Kaká: a footballer of rare substance

The year was 1966; the month, November. American singer-songwriter Little Richard had just performed a brief but energetic gig at L’Olympia in Paris. In the surroundings of one of the French capital’s most intimate venues, the resurgent rocker knocked out a series of up-tempo ditties like Rip It Up and Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On. At…

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A Tale of One City: São Paulo

This feature is a part of A Tale of One City The Palmeiras players had seen enough, and they snapped. Like blood trickling down the water in front of a ravenous shark, they launched an astonishing attack on Corinthians’ Edílson, inflaming a mass brawl inside a stunned Morumbi stadium. There were those, including Brazil manager Wanderley…

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