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Author Archive for Joshua Law and Tom Sanderson

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Dani Alves: ‘If you win without effort, you triumph with no glory at all’

Alves reflects on 17 years in Europe, what he learned from Pep Guardiola, his experiences of racism and why he’s back in Brazil By Joshua Law and Tom SandersonDani Alves has won more major trophies than any footballer in history. He spent 17 years play…

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Inside the Grêmio academy, home of Brazil’s brightest young footballers

Grêmio have reached the Copa Libertadores semi-finals for the third year running thanks to a core of youth productsBy Joshua Law and Tom SandersonWhen Everton arrived at Grêmio in 2012, he was a 16-year-old who wanted to be a footballer. He is now a Br…

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Juninho: ‘I should not have left English football when I did’

The little genius talks about his time at Middlesbrough, his vision for Brazilian football and his love of Heinz Baked BeansBy Yellow & Green Football for the Guardian Sport NetworkIt’s the morning after Brazil beat Peru in the Copa América final t…

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Brazil set out to win the Copa América final and the love of a nation

Brazil have reached the Copa América final without conceding a goal, but the public remain unconvinced about the teamBy Yellow & Green Football for the Guardian Sport NetworkDespite their tactical teething problems, Brazil got there in the end. At …

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Brazil set out to win the Copa América final and the love of a nation

Brazil have reached the Copa América final without conceding a goal, but the public remain unconvinced about the teamBy Yellow & Green Football for the Guardian Sport NetworkDespite their tactical teething problems, Brazil got there in the end. At …

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Brazil manager Tite is fighting for the Copa América – and his job

Neymar is absent through injury but the hosts expect nothing less than glory in the Copa AméricaBy Joshua Law and Tom Sanderson for Yellow & Green FootballThe honeymoon has been over for a long time, but it is worth remembering the admirable speed …