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Denilson, Edwin van der Sar, and the Penalty Kick that Never Happened

Soccer is a game of fates. In the 1998 World Cup semifinal between Brazil and Holland, Denilson, the twenty-one-year-old Brazilian phenom stood among his teammates at midfield as the final kicker in the penalty shootout. Across the field, Edwin van der Sa

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Flamengo Claim First Florida Cup Legends 5 vs 5 Title

Flamengo are the Champions of the Florida Cup Legends 5 vs 5 Tournament after a penalty kick shootout-win over São Paulo.

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Flamengo: A Club of History, Pride, and Championships but Never, Never Dull

Flamengo will make its first appearance at the Florida Cup this year, but the Rubro-Negra have played twelve games in the U.S., their last one in 2006 against Club America in Los Angeles.

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São Paulo: Embracing the Past While Setting Their Sights on the Future

Twenty-five years ago, São Paulo were the best team on the planet. Tricolor, coached by Telê Santana, defeated some of the biggest names in world football to claim back-to-back Intercontinental Cups.

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Eintracht Frankfurt Resurrecting The Greatest Show On Turf

Something exciting will be happening at the Florida Cup. But pay close attention because like the opening drop of a Universal roller coaster, it’s over in a short held breath.

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