Tim Vickery reports that while the Brazil national team is flourishing, the domestic club game continues to be undermined by vested interests.
With the World Cup just over a year ago, each qualifier carries added significance, nowhere more so than in Buenos Aires this week as Argentina face Chile.
Tim Vickery explains why it might be in the interests of clubs in the Americas to overcome the obstacles standing in the way of a unified Champions League.
Brazilian clubs have now agreed to ban outright from this year’s national league the habit of ‘selling’ some of their home games .
Flamengo beat Vasco da Gama on Saturday but the result was far less important than the fact that the game passed off peacefully. Tim Vickery reports on the problem of…
The Brazilian State Championships have become a meaningless irrelevance and should be scrapped, argues Tim Vickery.
Tim Vickery is impressed by the rapid progress made by Venezuela under the shrewd management of coach Rafael Dudamel.
Potential stars of the future have been difficult to spot so far at the South American Under-20 Championships.
The Copa Libertadores kicks off this week and one team in particular will be looking to emulate the fairytale success of last season.
Only with a successful youth policy can a country as small as Uruguay ensure lasting success. Tim Vickery reports on the work done by Oscar Tabarez's scouting team to identify…