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The Hut Group Holdings Plc (£THG) - A Valuation on 23 November 2020

2020.11.23 19:10 HaywardUCuddleme The Hut Group Holdings Plc (£THG) - A Valuation on 23 November 2020

A high-growth e-commerce and logistics platform trying to nail-down its business model and scale. Can they disrupt the global D2C online market and become Shopify meets Fulfillment-By-Amazon?
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The Company - The Hut Group Plc (£THG)

The Hut Group Holdings Plc (£THG) has an all-in-one, vertically integrated, e-commerce platform - called Ingenuity - that third-parties pay to access and use. The company also uses this platform to sell their own, as well as other brands’ products direct-to-consumers.
The company is made up of 3 main business lines:
It is a UK based and listed company run from Manchester that has been expanding rapidly across the globe. They still do most of their business in the UK (34% of revenues), but also have significant operations across the rest of Europe (26%), North America (16%) and most recently in Asia (24%).
The company has been growing explosively and riding the e-commerce and D2C boom. This growth is desirable, but low operating margins and high fixed costs have left the company with a lowly B1/B+ credit-rating, rendering their debt non-investment grade and highly-speculative.
On the other hand, I imagine that Matt Moulding’s credit is probably pretty good following his record-breaking £900m over-subscribed-IPO payout. 💰

The Story - “ Explosive Growth With Significant Global D2C Market Disruption Potential”

The Hut Group Holdings Plc (£THG) is a young, high-growth company building out and nailing down their business model, looking for scaling benefits, and looking to eventually transition towards profitability.
It operates in the newish, but already enormous, (1) D2C e-commerce market that is forecast to be worth £88bn across the globe by 2023. The company just raised £920m with their September IPO and will use this to (3) continue acquiring brands, developing their own products, and scaling their Ingenuity platform globally.
This continued expansion will develop into a (1) virtuous self-fulfilling cycle in which growth begets data, which drives improvements and develops new offerings, which delivers further growth. (2) As the business scales, operational optimization and their core logistics-competence will help them reduce their marginal costs and comfortably grow operating profitability to the weighted-average of the markets in which their business lines compete.
Although their use of consumer data and influencer marketing is thought to boost pricing power over the long-term, this will likely become the norm across the industry as their huge, deep-pocketed competitors transition their marketing strategies and spend heavily.
The company will continue to grow rapidly overseas, especially across the brand-centric Asias. It will remain a (4) D2C products and logistics service business with significant fixed costs, but with an increasingly global focus.
There is the possibility that the (5) Ingenuity platform will eventually be developed into a sort of Shopify meets Fulfilled by Amazon with a scaled influencer marketing integration. This would be extremely valuable and disruptive. But with the global competition they face (Amazon, Walmart, JD.com, Alibaba, eBay, Shopify, Rakuten, Unilever, L’Oreal, etc.), it will be difficult to dominate.

The Valuation Model Output Summary

Valuation Model Inputs & Links To Story
(1) Growth: Organic growth & acquisitions delivering a virtuous growth cycle. (2) Margins: Reaches average of competitors. Limited by the intensity of competition. (3) Reinvestment: Brand acquisitions, global expansion & clever use of data. (4) Capital Costs: Increasingly global D2C products and logistics service business with significant fixed costs driving an unexpectedly large chance of distress. (5) Optionality: Developing Ingenuity into a Shopify meets Fulfilled by Amazon with an Influencer Marketing platform that captures 5-7% of all global online D2C sales.
Figure 1: Valuation Model Output Summary Sheet

Monte-Carlo Simulation & Scenario Testing

Monte-Carlo Simulation is used to model uncertainty. This is done by assuming that the inputs to the valuation model - (1) Growth, (2) Margins, (3) Reinvestment, (4) Capital Costs & (5) Optionality - will likely come from a probability distribution around our estimates.
Values are picked randomly from these distributions millions of times in order to model what will happen to the valuation under different scenarios.
Monte-Carlo simulation was done on this company using the following distributions:
(1) Medium-Term Growth Rate -> Pert Distribution (2) Mature Operating Margin -> Uniform Distribution (4) Cost of Capital -> Triangle Distribution (5) Optionality -> Uniform Distribution
In 50% of scenarios, each share was intrinsically worth between £3.11 and £6.05.

Figure 2: Monte-Carlo Simulation Output Distribution of Intrinsic Value/Share

Current Price & Simulation Rating

Current Market Price/Share = £6.27 Estimated Intrisinc Value/Share = £4.65 Monet-Carlo Price Percentile = 70-80th Monte-Carlo Simulation Rating = Reduce
Based on the Monte-Carlo Simulation, in 70-80% of scenarios, the intrinsic value of each share is less than the Current Market Price, so £THG has a rating of Reduce.

Figure 3: Stock Prices & Estimated Intrinsic Value
As usual, if you have any questions, feel free to post them in the comments below.
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Peace and love, until next time.
Disclaimer: This does not constitute financial advice. It is independent research.
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2020.10.22 07:44 s---l- Why 12 points don't guarantee qualification (for the CL knockout stage) but you could conceivably qualify with 4

Edit: Thank you for the awards! First awards (ever) making my day :) I think this is a good chance to plug this thread by u/sauce_murica who explains the financials from the recent earnings call in a layman fashion too.
I kept seeing comments going like "10 points is enough to qualify" and I wanted to see if that was true.
Background: I did my maths degree at Imperial and would take the train up to Manchester for games - most notably being the 3-0 loss to Barca in 18/19. Long-ish time fan (since the 2008/09 season) but only recently got on reddevils.
I wanted to focus on the minimum number of points needed to guarantee placing at least 2nd in our CL group. Turns out, 10 points isn't enough. Heck, even 12 points isn't.
Why 12 points are (barely) not enough to qualify:
In a world where Basaksehir loses all their matches, and each of PSG, United and Leipzig win 1 and lose 1 of each remaining matchup, three teams would be on 12 points. Ties are broken according to these rules so United could wind up being 3rd based on goal difference in the head-to-heads. I'll represent one possible situation in a table (the first column is the home team, first row is the away team, and the cell entries are the result for the home team):
home \ away PSG MUN RBL BAS
PSG - L L W
MUN L - L W
RBL L L - W
BAS L L L -

Standings Team W D L Points
1 RB Leipzig 4 0 2 12
2 PSG 4 0 2 12
3 Man. United 4 0 2 12
4 Basaksehir 0 0 6 0
Another way to see this is: there are a maximum of 36 points on offer in the group stage. (This comes from there being 6 matchdays, 2 matches per matchday, and 3 points on offer (at maximum) per match.) In the example above, all 36 points were allocated such that the 3rd placed team still had 12 points - by giving the 1st and 2nd placed team at least 12 points as well.
This should make it clear that 10 points would definitely not be enough as well: if United drew one of the games they originally won from the above table, they would be stuck on 10 points and 3rd place in the table above.
What about 11 points?
Turns out this is where it gets interesting! TLDR: 11 points is not enough too, but it's closer than you would expect.
Earlier, we said that there are 36 points to distribute among the teams. Well, not quite - a draw for any match results in 2 points distributed instead of the usual 3, so:
no_of_points_distributed = 36 - no_of_draws
There is exactly one way for a team to play 6 matches and get 11 points: win 3, draw 2 and lose 1. (I'll call this 3-2-1). Thing is, since this team drew twice, two draws must have occured - so the number of points to be distributed is now at most 34 instead of 36. It's still possible to distribute the points in a way such that the 11-pointer doesn't qualify, but it takes some imagination. Here's an example:
home \ away PSG MUN RBL BAS
PSG - L L W
MUN L - D W
RBL L D - W
BAS L L L -

