Fluminense thrashed Volta Redonda by two goals to nothing in an away match on Sunday. Deigo Cavalieri was in action as the visitors emerged victorious in the Brazilian Carioca 1 match.

The 33-year old goal stopper started his professional career at Palmeiras before moving to English premier League side, Liverpool FC. After spending three seasons with The Reds, he played for Cesena before returning home to ply his trade at Fluminense.


In the most dramatic encounter yet, Fluminense put three unreplied goals past Boavista to win the second stage of the Brazilian Carioca championship. The spectacular match happened at Maracana, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Culpi is beginning to shape Fluminense

It’s been less than 1 month since Levir Culpi took charge of Fluminense but he is already making big changes in the Brazilian club and he has kicked things off by altering the training routine of the squad.

Levir Culpi stated that these changes that he has been making with Fluminense are things that helped him in getting better results during his time with his former club Atletico Mineiro.

Fluminense have failed to convince supporters

Fluminense have failed to convince supporters that they can challenge for the title this season.

This is despite a 4-0 thrashing of Tigres do Brasil in the latest match. This is largely down to the defeats suffered by the club at the start of 2016. Poor preseason was followed up with defeats against the likes of Volta Redonda. The club has since recovered and they have gone undefeated in the last three games. Conceding goals continues to be a problem for the team and the defence was exposed a lot in the 3-3 draw with Madureira.

Ricardo Goulart says Dunga will probably keep a look on all

According to Ricardo Goulart, the fact that quite a few of the Brazil internationals are turning to the Asian Leagues, the national manager Dunga will probably keep a look on all of them now and keep them in the reckoning for call ups in future.

Diego Milito claims that Juventus will suffer a defeat

Former Inter Milan striker Diego Milito claims that Juventus will suffer a defeat against his former club in one of the biggest matches of the season.

Inter will come into the game keen to regain the form from the early part of the campaign. Back then, Roberto Mancini’s team lookedlike the team to beat. Several consecutive draws have left Inter a couple of points behind leaders Roma. The situation could get worse if they suffer dropped points against Juventus, who have been extremely poor and devoid of any sort of consistency this season.

Update on Brendan Rodgers plans for the summer

The summer transfer window opened up on July 1rst and managers from around the world are preparing as well as upgrading their respective squads by signing new players and making a few changes within the team in itself.

Chelsea’s Jose Mourinho has already added RadamelFalcao to his team meanwhile Arsene Wenger of Arsenal secured the services of PetrCech. Many other transfers have been done in the Premier League as the summer transfer window has just started.

Diego Cavalieri is not going through the best of times

Back in July of 2008, the Brazilian shot-stopper Diego Cavalieri appeared to have a bright future ahead of him as the player was signed by Liverpool for a transfer fee of €3 million with the former coach of the Premier League club, Rafael Benitez considering Cavalieri to be good enough to compete against Pepe Reina.

Brazilian state championships startup is Exciting

The Brazilian state championships have just begun but Fluminense are already looking on course to title success this time around.

They have managed four consecutive victories and it has put them top of the table with a two-point advantage over Flamengo. Their goalkeeper, Diego Cavalieri, has featured in all of these four matches.

He says that it is a fantastic start by the team and one that will give them title success at the end of the campaign. Cavalieriwas speaking after his team not only kept a clean sheet but also recorded a 3-0 win over Boavista.

Diego Cavalieri still confident upon Fluminense

Fluminense improved a lot in the 2014 Brazilian Serie A season, but it was still not enough to secure them a place in the2015 Copa Libertadores.

The club finished just above the relegation zone in 2013, but the season that just concluded was mightily impressive considering that they almost managed to finish in the third spot.Internacional, São Paulo, and Cruzeiro were the teams who will be playing in theCopa Libertadores without having to involve any qualifying matches whereas Corinthians will play a qualifying match in order to reach the competition proper.

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