of the Copa Rio U20 and won the match 4-0, guaranteeing their place in the semi-finals. Thus, they will play against Fluminense in the semi-final of the Copa Rio U20 next Saturday (6). Garotos do Ninho finished the group stage in second place in Group A, with 9 points, while their opponent in the next game finished in first place in Group B.

Furthermore, it is worth saying that some of the names of sub-20 are on the list of players registered by the main team of Flamengo in the Libertadores. Igor Jesus became Tite's favorite and participated in all of the last seven games of the season, which increases his chances of taking the field. Another who has already entered the field was Cleiton, playing 15 minutes in a Carioca match, but the young defender faces strong competition in the sector.


Already Lorran, A big name in the Libertadores U20, he continued the relationship after the Carioca final and shows signs that he is close to debuting with Tite. Finally, midfielder Everton Araújo has not entered the field so far, but the coach indicated that he liked the player and vetoed his departure on loan to América-MG.


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WATCH LIVE (WITH IMAGES)- FLAMENGO

Teams that made the last championship final meet again and you can watch it here.

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The Flamengo kids take the field this Wednesday afternoon. This is because the Gávea team faces Palmeiras, in the under-20 Brasileirão. The ball rolls at 3:15 pm (Brasília time), at Estádio da Gávea, in Rio de Janeiro (RJ).

Flamengo has three points and occupies 10th place in the table. Rubro-Negro was defeated in the first round, 2-1, by Goiás. While in their last match, they beat Cuiabá, 3-1.

Palmeiras has a 100% success rate in the competition. The team led by Lucas Andrade beat Ceará, in their debut, 3-2, and then beat Corinthians, 2-0. As a result, Alviverde is in second place, behind Santos, who is ahead by the balance of goals.


Follow the link to watch this Wednesday's match, with images:

CLICK HERE ON THE LINK TO WATCH THE U-20 TEAM MATCH LIVE, WITH IMAGES



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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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FLAMENGO BEATS CUIABÁ AND ACHIEVES FIRST VICTORY IN THE BRASILEIRÃO U20

Mais Querido won 3-1 with goals from Haruna Hassan, Carbone and Welliton

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On the afternoon of this Thursday (11), the Garotos do Ninho represented the Flamengo in the Brasileirão under-20 and beat Cuiabá by the score of 3 to 1, at the Gávea stadium. Mais Querido's goals were scored by Haruna Hassan, Carbone and Welliton. Thus, with the result, the team reached three points in two matches.GAME SUMMARY

O Mais Querido started the match at high speed. Haruna Hassan, a young Nigerian signed by Rubro-Negro at the start of the season, opened the scoring after just eight minutes with a great goal. The player took advantage of the return of the ball from Cuiabá to hit a beautiful shot from outside the area in the corner.


Even with the goal coming early, Rubro-Negro had a scare in the first half. In the 21st minute, referee Jodis de Souza saw a penalty for a ball that clearly hit Iago in the face, who even received a yellow card. Dudu hit safely and tied the match.


Even with the scare, the Flamengomaintained control of the game and managed to create chances. Goalkeeper Felipe, from Cuiabá, prevented Wallace Yan's second goal from close range, at 25'. However, in the 43rd minute, Jean Carlos took a free kick from the right corner of the area and Carbone headed it free, turning the score.

The third goal came soon after. At 46', in a quick play on the left, Rubro-Negro found a cross and center forward Welliton scored the ball into the back of the net. With an advantage, Mais Querido only managed the result in the final stage.

NEXT CONFRONTATION

So, after achieving their first victory in the Brazilian Under-20 Championship, the Boys from the Nest prepare to face ´Palmeiras, also in Rio de Janeiro, next Wednesday (17).



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