Standings Team W D L Points
1 PSG 4 0 2 12
2 RB Leipzig 3 2 1 11
3 Man. United 3 2 1 11
4 Basaksehir 0 0 6 0
This is also why 12 points with a 4-0-2 doesn't guarantee qualification, but 12 points with a 3-3-0 does.
What about the minimum number of points to have some chance qualifying?
We can turn around and ask the next natural question: how little points can the 2nd-placed team have and still qualify? I present another hypothetical scenario:
home \ away PSG MUN RBL BAS
PSG - L L L
MUN L - L L
RBL W W - W
BAS L L L -

Standings Team W D L Points
1 RB Leipzig 6 0 0 18
2 Man. United 2 0 4 6
3 PSG 2 0 4 6
4 Basaksehir 2 0 4 6
Again, United could squeeze through the group with as little as 6 points (of course, this is extremely unlikely.)
Is qualifying with 5 points possible?
Our knee-jerk reaction would be No - but it turns out this is possible! Using the same concept as earlier, United having 5 points means either 2 draws (1-2-3) or 5 draws (0-5-1) - both which mean less points in total to distribute, and allowing two teams to have less than or equal to 5 points.
This is the first case, with United going 1-2-3: (United could win the tiebreak over PSG on away goals if PSG win at Old Trafford 1-0, for example)
home \ away PSG MUN RBL BAS
PSG - L L D
MUN L - L D
RBL W W - W
BAS D D L -

Standings Team W D L Points
1 RB Leipzig 6 0 0 18
2 Man. United 1 2 3 5
3 PSG 1 2 3 5
4 Basaksehir 0 4 2 4
This is the second case, with PSG being the hypothetical team going 0-5-1:

home \ away PSG MUN RBL BAS
PSG - L D D
MUN D - W W
RBL D L - W
BAS D L W -

Standings Team W D L Points
1 Man. United 5 1 0 16
2 PSG 0 5 1 5
3 RB Leipzig 1 2 3 5
4 Basaksehir 1 2 3 5
Therefore it turns out you can qualify with as poor a record as 0-5-1 - purely because of the number of draws you enforce on the group stages!
What about qualifying with 4 points?
Only possible with 0-4-2, and not 1-1-4:
home \ away PSG MUN RBL BAS
PSG - L D D
MUN W - W W
RBL D L - D
BAS D L D -

Standings Team W D L Points
1 Man. United 6 0 0 18
2 PSG 0 4 2 4
3 RB Leipzig 0 4 2 4
4 Basaksehir 0 4 2 4
Then again, this scenario is prevented because United and Leipzig already won their first rounds.
What about qualifying with 3 points or fewer? Not possible, it gets too tight. (I'm also getting lazy haha.)
How likely is anything we've discussed?
Not likely at all. Let's look towards historical data (this is collected from Wikipedia):
What about specifically for United in our CL group?
I'm not in the business of predicting the outcomes of football matches, only looking at what the realm of possibilities are. That said, after MD1, FiveThirtyEight has us at 74% to qualify now, up from 58% when the draw was announced. The changes are below:
Team FiveThirtyEight probability of qualifying (after draw) FiveThirtyEight probability of qualifying (after MD1)
PSG 82% 62%
MUN 58% 74%
RBL 58% 63%
BAS 2% 1%
Edit: (realised this was being buried in comments so I'm leaving this here)
More tidbits for whoever's interested!
To summarize (do you see the pattern!)
Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Highest possible points 18 15 12 9
Lowest possible points 6 4 2 0
(and from the table above:
Summary (so far):
Thanks for reading till the end! If you liked this content I will put up a similar post exploring the possibilities at around the MD4 or MD5 mark. Stay tuned :)
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2020.10.09 06:15 LiquidMedicine [Econ] Miserable in Comfort

United Kingdom - 2020

 
2020 has been, at least, a turbulent year for the United Kingdom. The COVID-19 pandemic has ushered in unprecedented times of paranoia and uncertainty, and no facet of life has gone unaffected. Yet, as the year comes to a close, and with it, the pandemic slows, the UK has the resolve to come out stronger and more powerful. In the final months of 2020, the Tory government announced a series of sweeping infrastructure updates, which have received widespread domestic support.
 
HS2 Construction - Phase One and Two
 
Planned to be completed in roughly early to mid 2026, Phase One of construction on the new HS2 railway, which will carry passengers at a routine speed of 225 mph between London and Birmingham. This is an upgrade from previous plans, which were reviewed and subsequently redrafted in 2019, which placed the HS2 line at a routine operating speed of only 205 mph. This increase in commute time could be vital to keeping the connection between two of Britain’s most major cities. Plans for Phase Two have been approved, and the government has taken the first steps to prepare construction to the city of Crewe, and eventually into Manchester by late 2026. Additionally, plans have been drawn up and preparations begun for Phase Two construction in the East Midlands ranging out to 2027.
 
Crossrail Construction Resumption
 
Crossrail, an underground rail development in the London area running east-west across the city designed to alleviate overcrowding on the city’s existing transport systems. Originally planned to open in 2018, Crossrail has been over-budget for some time. Additionally, construction was halted for much of 2020, further delaying the line from opening. However, with a budget now reaching nearly 20 billion pounds, with one of the operating companies, Transport for London, ordering an additional four tunnel-boring machines (These things are dope btw) from German company Herrenknecht AG, which has supplied the previous ten machines used in this operation. Additionally, they have sought to acquire powerful Ground-penetrating radars from American company Raytheon Systems. Authorities plan to use ground-penetrative techniques, combined with Inpipe-Penetrating Radar techniques in nearby buildings and sewers to more efficiently excavate tunnels and preserve any potential archaeological artefacts. This will also speed up estimated completion time. The government now expects Crossrail to be completed by December 2021.
 
Crossrail Preservation Efforts
 
The Crossrail construction has been a dream opportunity for archaeologists, who have found numerous artefacts in the construction zones of the tunnels beneath London. With improved radar techniques, combined with efforts working alongside international groups of archaeologists and preservationists, to ensure that we can recover our history and learn more of those who came before. However, with the current Tory government encouraging the shift of DCMS-controlled historical and cultural centers to a commercial-based platform, The McDonald Institute of Archaeological Research at Cambridge has invested in a multi-level, permanent exhibit dedicated to the preservation and display of everyday artefacts discovered in the dirt beneath England, free to the public. They have made an effort to acquire as many artefacts from private collectors, as well as the construction companies, as possible, and have an impressive 80-item exhibit.
 
