Ronaldinho will not be joining Chapecoense

The agent and brother of Ronaldinho Gaucho, Roberto Assis has recently confirmed that the 36 year old player is not going to be joining Chapecoense but that they will be helping the Brazilian club as much as they can.


The 1rst team squad of Chapecoense suffered a devastating accident on November of 2016 where almost the entire team died in a plane crash as the team was on their way to perform in the 2016 Sudamericana Finals but they never arrived as the LaMia Airlines Flight ran out of fuel due to leakage and crashed.

After this unfortunate news made its way to the world, Ronaldinho and Juan Roman Riquelme stated that they would offer their services for free as a way to help out the Brazilian club but now the agent of Ronaldinho says that he will not be able to do that but will help out as in any other way. Continue Reading “Ronaldinho will not be joining Chapecoense”

Anthony Hudson is serious about qualifying for the 2018 World Cup

A lot of hard work, I have got to give credit to our team manager, Rob Pickstock, has been doing so well in making these fixtures possible.’’


This was the statement released by the head coach of the New Zealand national football team.

Anthony Hudson was talking in an interview and responding to questions in relation to upcoming friendly encounters that New Zealand has to face off with Mexico and USA.

On October 8 of the ongoing year, New Zealand is scheduled to lock horns with Mexico and 4 days later they will play against United States and these upcoming friendly matches are the highest quality of friendly games for New Zealand as they have generally been playing with other national teams that aren’t as recognized or ranked as high.

Playing against these higher ranked national teams is what the head coach of New Zealand, Anthony Hudson wanted in order to help his squad get more experience from higher ranked players than their usual adversaries. Continue Reading “Anthony Hudson is serious about qualifying for the 2018 World Cup”

Brazilian national football team through Worst Situation

The Brazilian national football team is not going through the best of times as they were disqualified from the 2014 World Cup in an abysmal fashion after losing against Germany with a scoreboard of 7-1.

It was a tournament to forget for the Brazilians as they watched their team get crushed in their own home soil but according to Ronaldinho Gaucho, they have already bounced back from that result and they are ready to get things on with the 2015 Copa America being their next task which the team wants to win. Continue Reading “Brazilian national football team through Worst Situation”