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8-3-8, 9th in Brazilian Serie A
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662dESPN staff

Robinho sentenced for 2013 sexual assault

Former Brazil forward Robinho has been found guilty of sexual assault and sentenced to nine years in prison by an Italian court on Thursday.

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816dJonathan Smith

Prem 'rugby' players awed me, Robinho - Jo

Gabriel Jesus and Fernandinho may be flourishing at Manchester City but former Brazilian international Jo has revealed that it wasn't always so easy.

1008dESPN staff

Chape not fined for match forfeit - court

Brazil's court for sports justice said they will not apply any fines to Chapecoense or Atletico MG for forfeiting the final game of the season.

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1019dAssociated Press

Atletico Mineiro won't play vs. Chapecoense

The president of Brazilian club Atletico Mineiro said the team will not play a final-round match of the Brazilian league season against Chapecoense.

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1111dESPN staff

Hamburg sign Santos to five-year deal

Bundesliga side Hamburg have signed Brazilian Olympic gold medalist Douglas Santos from Brazilian club Atletico Mineiro on a five-year deal.

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1215dESPN staff

Copa Lib: Sao Paulo stun Atletico MG

Sao Paulo scored an all-important away goal against Atletico Mineiro to book their place in the Copa Libertadores semifinals on Wednesday.

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1222dESPN Staff

Bastos goal gives Sao Paulo victory

Michel Bastos scored a 79th minute header to help Sao Paulo draw first blood in a 1-0 win over Atletico Mineiro in the Copa Libertadores quarterfinals

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1229dESPN staff

Copa Lib: Defending champs River out

River Plate's quest to repeat as Copa Libertadores champions was thwarted by Ecuadorian club Independiente del Valle in the round of 16.

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1249dTim Vickery

Vickery: Argentina, Brazil giants in last 16

Another six places in the Libertadores last 16 were filled this week, and five of them have gone to teams from the continent's traditional big two.

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1597dESPN Staff

Vasco da Gama, Santos capture state titles

Vasco da Gama won their first Rio de Janeiro state title in 12 years, while Santos needed penalties to take home the Paulista crown.

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1642dAssociated Press

Brazil introduces plan to modernise game

President Dilma Rousseff signed a measure on Thursday that gives Brazilian clubs up to 20 years to pay what they owe to the federal government. In exchange, they must manage their finances more professionally.

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1754dAssociated Press

Atletico Mineiro seal Brazilian Cup triumph

Brazil striker Diego Tardelli netted the winner with a header in first-half injury time at the Mineirao Stadium in Belo Horizonte to claim victory in the first major final contested between the two neighbouring clubs.

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1768dAssociated Press

Atletico Mineiro take Brazil Cup lead

Striker Luan and Argentine forward Jesus Datolo each scored a goal to help Atletico Mineiro defeat rivals Cruzeiro 2-0 in the first leg of the Brazilian Cup final on Wednesday.

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1771dFernando Duarte

Duarte: What's next for troubled Jo?

What's next for Jo? The former Man City and Everton striker's lack of footballing focus has brought him to a crossroads, writes Fernando Duarte.

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1775dJames Young

Atletico MG, Cruzeiro are back on the map

While all the money and Brazilian media attention focus on Rio and Sao Paulo, the two biggest clubs in Belo Horizonte -- Atletico Mineiro and Cruzeiro -- are putting the region back on the map, writes James Young.

1777dAssociated Press

Ex Brazil striker Jo released by Atletico Mineiro

Atletico Mineiro released the striker and two other players on Monday, saying they committed a "serious" breach of team rules after a Brazilian league match this weekend.

Jo released by Atletico Mineiro (0:56)
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1847dAssociated Press

Ronaldinho in talks to join Palmeiras

Ronaldinho could be headed to Palmeiras, and the Brazilian club is hoping to make the deal official on Tuesday as part of its centennial celebrations.

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1876dJames Young

Ronnie's rollercoaster grinds to a halt

James Young reflects on Ronaldinho's eventful two-year spell with Atletico Mineiro and ponders what is next for the two-time FIFA World Player of the Year.

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1876dESPN staff

Ronaldinho leaves Atletico Mineiro

Ronaldinho has left Atletico Mineiro to become a free agent after both parties agreed to terminate his contract with immediate effect.

RankingsBrazilian Serie A

Goal Difference1Tied-10th
Goals Scored247th
Goals Conceded2312th