Heathrow Airport Expansion
 
London is a crowded city, but at a certain point, it gets a little obnoxious. And with everyone a bit more on-edge regarding proximity and crowds following the COVID-19 pandemic, it is obvious that London needs to expand its transport capacity in multiple sectors. The Heathrow Expansion was a go for 2020, however it was halted in February 2020 over climate concerns. Following a reconsideration of the plans, and subsequent passing by a Tory-led parliament, the runway is to go ahead as planned for construction, despite the possibility of increasing CO2 emissions of the airport by millions of tonnes per year. The new third runway, which would run above the M25 speedway, would only disrupt the two communities of Harmondsworth and Longford. Additionally, a new terminal will be constructed on the southwest side of the airport to better facilitate travel, as the airport currently operates at 98% capacity. Two hotels will also be constructed on-site at Heathrow to improve passenger experience, with contracts being bidded off to British company Travelodge and American company Wyndham Worldwide. Finally, public transport routes will be optimized, and additional stops and services will be provided. Overall, this is estimated to bring in a huge number of temporary jobs during the construction phase, as well as at least 2,000 permanent jobs at the airport alone post-upgrade. This is not to mention the unspeakable economic benefits of increasing the capacity of Britain’s most valuable economic lifeline.
 
5G Rollout
 
Perhaps the most controversial of the new rollouts, the UK government has dropped Huawei for 5G negotiations following increased wariness of potential security concerns regarding Chinese-made electronics. The government has since sought to secure a deal with Swedish tech giant Ericsson. Although some networks have launched minor, localized test 5G networks, Ericsson will be tasked with providing the entirety of the United Kingdom with 5G access, using their patented MIMO-based method for transmission. Speedy implementation of 5G is critical to the UK’s post-COVID economic recovery, and Ericsson plans to have a majority of population centers covered by 5G by 2022. They plan to work closely with local government, and existing 5G networks with companies such as Vodafone, to ensure Britain can be as interconnected as possible.
 
Investing in Information
 
With the news breaking of underwater data centers being found not only effective, but environmentally sustainable in the long-term, the government leaped into action to ensure this success, which took place off the coast of the Orkney Islands, remained as localized to the UK as possible.
It is true that the waters north of Scotland are the ideal conditions for Microsoft’s underwater data centers. As such, the government seeks to acquire a contract for Microsoft to place up to twelve more data centers of varying sizes, perhaps dedicated to quantum computations or AI research, in key recommended locations off the coast of the UK, primarily off the northern and western coasts of Scotland. With other companies now seeking to get in on the action, the government has also permitted what is considered a lofty, ambitious project.
UK company New Generation Data Europe, who operates Europe’s largest datacenter in Wales, is seeking to create a large datacenter off the northern coast of Wales, the size of which dwarfs any experiments done to date. Though in the early phases of planning, the company expects to use the information learned from this experiment to upgrade its main center, which operates on a massive computer first designed in 1998.
 
TLDR;
UK economy go brr
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2020.10.01 18:13 flyinmacaronimonster Absentee and In-Person Voting in New Hampshire: A Detailed Guide to Voting in Manchester

IN-PERSON VOTER REGISTRATION AT YOUR CITY/TOWN CLERK'S OFFICE HAS ENDED, BUT YOU CAN STILL REGISTER TO VOTE AND THEN CAST YOUR BALLOT AT YOUR POLLING PRECINCT ON ELECTION DAY.

POLLING HOURS VARY. SEE LINK BELOW FOR MORE DETAILS

https://app.sos.nh.gov/Public/PartyInfo.aspx
**YOU CAN ONLY DROP OFF YOUR BALLOT IN YOUR OWN MUNICIPALITY THAT YOU ARE VOTING IN.
(Check town website for hours)
MANCHESTER CITY HALL: One City Hall Plaza, Manchester, NH 03101
https://www.manchesternh.gov/Departments/City-Clerk
SURROUNDING TOWNS (Clockwise from Bedford)
BEDFORD TOWN HALL: 24 N Amherst Rd, Bedford, NH 03110
https://www.bedfordnh.org/240/Town-Clerk
GOFFSTOWN TOWN HALL: 16 Main St, Goffstown, NH 03045
https://www.goffstown.com/dept/th/town-hall-town-clerk
HOOKSETT TOWN HALL: 35 Main St, Hooksett, NH 03106
https://www.hooksett.org/home/news/absentee-ballot-and-other-voting-information-available-here
CANDIA TOWN HALL: 74 High St, Candia, NH 03034
https://www.candianh.org/elections/
AUBURN TOWN HALL: 47 Chester Road, Auburn, NH 03032
https://www.auburnnh.us/town-clerk
CHESTER TOWN HALL: 84 Chester St, Chester, NH 03036
https://www.chesternh.org/town-clerk-tax-collector
DERRY TOWN HALL: 14 Manning St, Derry, NH 03038
https://www.derrynh.org/town-clerk
LONDONDERRY TOWN HALL: 268B Mammoth Rd, Londonderry, NH 03053
https://www.londonderrynh.org/
LITCHFIELD TOWN HALL: 2 Liberty Way, Litchfield, NH 03052
https://litchfieldnh.gov/contact-2/
MERRIMACK TOWN HALL: 6 Baboosic Lake Rd, Merrimack, NH 03054
https://www.merrimacknh.gov/town-clerk-tax-collector
CITY & TOWN CLERK DIRECTORY: http://nhctca.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/CLERK-DIRECTOR-08-01-2020.pdf
ALL BALLOTS DROPPED OFF NEED TO BE DROPPED OFF BY 5:00 ON THE DAY BEFORE ELECTION DAY (Monday, November 2).
Hey people of New Hampshire!
Absentee ballots are starting to go out, so here's what you need to know:

VOTER REGISTRATION

If you are not registered to vote, plan to register to vote today. NEW HAMPSHIRE HAS NO ONLINE VOTER REGISTRATION, so there are (3) main methods of voter registration:
(1) register in-person at your Town Clerk's office.
(2) call your town clerk and ask them to mail you one (IT IS, AT THIS POINT OF TIME, IT IS BEST TO REGISTER IN-PERSON)
(3) Register to vote at the polls on Election Day (**NEW HAMPSHIRE HAS SAME-DAY VOTER REGISTRATION)
NOTE: In-person registration prior to Election Day need to be done at a time before the Supervisor of the Checklist Meeting occurs in your city or town; this can be any time between 6-13 days before the election (between Wednesday, October 21 and Wednesday, October 28). The specific date for this meeting varies by city & town, so check with your local municipality to see when that meeting will take place.
YOU CANNOT PRINT A VOTER REGISTRATION FORM ONLINE AND SEND IT IN TO YOUR CITY/TOWN CLERK; YOU WOULD HAVE TO CONTACT YOUR CLERK AND THEN HAVE A REGISTRATION FORM MAILED TO YOU.
https://sos.nh.gov/elections/voters/register-to-vote/
https://sos.nh.gov/elections/voters/register-to-vote/registering-to-vote-in-new-hampshire/
https://www.vote.org/state/new-hampshire/
NEW HAMPSHIRE HAS NO EARLY VOTING, so you can either vote absentee-by-mail, or in-person on Election Day.

