GAZETINHA 4 – Brazilian Championship Matchday 2

This week’s Gazetinha sees Euan Marshall (@euanmarshall) round up the second round of the Brazilian championship, as well as profiling Europe-bound Gabriel Barbosa (or Gabigol, if you can say that with a straight face) and heaping more praise on Santa Cruz.

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Gazeta Brasil

Good evening, dear readers. As you may or may not have noticed, I have begun a new video project with the help of Daniel Hunt of Fábrica Media and will start posting our latest videos here on ILFM for all you fine folk to enjoy.

The project is called Gazeta Brasil (which I’m not afraid to admit is a cheap play on Gazzetta Football Italia) and it involves yours truly speaking into a camera each week about all the latest Brazilian football business. We try to film at various interesting spots around São Paulo, like the excellent Mirante 9 de Julho, the Goethe-Institut (with their outstanding currywurst…) and the famous Paribar, and we’ve already got around twelve superb locations lined up for future episodes.

Check out episodes one, two and three and subscribe to our YouTube channel.

However, Daniel and I both have jobs and other commitments, so producing something that requires such preparation and production every single week was always unrealistic. That’s why I created Gazetinha, a concurrent series of simple, up-to-date videos to give you all your weekly fix of Brazilian football. Check out this week’s episode below:

Neither of us receive any sponsorship for these videos, so the best way to help is spreading the word and getting our content out there. Subscribe to our channel. Get your friends to subscribe. Get your parents to subscribe. Create an army of email aliases and get them to subscribe too.

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