The Brazilian Football Confederation has set a date for two matches for flamingo who are late for Brazilian Championship. Soon, duels against Atletico – PR (fourth round) and Atlético jo (19th round), November 2 and 5, respectively.
Given this scenario, the Rio de Janeiro club could run a four-game marathon in ten days. The start schedule anticipates matches on the weekends of October 30 and 31 and November 6 and 7.
- October 30/31: Atlético MG (Rio de Janeiro), the 29th round of the Brazilian League.
- November 2: Atlético-PR (Curitiba), fourth round of Brazil.
- November 5: Atlético Go (Rio de Janeiro), the 19th round of the Brazilian League.
- November 6/7/8: Chapecoense (Chapico), Round 30 of Brazil.
In addition to these games already scheduled, the red-black team still has the match against Syndicate (Second round), open. The Brazilian Football Confederation’s decision caused Flamengo’s vice president for external relations, Luiz Eduardo Baptista, to feel strange.
“The CBF has released the fixtures now. 4 matches in 8 days. Regardless of the call-ups. Isonomy, right? Well, then,” he wrote on Twitter.
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