VOTING ABSENTEE-BY-MAIL:

If you are want to vote absentee by mail, request a ballot now. You can drop off this form to your City or Town Clerk's office
https://sos.nh.gov/elections/voters/absentee-ballots/request-an-absentee-ballot/
If you have requested and received and you have requested and received your ballot, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE YOU FILL IN YOUR BALLOT, then fill in your ballot, and then MAKE SURE TO SIGN YOUR NAME IN THE CORRECT PLACE. Forgetting to sign your name is a common, yet easily avoidable, reason for ballot rejection.
Once you are done, DO NOT MAIL BACK YOUR BALLOT.
New Hampshire, by design, makes it very easy for you to drop-off your ballot, because, like all other states in New England (as well as Michigan and Wisconsin),
Unlike all the states as mentioned above, NEW HAMPSHIRE DOES NOT HAVE DROP-BOXES.
IF YOUR CITY OR TOWN HAS A DROP-BOX OR A MAIL SLOT, THAT IT IS NOT INTENDED TO BE USED FOR BALLOTS (IT WOULD BE USED FOR OTHER PURPOSES). UNDER NEW HAMPSHIRE STATE LAW, YOU CANNOT DROP OFF YOUR BALLOT IN THAT DROP-BOX OR MAIL SLOT.
https://www.concordmonitor.com/ballot-dropoff-voting-absentee-new-hampshire-election-35719391
Instead, you would need to hand-deliver your ballot to your City or Town Clerk's office during business hours. A directory to ALL City or Town Clerk's Offices can be found at the top of the page.
It is recommended that show a valid form of photo ID, when delivering your ballot to the Clerk's Office. If the voter proves identity, the larger envelope and the Clerk’s list of absentee voters will be marked “voter verified.”
If the voter’s absentee ballot is challenged on election day, the Moderator may consider this evidence that the voter’s identity was verified by the clerk when ruling on the challenge. This is not a requirement, but you should do it if you have proper ID.
You can find a list of valid Photo ID here (Again, to make it clear, while showing ID when dropping off your ballot is voluntary, if you have one of these forms of ID when dropping off your ballot, you may as well show it):
https://sos.nh.gov/elections/information/election-laws/voter-identification-law/
If you cannot drop off yourself, you can designate somebody else as a delivery agent to have them drop your ballot off for you.
IF YOU DESIGNATE SOMEBODY TO DROP IT OFF FOR YOU, they may either deliver your ballot to the Clerk's Office by 5:00pm on the day before the Election (Monday, November 2) OR they could ALSO drop it off at the voters local polling precinct (NOT any polling precinct, but the voter's specific polling precinct) by 5:00pm on Election Day.
To be clear, YOU CANNOT DROP OFF A BALLOT YOURSELF ON ELECTION DAY; ONLY IF YOU HAVE SOMEBODY ELSE DROP IT OFF FOR YOU, ON YOUR BEHALF, CAN A BALLOT BE DROPPED OFF ON ELECTION DAY.
FAMILY MEMBERS (limited to a spouse, parent, sibling, child, grandchild, father-in-law, mother-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, stepparent, or a stepchild) can be designated as a delivery agent, as can nursing home and elder care facility administrators, and a person assisting a voter with a disability who signs the disabled voter's absentee ballot affidavit.
Delivery agents can drop off ballots for NO MORE THAN 4 VOTERS, INCLUDING themselves.
http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/LXIII/657/657-17.htm
If you act as a delivery agent, you must fill out a form, and provide a valid form of Photo ID.
https://sos.nh.gov/elections/information/election-laws/voter-identification-law/
NOTE: YOUR PHOTO ID MUST BE CURRENT TO 5 YEARS TO THE DATE OF THE ELECTION (Expired no later than November 3, 2015).
*IF YOU NEED TO UPDATE YOUR ID, AND YOU ARE PLANNING ON VOTING IN-PERSON YOU SHOULD UPDATE YOUR ID RIGHT NOW.

VOTING IN-PERSON ON ELECTION DAY

If you want to vote in-person on Election Day, simply show up to your polling precinct and vote. If you have not registered on Election Day, you can register to vote at the polls, as mentioned above.
WHETHER OR NOT YOU ARE REGISTERED, YOU MUST BRING A VALID FORM OF PHOTO ID IN ORDER TO VOTE IN-PERSON. As well, YOUR PHOTO ID MUST BE CURRENT TO 5 YEARS TO THE DATE OF THE ELECTION (Expired no later than November 3, 2015).
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You can find a list of valid Photo ID here:
https://sos.nh.gov/elections/information/election-laws/voter-identification-law/
LINKS TO SOURCES:
https://sos.nh.gov/elections/voters/register-to-vote/
https://sos.nh.gov/elections/voters/register-to-vote/registering-to-vote-in-new-hampshire/
https://www.vote.org/state/new-hampshire/ [YOU CANNOT PRINT A VOTER REGISTRATION FORM ONLINE AND SEND IT IN TO YOUR CITY/TOWN CLERK; YOU WOULD HAVE TO CONTACT YOUR CLERK AND THEN HAVE A REGISTRATION FORM MAILED TO YOU]
https://sos.nh.gov/elections/voters/elections-voting-division/
https://sos.nh.gov/elections/voters/voting-during-covid-19-state-of-emergency/ [ABSENTEE VOTING IN NH DURING COVID-19]
https://www.manchesternh.gov/Departments/City-Clerk
http://nhctca.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/CLERK-DIRECTOR-08-01-2020.pdf [CITY & TOWN CLERK DIRECTORY]
https://sos.nh.gov/elections/information/election-laws/voter-identification-law/ [VOTER ID]
https://sos.nh.gov/media/1g0l0ix5/covid-19-how-to-request-absentee-voter-registration-and-absentee-ballot-packets.pdf [COVID-19 VOTING INSTRUCTIONS]
https://www.concordmonitor.com/ballot-dropoff-voting-absentee-new-hampshire-election-35719391 [YOU CANNOT DROP OFF YOUR BALLOTS IN A DROP-BOX AND/OR AFTER-HOURS]
https://www.bedfordnh.org/512/Absentee-Ballot-Applications [example of a town’s absentee ballot procedure, and proof that ballots need to be dropped off before Election day]
https://www.nashuanh.gov/199/Absentee-Ballots [example of a city’s absentee ballot procedure, and proof that ballots need to be dropped off before Election Day]
http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/LXIII/657/657-17.htm [DESIGNATED AGENT LAW]
https://www.nhpr.org/post/2020-elections-guide-how-vote-absentee-or-polls-nh-during-covid-19#stream/0 [GENERAL INFORAMATION ABOUT THE ELECTION]
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2020.09.25 08:19 JauneSiriusWhut BMW: Cool colors edition

BMW has put some nice colors on the recent M models, especially the M4 and M3 F80. This post collects all the cool unique colors on those cars. This is a very subjective list of course, because I excluded the standard colors (so BMW Individual or resprays/wraps only). Color names might not be correct, but it can be pretty hard to see them correctly here. If you have suggestions, feel free!

