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IT'S GOING TO BE PACKED! FLAMENGO HAS MORE THAN 50 THOUSAND TICKETS SOLD FOR TOMORROW'S MATCH AGAINST BOLIVAR

So, get ready, fans, for a night of pure emotion and adrenaline at Maracanã

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Maracanã is ready to celebrate with another exciting clash for the Copa Libertadores da América. Flamengo and Bolívar are preparing for an epic battle this Wednesday, and the numbers of tickets sold are already impressive. To date, no less than 50,389 thousand tickets have been sold, promising a spine-chilling spectacle for the fans present.

Under the command of renowned coach Tite, the Flamengoenters the field with the mission of achieving more a decisive victory in the continental tournament. Expectations are high not only among fans, but also among football experts, who hope to see the Rio team in its best form.

FLAMENGO HAS FULL HOUSE EXPECTATIONS

< With a history of success in Brazilian and international football, Tite brings with him a wealth of titles and experience that raises expectations regarding the team's performance Flamengo. His ability to put together strategies and motivate his players is known throughout the world of football, and the red and black fans place their trust in the coach for another great performance.

On the other hand, Bolívar will not be an easy opponent. The Bolivian team arrives at Maracanã determined to surprise and seek a positive result away from home. With a fierce and technical style of play, Bolívar promises to impose challenges on Flamengo and ensure that every minute of this match is played with intensity.


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SOUR! FLAMENGO DENYS ANY DEPARTURE OF LORRAN FOR BASE SELECTION

The CBF's response will be crucial in defining the next steps in this situation

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Flamengo made a decision that generated discussion between fans and the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF). The Rio club decided not to release young Lorran, who is already part of the main squad, for the Brazilian under-20 team's training sessions at Granja Comary, scheduled to take place between the 3rd and 11th of June. This decision was communicated by Flamengo's vice-president of football, Marcos Braz, and justified by the athlete's need in the main squad.

According to Braz, Lorran's presence in the main group of Flamengo makes their participation in training with the youth teams unnecessary. "It doesn't make sense to release the athlete who is already in the main squad to participate in training for youth teams," he said. The manager's position reflects Flamengo's priority in having all of its most promising players in the main team, especially in a decisive phase of the competition calendar.


FLAMENGO OPENS THE GAME

The decision to keep Lorran at Flamengo and not answer the call for the under-20 team has its justifications. The club is going through a crucial moment in the season, competing for important titles and needing a complete and competitive squad. Lorran's absence from training could negatively impact Flamengo's preparation for the challenges to come.

The expectation now is about the CBF's response. O Flamengo believes that the entity will understand the situation and will be understanding of the club's decision. "Flamengo hopes that the CBF understands our position. We have total respect for the Brazilian team and its projects, but we need to make decisions thinking about the best for the club and the player", added Braz.


This stance of Flamengo reveals a tendency for Brazilian clubs to prioritize their interests in relation to the youth teams, especially when it comes to players who are already integrated into the main squad. The dispute between the interests of clubs and the call-ups of youth teams is a recurring theme in Brazilian football, often generating tensions between the parties involved.



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FUCK UP! FLAMENGO MANAGER EXPLAINS BEHIND THE SCENES ABOUT CLUB POLICY

. This active political presence allows the club and its fans to have a stronger voice in decisions that affect them.

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Cacau Cotta, director of External Relations at Flamengo and pre-candidate for councilor in Rio de Janeiro, raised a crucial point about the relevance of politics in the administration of football clubs, especially in Flamengo. For him, politics is not only omnipresent, but also essential for the functioning and growth of these institutions.

Cotta argues that politics is inserted in all spheres of society, including sport. He explains that Flamengo's interaction with different political groups is fundamental to realizing the club's interests. To reinforce this idea, Flamengo has a specific position in its organizational structure: the executive director of Government Relations. This role is crucial to mediate the relationship between the club and the various bodies of public power.


CACAU COTTA  OPENS THE GAME AND EXPOSES BEHIND THE SCENES 

The director highlights several examples that illustrate how politics can benefit football clubs. He mentions the case of Atlético Mineiro, which re-elected Alexandre Kalil, former president of the club, as mayor of Belo Horizonte in 2020. This fact demonstrates the influence and prestige that a figure from the sporting world can have in politics.

Another example cited is Corinthians, who got the Neo Química Arena and its training center thanks to the work of Andres Sanches, former federal deputy and former president of the club. Sanches' ability to move between football and politics resulted in significant benefits for the São Paulo club.


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CONGRATULATIONS IDOL! NUNES EX-FLAMENGO COMPLETES 70 YEARS OLD THIS MONDAY

The striker was known for his fierce style of play and his ability to finish with precision.

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The legendary soccer player from Flamengo, Nunes, known as the "Gunner of Decisions", celebrates 70 years of life this Monday, May 20, 2024. Considered one of the great icons of Brazilian football, Nunes left his mark on history of Flamengo and the sport with his decisive ability in crucial moments.

Born in Feira de Santana, Bahia, João Batista Nunes de Oliveira had a brilliant career in football. His time at Flamengo, especially in the 1980s, is remembered with affection and admiration by red and black fans. Nunes was a key player in the club's most important achievements, including the Brazilian Championship and the Copa Libertadores da América.

FLAMENGO AND ITS ETERNAL IDOLS


His trajectory at Flamengo he started in 1980, when he was hired by the Rio club. Since then, Nunes has stood out for his eye for goal and his ability to decide important matches. With 87 goals in 214 games for Flamengo< /a>, he won the hearts of the fans and became an eternal idol.

Nunes was crucial in winning the 1980 Brazilian Championship. In the final game against Atlético-MG, he scored one of the goals that guaranteed the title to Flamengo, after a 3-2 victory at Maracanã. That moment was just the beginning of a sequence of titles that would consolidate his fame as the "Gunner of Decisions".



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