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Peru's Guerrero loses doping appeal


Chapecoense's dignified fight against relegation, in the shadow of disaster, is as admirable as their rise

Marcio Araujo looks on during Chapecoense's Serie A match against Botafogo.
Three years after their air disaster, Chapecoense are on the brink of relegation.

Chapecoense are sipping at the last-chance saloon on Wednesday.

With 10 rounds to go in the Brazilian championship, they are deep in relegation danger. Last week, goalkeeper Joao Ricardo left the field declaring that the "Chapecoense supporters will have to get used to the idea of playing in the second division." At the weekend, Marquinhos Santos, their third coach of the campaign, admitted that "we can't try to deceive our fans. We have to be realistic. The situation is very difficult, but at...

Paris is a stressful, racist city; I do not like it - Dani Alves

Frank Leboeuf is not concerned about Neymar's latest injury having a negative impact on PSG's season.
Gab Marcotti looks at how PSG will be impacted by Neymar's injury he picked up playing for Brazil.

Former Paris Saint-Germain right-back Dani Alves has accused the city of Paris of being racist after leaving to join Sao Paulo in the summer.

Alves, 36, returned to Brazil to play club football for the first time in nearly 20 years when he completed a free transfer in August after two years at Parc des Princes.

Despite Alves being prepared to extend his stay with PSG, the former Barcelona, Juventus and Sevilla man told GQ in Brazil of his disgust at his experience of Parisian life and his preference...

Copa Libertadores semifinals: Boca vs. River ante raised higher; can Gremio beat Flamengo?

Any game between River Plate and Boca Juniors is always full of emotion.

Buenos Aires is bracing itself twice over for the events of Tuesday. First, heavy rain is forecast. Second, there could already be enough thunder and lightning supplied by the first leg of the Copa Libertadores semifinal between River Plate and Boca Juniors -- a half anticipated, half dreaded meeting of historic rivals.

Last year, of course, they met in the two-legged final. The whole saga proved too big, too dramatic, too intense for the city, and after fan violence outside River's stadium the...

Four sackings in 24 hours shows challenges Brazilian coaches face

Philippe Coutinho is tasked with naming his favourite player and his top games and goals after completing his move to Bayern Munich.
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno says Brazil came together and proved that they were the best team at the Copa America despite Neymar's absence.

A few months ago, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp aimed some strong words at those running Brazilian football.

"The way the Brazilian clubs are doing things is definitely wrong," he said. "The coaches come in for one week, a month or two or three, with the hope that he can perform wonders. It's not possible! It's football, and in football you have to accept what you have to do. It's hard work, working together, bringing players together so that they can perform together. That needs time. If you don't...