For colors, check:
https://f80.bimmerpost.com/forums/showthread.php?t=953954

M3 F80
Fashion Grey
Toronto - 2018
Vaughan - 2018
Deerfield - 2018
Melbourne - 2019
Mississauga - 2019
Toronto - 2019
Blue
Nijmegen - 2019
Atlantis Blue
London - 2017
Estoril Blue
Amsterdam - 2019
Laguna Seca Blue
Aurora - 2019
Green
Vaughan - 2018
Worcester Park - 2019
Green matte
Vancouver - 2018
Champagne Quartz
St Petersburg - 2018
Green/Grey
Amsterdam - 2019
Nardo Grey/Grigio Telesto
Markham - 2017
New York City - 2017
Los Angeles - 2018
Paramus - 2018
Bellevue - 2018
Bellevue - 2018
London - 2019
Grey matte
Singapore - 2019
Singapore - 2019
Orange
Shenley - 2016
Hornchurch - 2018
Waltham Abbey - 2018
Los Angeles - 2019
Mountain View - 2020
Purple
Singapore - 2018
Purple/Blue pearlescent
New Haven - 2018
Hellrot Red
Dundee - 2019
Imola Red
Fort Lauderdale - 2016
Manhasset - 2018
Santa Monica - 2019
Yellow
Richmond Hill - 2018
Singapore - 2018
Singapore - 2018
Singapore - 2018

M4 Coupe
Santorini Blue
Toronto - 2018
Blue
Seoul - 2018
Tanzanite Blue
Epsom - Blue
Camo wrap
Prague - 2017
Green
Mississauga - 2016
Toronto - 2018
Sunny Isles Beach - 2019
Edinburgh - 2020
Ocean Green
North Miami - 2018
Champagne Quartz
West Hollywood - 2016
London - 2017
Nardo Grey/Grigio Telesto
Oakville - 2016
Melbourne - 2018
Norwood - 2018
Santa Barbara - 2018
Singapore - 2019
Miami - 2019
New York City - 2019
Grey matte
London - 2016
Grey/Blue-ish
Aventura - 2018
Orange
Oklahoma City - 2016
Red
Glendale - 2018
Doral - 2018
Toronto - 2019
Merida - 2019
Red matte
Tokyo - 2017
Vancouver - 2018
Key Biscayne - 2019
Yellow
Farnham - 2017
Toronto - 2017
Moscow - 2018
Singapore - 2019

M4 Convertible
Blue matte
Melbourne - 2019
Green
Manchester - 2017
Champagne Quartz
Chicago - 2017
Velden am Wörther See - 2018
Rotterdam - 2019
Boca Raton - 2019
Boca Raton - 2019
Orange
Vaughan - 2018
Reading - 2019
Singapore - 2019
Singapore - 2019
Purple
Carmel-by-the-Sea - 2017
Henley-on-Thames - 2018
San Diego - 2018
Red
Laguna Beach - 2016
Dark Red
New Orleans - 2018
Yellow
Toronto - 2018
Taipei - 2019
Thousand Oaks - 2019
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2020.09.23 20:55 JauneSiriusWhut Some cool randoms

The Netherlands
Shelby GT350!
https://www.google.nl/maps/@50.8442153,5.6903106,3a,33.1y,91.53h,78.09t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sfRU1BvufpfkS7fSbjBTDFw!2e0!5s20150601T000000!7i16384!8i8192?hl=nl

Canada
570S (Coquitlam)
https://www.google.nl/maps/@49.2739195,-122.7904442,3a,15.4y,117.36h,86.75t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1scfn-g9z_EP3UEojByQWW8Q!2e0!5s20190901T000000!7i16384!8i8192?hl=nl
Aventador 50 Anniversario! (Toronto)
https://www.google.nl/maps/@43.7233325,-79.3303189,3a,41.6y,109.99h,80.67t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1shmETuuAj3wsYoXhqQpbzpw!2e0!5s20170801T000000!7i13312!8i6656?hl=nl&authuser=0
Yellow M4 (Toronto)
https://www.google.nl/maps/@43.7209117,-79.3295593,3a,15.6y,355.72h,89.43t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sA4ELTHP_j1zNhC82xhl6TA!2e0!5s20170801T000000!7i13312!8i6656?hl=nl&authuser=0
(2014) Viper SRT-10 Roadster (West Vancouver)
https://www.google.nl/maps/@49.3442194,-123.1771339,3a,20.8y,225.89h,82.24t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1su673XIvY1elhTA_MKVTU8A!2e0!5s20140601T000000!7i13312!8i6656?hl=nl
(2016) Gallardo LP560-4 2013 (Burlington)
https://www.google.com/maps/@43.3522908,-79.7562989,3a,16y,140.2h,88.85t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1srK6pck1Ej22m68R3da2GuA!2e0!5s20160501T000000!7i13312!8i6656?hl=en
Evora S (Toronto)
https://www.google.com.ua/maps/@43.7574563,-79.3973232,3a,40.6y,139.4h,85.09t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sdPYTajprh7ueTBDDqMvfcw!2e0!5s20190601T000000!7i16384!8i8192?hl=en
Saleen S331 (West Vancouver)
https://www.google.fmaps/@49.3417559,-123.1519965,3a,42y,52.37h,84.03t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1s7Lmu2wLBmgvsuSlTGbMZlQ!2e0!5s20120501T000000!7i13312!8i6656

Australia
720S (Gold Coast)
https://www.google.com/maps/@-27.8781254,153.3622165,3a,15y,96.89h,86.46t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sfxOqv4acZQoXxmrrv0mu7Q!2e0!5s20180901T000000!7i13312!8i6656

Austria
Nice F-Type R
https://www.google.nl/maps/@48.2758774,16.355287,3a,27.4y,180.4h,80.14t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1smyKLAs_bd54JhmLUfGCCFg!2e0!5s20190601T000000!7i16384!8i8192?hl=nl&authuser=0
I8
https://www.google.nl/maps/@48.2912947,16.3382535,3a,42.4y,209.96h,79.73t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sRlE3fDrO0dj_Q4Pb_zI_vg!2e0!5s20190601T000000!7i16384!8i8192?hl=nl&authuser=0

Japan
Cool Ghibli
https://www.google.nl/maps/@35.6196572,139.678902,3a,25.9y,169.53h,88.74t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sEYbdpQ5ytVLJ9FO2K9qheQ!2e0!5s20190101T000000!7i16384!8i8192?hl=nl&authuser=0
Alpina B6 Gran Coupé
https://www.google.nl/maps/@35.6139804,139.6591875,3a,31.2y,164.78h,85.48t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sqJmkkffRKEiz4BHyWWRHSA!2e0!5s20200301T000000!7i16384!8i8192?hl=nl&authuser=0

England
AMG GT (Manchester)
https://www.google.nl/maps/@53.4755832,-2.2618373,3a,15y,58.53h,87.14t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sFI1oH9sOiDPx3xaU6Z0FpQ!2e0!5s20190701T000000!7i16384!8i8192
M3 F80 CS (Maidstone)
https://www.google.nl/maps/@51.2694213,0.5171951,3a,24.6y,225.81h,85.54t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sUaVSry_Le4i_AftEahNYLQ!2e0!5s20190501T000000!7i13312!8i6656
Ghost Black Badge, Brabus G-class & Overfinch Vogue (London)
https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@51.5790643,-0.1587536,3a,68.6y,145.76h,82.04t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1saxWZrPKnOx_TjpSiqEtGag!2e0!5s20190501T000000!7i16384!8i8192
(2017) RS4 Cabriolet
https://www.google.com/maps/@52.0972277,0.1348328,3a,15y,105.84h,83.24t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1s_gZrinFsNuUpalsHHFNiLw!2e0!7i13312!8i6656
(2014) Noble M12 GTO (Kingston upon Thames)
https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@51.4236446,-0.2972837,3a,34.3y,101.15h,84.62t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1scyglq8HCpu8apI7pYe_ELw!2e0!5s20140901T000000!7i13312!8i6656?hl=en
Cool M3 F80 (London)
https://www.google.com.ua/maps/@51.4385674,-0.1540565,3a,32.4y,10.51h,80.86t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sS-SKhGyIASdBdzz6ckuAEg!2e0!5s20190401T000000!7i16384!8i8192?hl=en
RS7 (Liverpool)
https://www.google.nl/maps/@53.408373,-2.9929413,3a,27.1y,152.99h,80.55t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1s4n9A8mGE2HI6DOIyQKBAxw!2e0!7i16384!8i8192?hl=nl
Matte facelift S63 AMG Coupé (Liverpool)
https://www.google.nl/maps/@53.4088765,-2.9936602,3a,44.7y,344h,79.33t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1s2MATOmU772HhrNJ5UP6xig!2e0!5s20190801T000000!7i16384!8i8192?hl=nl
(2015) Rapide S, RS6 Avant, C63 AMG Coupe & GTC (Merstham)
https://www.google.com/maps/@51.2638919,-0.1506804,3a,19.7y,165.56h,85.11t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1s8smhCWk4YUt4OsP5DHb6Sw!2e0!5s20141001T000000!7i13312!8i6656

