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Category Archives: Corinthians
Guys, unfortunately I don’t live off this blog. If you ever read my bio on this site, you’re aware I’m currently an Economics student, so I don’t have much spare time to dedicate here. Also, as I’m writing on WordPress, I don’t have AdSense or any other form of profiting off traffic, so my absences are (unfortunately) often. Hopefully I’ll manage one day to squeeze some time from my schedule to write a piece or two per day.
Still, relevant news? CBF’s Team of the Year was announced, and after the jump you’ll find the names.
As a football fan, I don’t like Corinthians. In particular, due to a city rivalry between São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, I’m not very fond of São Paulo teams. But as an Economics student, I’m in awe at how there’s a huge distance between São Paulo teams and Rio de Janeiro teams when it comes to finances, and in that aspect I must take my hat off to them. Most of it due to Corinthians board and their ability to push their team at higher grounds when it comes to money. Continue reading
Maybe we can all agree on this one: Middle East sheikhs discovered football, and they must have loved it too. Especially when we involve Brazilian players in the mix. Continue reading
Clearly looking to improve their squad for the incoming Club World Championship, where they expect to face Chelsea in the finals, Corinthians should announce in a few days their most recent buy: Argentinean striker Juan Manuel Martínez. Continue reading