Chapecoense
9 June 2017
On November 28, 2016 a plane carrying Brazilian team Chapecoense crashed, killing 71 of the 77 passengers on board. Today, they're fifth in Brazil's Serie A after five games of the new season. FFT talks to those attempting to heal the club and local community
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25 May 2017
The Palmeiras wideman became the second-oldest player to turn out in a Copa Libertadores match... and scored.
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28 April 2017
Rossi was rightfully given a second yellow card against Nacional on Thursday night...
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27 April 2017
A group game between Penarol and Palmeiras descended into an all-out scrap.
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21 April 2017
A dozy stadium announcer at the Estadio El Campin has a lot to answer for.
21 February 2017
Pick one that aligns with your own personal Football Manager philosophy, or adopt an entirely different approach – the choice is yours
23 August 2016
Evicted by a military dictatorship, brought home by supporters. Is the San Lorenzo struggle football’s greatest story of fan power?
25 July 2016
Kick-off! Two of South America’s most successful bosses of 2016 get the recognition they deserve, plus another trio who punched above their weight
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23 October 2015
You've seen it in the mag (right?!), now whittle away your Friday afternoons by taking on our tricky posers about the beautiful game online. Answers at the end...
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23 April 2015
Final matchday victories saw Sao Paulo, Atletico Mineiro and Internacional make it into the knockout rounds of the Copa Libertadores on Wednesday.

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