Lithuania
(2012) CLS63 AMG
https://www.google.com/maps/@55.913967,21.0559389,3a,26.4y,319.42h,83.2t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sHE9GtiY3UDGdaRLrUK-koA!2e0!7i13312!8i6656

Scotland
2017 GTR (Glasgow)
https://www.google.com.ua/maps/@55.8656052,-4.2839781,3a,90y,141.56h,65.56t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sQcjhUnDEhnlr2UUNqLfPxA!2e0!5s20190801T000000!7i16384!8i8192?hl=en
(2018) nice RS7 (Glasgow)
https://www.google.com.ua/maps/@55.867535,-4.2782882,3a,90y,13.38h,61.88t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sWRUC-yguSzkT_bGi89jXSQ!2e0!5s20180501T000000!7i16384!8i8192?hl=en
(2012) SLS AMG (Glasgow)
https://www.google.com.ua/maps/@55.867431,-4.2772809,3a,75y,334.39h,70.54t,0data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1s24PYi1W28dECaFHxyKqtxg!2e0!5s20120901T000000!7i13312!8i6656?hl=en
(2015) 991 GT3 (Glasgow)
https://www.google.com.ua/maps/@55.8666916,-4.2748346,3a,29y,185.93h,76.43t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1slhC2Bm8nwkdqKeT3WuCoAw!2e0!5s20150701T000000!7i13312!8i6656?hl=en
AMG GT-C (Glasgow)
https://www.google.com/maps/@55.8692303,-4.2795182,3a,42.2y,357.69h,79.16t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1s6RFxH98m_wCA0nfoSlgBTg!2e0!5s20190801T000000!7i16384!8i8192?hl=hu
Drophead Coupe (Glasgow)
https://www.google.com/maps/@55.8688942,-4.2811948,3a,17.3y,154.94h,85.56t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1s2EUmzP4joLQdZz4PjEUjmQ!2e0!5s20190801T000000!7i16384!8i8192?hl=hu
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2020.09.23 12:35 majinmattossj2 Brazilian Big12 series, Episode 10/12: Palmeiras

Previous episodes: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Grêmio, Botafogo, Atlético Mineiro, Internacional, Corinthians, Santos
In this series I will present each of the 12 Brazilian teams that together compose the "Big 12". My point is to make them more knowledgeable to you, since each one of these teams have their share of the Brazil national team success and of Brazilian club football accomplishments as a whole. I'll try to be as smooth, efficient and non-boring as I can. If the feedback is positive, I'll keep bringing more to this series. So ok, let's do this!
Method: I'll present the teams in a chronological order, from the oldest foundation (Flamengo-1895) to the latest one (São Paulo-1930). The order will be: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Grêmio, Botafogo, Atlético Mineiro, Internacional, Corinthians, Santos, Palmeiras, Cruzeiro, São Paulo. How many of these have you heard of?
Extra clubs: Due to a high number of requests, I'll also present 3 teams who don't belong to the Big12, but are also considered big clubs in Brazil: Bahia, Athletico Paranaense and Coritiba. Welcome to the club!
Geographical reference: Before we start, I'd like to ask something very simple from you. I want you to keep in mind that these 12 teams are spread in 4 different States in Brazil. The club's State name is written below, next to the club's name. It has a direct link to Google Maps, so that you can check it out to make this experience more accurate.

Episode 10/12: Palmeiras (State: São Paulo), founded in 1914

State rivals: Corinthians, São Paulo, Santos

Stadium: Allianz Parque (New) / Parque Antarctica (Old)

Mascot: Pig

Major achievements: 1 Copa Rio (1951), 1 Copa Libertadores (1999), 10 Brazilian Leagues (1960, 1967, 1967, 1969, 1972, 1973, 1993, 1994, 2016, 2018), 3 Copa do Brasil (1998, 2012, 2015), 1 Copa Mercosul (1998)

State League titles: 23 (Against Corinthians' 30, Santos' 22, São Paulo's 21)

