Brazilian side Chapecoense have won their first international game since they shook the football world in November when a plane carrying 19 players and coaching crew crashed.

At least 71 people died during that crashed and it seemed like an incident that could mar the club for a long time.

Tite Disappointed with Long-Term Injury for City’s Gabriel Jesus

Brazilian striker Gabriel Jesus suffered a major injury just a few games into his Manchester City career.

It is a major disappointment for all parties concerned considering that Jesus has had an excellent start to his life at City after managing to score 3 goals in his first two appearances. The two goals in the game against Swansea helped the team secure a much-needed 2-1 win. Signed for an extravagant € 32 million, manager Pep Guardiola would have been extremely disappointedto see such a start but to an end by a long-term injury.

Neymar wants to become captain of Brazil once again

Neymar captained the Brazilian national squad during the 2016 edition of the Summer Olympics and the young superstar helped Brazil in winning their first Olympic Gold medal as they had never done it before.

When the international tournament was over, Neymar was asked about his experience in relation to how it was being the captain of Brazil and the Barcelona player replied by saying:

Alberto Parreira Praises Tite for Bringing Human Touch to Brazil Squad

Former Brazil coach Carlos Alberto Parreira, who won the World Cup with theSeelcao, says that the human touch provided by Tite has been a major factor in the revival of form for the five-time world champions.

After having endured major disappointments in the World Cup 2014 and Copa America 2016, Brazil were seriously in need of a new direction.

Tite wants More Maturity from Neymar after Latest Suspension

Brazil will be without Neymar for the upcoming game against Venezuela after he has picked up a suspension due to excessive yellow cards.


In a bid to jack up the morale of the team in readiness for the upcoming match against Brazil in the current World Cup qualifiers, players on the Brazil national team have said that they have no fear of sensational Barca and Argentinian striker, Lionel Messi.

Brazil would be meeting Argentina for their World Cup qualifier match this Thursday, and Messi who recently returned from injury, will be featuring in the high profile game.

Brazil trains ahead of game

Brazil has been training ahead of their World Cup qualifier against Bolivia.

This will be an opportunity for the Brazil team to cement their second place in the qualifying table. After a difficult start to the qualifiers, Brazil has successfully recovered and now looks like genuine contenders to make it to the World Cup finals.


Brazil national team coach Tite is weary of Willian’s performance in international games, hence he is reportedly willing to axe the Chelsea play maker for Reds star Philippe Coutinho.

The Sun report that Tite would drop the Chelsea player for Liverpool’s Coutinho when Brazil play in the World Cup qualifiers this week.

Tite is the right man

Former Brazil defender Lucio has stated that Tite is the right man to lead Brazil unto the next World Cup.

He believes that the manager is experienced enough and has the necessary charisma to lead a team such as Brazil. Lucio believes that Tite has made the right move to stripe Neymar from the captaincy, and that will be able to free the player.

Neymar is a major hope for the Brazilian national team

Barcelona superstar Neymar is a major hope for the Brazilian national team at the Rio 2016 Olympic tournament.

After having missed out on Olympic gold in previous years, Brazil are searching for the only title that has eluded their cabinet so far. On paper, the Brazil national team coming into the tournament is certainly not the strongest but it has one major positive in the form of Neymar. The Barcelona striker has been included as part of the three overage players allowed in the squad. However, national team boss Tite claims that it is not right to expect everything from the 24-year-old alone.