Brazilfooty gets a makeover | Brazilfooty


Blogger, expert, passionate about Brazilian football and can manage more than five affiliated goalkeepers

What is going on here then?

Good morning sports fans, Brazilian football fans, life lovers, Brian friends, football pundits and appreciators of a good blog. Welcome to the first post in a new chapter of the Brazilfooty blog, which is undergoing a revamp.

Going forward, I will be using this site as a platform to exchange ideas and opinions about life in general, while continuing to post updates and thoughts on Brazilian football. Basically, this has become the blog equivalent of a beloved coffee shop where you can get coffee And the Your bike is stationary at the same time. How cool is that?

For those who visited Brazilfooty for Brazilian football content only and didn’t care about my opinions about anything else, I can only apologize. What I can say is that there will continue to be Brazilian football content here and I hope it will be interesting to think of something else as well.

Why do I do this? First, I feel there are things worth discussing with the world other than Brazilian football. Second, these conversations can’t always be had face to face, and since I’m sick of Big Tech and Facebook, I’m trying to find a new way to do it online. Third, given the state of my life these days – living in London and not living in Brazil – thoughts about things not related to Brazilian football tend to fill my mind. Fourth, I have come to grips with the idea that it is a good idea to be a professional economist, gambler And the Someone who loves Brazilian football, so I combine my online profiles into one.

All of that said, and while I believe I have things worth sharing with the world, I would like this to be a platform for exchanging thoughts and ideas, not just a way to promote my own opinions. So if you have something to say on any post, please leave a comment at the bottom of the post – that will make me happy. We hope it is easy to do.

For those who are not on my personal mailing list and want to follow the blog, enter your email address in the box at the bottom left of this page to get an alert every time a new post is published. You can also follow me on Twitter at @brazilfooty (I’ll be tweeting about Brazilian football, trolling people and doing other things off this handle). I’m going to get rid of my previous personal twitter account that I never used anyway.

For those who don’t know me, I’m the guy in the photo at the top of this post, the founder of this blog and the author of most (but not all) of the articles on here. What can I say? I am a professional economist during the day, I deal with the night. I live in London. I am a father, a husband. I live in Brazil. I love football, bars, surfing, nature, good stories – especially travel stories – Italian food. I love the characters in this world. More of that please. I’ve lived in a few different places and spent time thinking about things, including time itself, work-life balance issues, mindfulness and how to manage at least ten subordinate employees.

My personal thoughts can sometimes interfere with my thoughts at work. But of course, anything I post on this site reflects my personal opinions and not those of my employer. While I always try to give matters due consideration, especially at work, anything I write on this site may be complete nonsense, does not reflect my actual opinions at all and should be ignored, especially if it causes any controversy.

In case you are wondering why there is a blog about Brazilian football in the first place, I will conclude by saying why Brazilian football is important to me and this world: 1 / I have loved football since I can remember; 2 / I was inspired by some of the great players of Brazil and Seleção Past teams – they always seem to do things with style, taste, skill and distinction, which are good qualities that you must have when you do anything in life; 3/ Brazil is a country where people do things with their heart (well not everyone, but many), which is something I think we should always do when doing things, especially when we want to do them well; 4/ It is a beautiful country, an important country and we should all know more about it; 5/ I lived there, I speak the language and I think I can say something interesting about it; 6/ If you want to keep an eye on the best up-and-coming talents in world football, watch Brazil; 7/ The country is full of characters that the world needs more of.

And on that note, I welcome you to the new Brazil Championship, thank you for reading and signing right now. You will hear more in the coming weeks. If you liked what you read today and/or have something to share, leave a comment below, and subscribe to the email alerts below, Follow on Twitter Or contact us (


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