PLAY AND LISTEN TO PALMEIRAS ANTHEM WHILE READING - Click here
Palestra Italia and the first decades
Palmeiras was founded as Palestra Italia in 1914, by Italian immigrants in São Paulo. In the 1920s, they acquired the ground of the Antarctica company, which included the Parque Antarctica stadium. On this decade, Palestra won 3 State Leagues and finished 2nd on three other opportunities. At this time and until 1959, there wasn't a national league yet, due to Brazil's huge size and weak infrastructure, so the State Leagues were the main tournament, which Palestra would win 5 more times in the 1930s. They also won the 1st edition of the prestigious Rio-São Paulo Tournament, a regional league attended by big teams from São Paulo and Rio only.
1942: World War II and Palestra becomes Palmeiras
Brazil were neutral in the 2nd World War until 1942, when they declared war against the Axis (Italy, Germany, Japan). This forced every club name related to these countries to be reconsidered, so Palestra Italia became Palestra.
However, the Brazilian government demanded that Palestra was also removed from the club's name, despite it being a greek word. Palmeiras was then adopted, to keep the letter P and in honor of the Associação Atlética das Palmeiras, an extinct club that helped Palestra on their early days.
In the 1940s, they won 4 more State Leagues titles, but were still behind their rival Corinthians on the overall counting - they would only surpass Corinthians in State League titles for the first time in 1972, keeping the record until 1982, to never surpass them again.
1951: Copa Rio, Palmeiras' first club world title
The Copa Rio was the first attempt of a club world cup, preceding the creation of the Intercontinental Cup in 1960.
Group Club Qualification
A Palmeiras 1950 State League champion
B Vasco (Brazil) 1950 State League champion
A Juventus (Italy) 1950 Serie A champion
B Sporting (Portugal) 1950 Portuguese League champion
A Red Star (Yugoslavia) 1950 Yugoslavia Cup champion
B Austria Wien (Austria) 1950 Austrian League champion
A Nice (France) 1951 French League champion
B Nacional (Uruguay) 1950 Uruguayan League champion
Palmeiras placed 2nd inside their group, beating Nice 3-0, Red Star 2-1 and losing to Juventus 0-4. In the semis, they beat Vasco 2-1 and tied 0-0 in the return leg, before facing Juventus in the final.
Stage Result Attendance Venue
Final Palmeiras 1-0 Juventus 56.961 Maracanã
Final Palmeiras 2-2 Juventus 100.093 Maracanã
In the final 2nd leg, Juventus opened the score at '18, but Palmeiras tied at '47. Juventus scored again at '63, but Palmeiras equalized it at '77. The match ended 2-2, and Palmeiras were crowned club world champions.
The 1960s: the first Academy of Football
After the Copa Rio title in 1951, Palmeiras won one more Rio-São Paulo Tournament in 1951 and one State League title in 1959, beating Pelé's Santos 2-1 on the last and decisive match.
In the 1960s, the Brazilian press gave Palmeiras the alias Academy of Football, due to the extreme class and technique of their teams. Players of the caliber of Ademir da Guia, Djalma Santos, Dudu, Julinho Botelho, Zequinha and Tupãzinho won Palmeiras several titles in the 1960s: 4 Brazilian Leagues (1960, 1967, 1967, 1969), 2 State Leagues (1963, 1966) and 1 Rio-São Paulo Tournament (1965). The 1960s Palmeiras are notably known for stopping Pelé's Santos from winning almost everything in the decade.
Player Period Apps Goals Brazil NT caps Goals World Cup att.
Ademir da Guia 1962-77 902 153 14 - 1 (1974)
Dudu 1964-75 609 25 13 1 -
Julinho Botelho 1958-67 269 81 24 11 1 (1954)
Djalma Santos 1959-68 498 10 100 3 4 (1954, 1958, 1962, 1966)
Zequinha 1958-68 417 40 16 2 1 (1962)
Tupãzinho 1963-68 231 122 - - -
They also reached two Copa Libertadores finals: in 1961, Palmeiras lost to Peñarol (0-1, 1-1), and in 1968, to Estudiantes (1-2, 3-1, 0-2).
The 1970s: the second Academy of Football
The second wave of Palmeiras' Football Academy took place in the 1970s. Still led by Ademir da Guia and Dudu, the club was reinforced by Luís Pereira, Leivinha, César Maluco and Leão.
Player Period Apps Goals Brazil NT caps Goals World Cup att.
Luís Pereira 1968-75 346 19 38 1 1 (1974)
Leivinha 1971-75 268 108 27 7 1 (1974)
César Maluco 1967-75 327 182 13 1 1 (1974)
Leão 1968-78 617 - 105 - 4 (1970, 1974, 1978, 1986)
Together at Palmeiras, these monsters won 2 Brazilian Leagues (1972, 1973) and 2 State Leagues (1972, 1974). In the 1974 World Cup, Palmeiras provided Brazil with 6 players (Leão, Luís Pereira, Leivinha, César Maluco, Ademir da Guia and Alfredo), finishing in the 4th place.
In the end, the Palmeiras Academy won the same number of Brasileirão titles as Pelé's Santos (6) and reached the same number of Copa Libertadores finals (2). However, they won 6 fewer State League titles (4x10).
Highlights to the 1973 Brazilian League title, with only 3 defeats in 40 matches. In the final stage, Palmeiras beat 1-0 the strong Cruzeiro of Nelinho, Piazza, Palhinha and Dirceu Lopes, away at the Mineirão stadium, with this goal from Edu Bala at '74. Then they beat 2-1 another strong team, the Internacional of Figueroa, Carpegiani, Valdomiro, Falcão, Claudiomiro and Escurinho. After Internacional opened the score, Palmeiras tied at '77 with Ronaldo and Luís Pereira scored the winning goal at '80. On the last match, a 0-0 tie against São Paulo was enough for Palmeiras to be declared Brazilian champions for the 6th time. Only 35 years later, in 2008, would a new team (São Paulo FC) reach the number of 6 Brazilian League titles.
In 1974, Palmeiras met their archrival Corinthians in the State League final. Corinthians were on a 20-year title drought (since 1954) and desperately needed a trophy. In front of 122.522 supporters at the Morumbi stadium, Palmeiras won the final 1-0, with this goal from Ronaldo, and left their rivals trophyless for one more season.
In 1976, Palmeiras won their last title before a drought that would last until 1993. They won the 1976 State League title against XV de Piracicaba, 1-0 at home. It would also be Ademir da Guia last title at the club, before he left in 1977.
1993-2000: the Parmalat Era
Between 1976 and 1993, Palmeiras didn't win a single title, finishing 2nd in one Brazilian League (1978) and in two State Leagues (1986, 1992).
In 1992, however, the Italian company Parmalat signed a huge deal with the club, bringing expensive and talented players. In 1993 already, they won 1 State League, 1 Rio-São Paulo Tournament and 1 Brazilian League. In 1994, they once again won the State and the Brazilian Leagues. Until the end of the decade, they would win one more State League (1996), one Copa do Brasil (1998), one Copa Mercosul (1998), one Rio-São Paulo Tournament (2000), one Copa dos Campeões (2000), and the most important title, the 1999 Copa Libertadores. Therefore, in 8 years (93-2000), Palmeiras won 2 continental titles, 4 national trophies, 3 state leagues and 2 interstate tournaments - totalizing 11 major titles.
The coach appointed to start this new era of the club was Luxemburgo, who had done good works for Bragantino, winning the Serie B in 1989 and the 1990 São Paulo State League. He stayed at the club from 1993 to 1994, and in 1996.
1993-94: back-to-back State and Brazilian League titles
The 16-year title drought ended in the 1993 State League final against their archrival Corinthians. On the 1st leg, a 0-1 defeat, with a historical teasing by Corinthians' forward Viola, who imitated a pig when celebrating his goal. On the return leg, Palmeiras smashed them with a 4-0 victory (6mn33 video), with goals from Evair (2x), Edilson and Zinho.
Two months later, they won the Rio-São Paulo Tournament, again against Corinthians (2-0 and 0-0). In the Brazilian League, Palmeiras dominated with 81% of points, and only 2 defeats in 22 matches. In the final against Vitória, two victories: 1-0 away with a goal from Edilson, and 2-0 at home, with goals from Evair and Edmundo. Palmeiras became Brazilian champions for the 7th time, the first club to achieve so - the second would be Santos in 2002, then Corinthians in 2017 and Flamengo in 2019.
Four Palmeiras' players were elected to the League Best XI: Antônio Carlos, Roberto Carlos, César Sampaio and Edmundo.
Of the 1993 team, three great players were there since 1991: César Sampaio, Amaral and Evair. Parmalat brought Antônio Carlos, Cléber, Roberto Carlos, Mazinho, Edílson, Zinho and Edmundo. All of them (except Amaral, Cléber and Evair) played at least 25 matches for the Brazil NT, with two winning the 1994 World Cup (Zinho, Mazinho), three reaching the 1998 World Cup final (Roberto Carlos, César Sampaio, Edmundo) and two winning the 2002 World Cup (Roberto Carlos, Edilson).
Player Period Apps Goals Brazil NT caps Goals World Cup att.
Antônio Carlos 1993-95 58 5 37 3 -
Cléber 1993-99 372 21 13 - -
Roberto Carlos 1993-95 162 20 126 12 3 (1998, 2002, 2006)
Amaral 1991-97 107 3 12 - -
César Sampaio 1991-94, 99-00 304 25 47 6 1 (1998)
Mazinho 1992-94 127 2 35 - 1 (1994)
Edílson 1993-95 151 59 25 6 1 (2002)
Zinho 1992-94, 97-99, 01-02 460 95 57 7 1 (1994)
Edmundo 1993-95, 06-07 269 141 39 10 1 (1998)
Evair 1991-94, 99 245 126 11 5 -
In 1994, the team increased with the arrivals of Rincón, from América de Cali, Flávio Conceição, from Rio Branco and Rivaldo, from Mogi Mirim.
They began the season winning the 1994 State League, gathering 78% of the points, and losing only three times in 30 matches.
In the 1994 Brazilian League, Palmeiras led the 1st stage and then won 5 of the 6 knock-out matches. They beat Bahia twice in the QF (2-1, 2-1), and the strong Guarani of Luizão, Djalminha and Amoroso twice in the SF (3-1, 2-1).
In the big final against Corinthians, Rivaldo opened the score with this nice goal at '45. He scored again at '63, and Edmundo this nice 3-0 goal at '65. The match ended 3-1, and Palmeiras only needed a tie in the 2nd leg - which ended 1-1, with Rivaldo scoring the tie at '81.
Palmeiras were back-to-back Brazilian League champions, and had now 8 National League titles, a record only reached in 2004 by Santos.
Four Palmeiras' players were elected to the League's Best XI: Cléber, Roberto Carlos, Zinho and Rivaldo.
Player Period Apps Goals Brazil NT caps Goals World Cup att.
Rincón (Colombia) 1994, 96-97 93 30 84 17 3 (1990, 1994, 1998)
Flávio Conceição 1994-96 103 5 45 4 -
Rivaldo 1994-96 97 78 74 37 2 (1998, 2002)
However, in the 1994 Copa Libertadores, Palmeiras were knocked out by São Paulo in the ro16 (0-0, 1-2), but they applied a sonorous 6-1 victory against Boca Juniors, with this great goal by Roberto Carlos, assisted by Evair.
The team got dismantled, and in 1995 they only finished 2nd in the State League, 5th in the Brazilian League, and got epically knocked out in the Copa Libertadores quarter-finals against Grêmio (0-5, 5-1).
The 1996 superteam: 102 goals/30 matches and State League champions
In 1996, the coach Luxemburgo returned to Palmeiras, after a year span at Flamengo.
From the 1993-94 Palmeiras squad, Velloso, Cléber, Amaral, Flavio Conceição and Rivaldo remained.
New stars arrived at the club: Cafu from Real Zaragoza, Júnior from Vitória, Müller from Kashiwa Reysol, and Luizão and Djalminha from Guarani.
Together, they gathered 92% of the points, winning 27 of the 30 State League matches, scoring 102 goals and conceding only 19. Since a 100%-rate title campaign in 1932, the closest a team got to this 92% rate record were 1961 and 1965 Pelé's Santos with 87%, 1945/1953 São Paulo, 1939/1951 Corinthians and 1933/1934/1942/1947 Palmeiras with 88%, and 1946 São Paulo with 90%.
In terms of goals scored, they rank #9 in the history of the tournament, and have the highest record since 1962.
Player Period Apps Goals Brazil NT caps Goals World Cup att.
Cafu 1995-97 101 13 149 5 4 (1994, 1998, 2002, 2006)
Júnior 1996-00 337 20 22 1 1 (2002)
Müller 1995-96 69 38 59 12 3 (1986, 1990, 1994)
Luizão 1996-97 91 56 17 3 1 (2002)
Djalminha 1996-97 83 45 14 5 -
With the departures of Flávio Conceição, Rivaldo and Müller, Palmeiras had a certain quality drop. Nevertheless, they still finished 2nd to Cruzeiro in the Copa do Brasil (1-1, 1-2).
Luxemburgo left at the end of the season for a bigger salary at Santos. He won 149 of 232 matches (64% win rate), lost 36 matches (16%), and had an overall rate of 71%.
The 1997 season was a bit below due to the lack of titles, but Palmeiras finished 2nd on the league, and reached the semi-finals of the Copa do Brasil, of the State League and of the Rio-São Paulo Tournament. But it was the arrival of the coach Scolari, the Felipão, in mid-1997 that would ignite Palmeiras into higher flights.
1998-2000: the Felipão (Scolari) Era
In this period, Palmeiras won 2 continental titles (1998 Mercosul, 1999 Libertadores), 2 national cups (1998 Copa do Brasil, 2000 Copa dos Campeões) and 1 regional league (2000 Rio-São Paulo Tournament). They also finished 2nd in 1 club world cup (1999 Intercontinental Cup), 3 continental cups (1999 and 2000 Copa Mercosul, 2000 Libertadores) and 1 state league (1999 Paulista).
With the 1996-97 team dismantled, Scolari rebuilt the team by using more Marcos, Roque Júnior and Galeano, and bringing Arce, Junior Baiano, Oséas, Paulo Nunes, Euller and of course, the maestro number 10 Alex - the most capped Brazilian player (49) not to be called to a World Cup.
Player Period Apps Goals Brazil NT caps Goals World Cup att.
Marcos 1992-2012 534 - 29 - 1 (2002)
Roque Júnior 1995-00 206 15 48 2 1 (2002)
Júnior Baiano 1998-99 72 16 25 2 1 (1998)
Arce (Paraguay) 1998-02 242 57 61 5 2 (1998, 2002)
Galeano 1989-02 477 27 - - -
Oséas 1997-99 172 65 2 - -
Paulo Nunes 1998-99 138 73 2 - -
Euller 1997-00 115 39 7 3 -
Alex 1997-00, 2002 200 60 49 12 -
The team lacked the offensive talent and quality of the previous generations, but had a more solid defense. Palmeiras supporters wanted the Copa Libertadores more than anything - their state rivals Santos and São Paulo had two already, as well as Grêmio, while Flamengo, Vasco and Cruzeiro had one each. Scolari had the experience of winning the Libertadores in 1995, with Grêmio, along with the Paraguayan right-back Arce and the forward Paulo Nunes that he brought to Palmeiras.
The first step was the 1998 Copa do Brasil, which would give one Libertadores spot. Palmeiras didn't have difficulties until the semi-finals against Santos: they tied 1-1 at home, and Santos opened the score in the return leg. With these two nice goals, Palmeiras overcame the score 2-1 and left with a 2-2 tie that put them on the final, against Cruzeiro. They lost the 1st leg 0-1 away, and opened the score at '12 with Paulo Nunes in the 2nd leg. At '89, Oséas scored the second and title goal after a free-kick, as Palmeiras became Copa do Brasil champions for the first time.
Later that year, Palmeiras destroyed their Copa Mercosul group: 2-1 Independiente (Argentina), 5-0 Nacional (Uruguay), 2-1 U. de Chile (Chile), 3-0 Independiente (Argentina), 3-1 Nacional (Uruguay), 1-0 U. de Chile (Chile). Highlights to this assist by left-back Júnior against Nacional from Uruguay.
With their reserves, they beat Boca Juniors 3-1 in Brazil, and tied 1-1 in Argentina, for the quarter-finals. Olimpia from Paraguay didn't offer problems in the semis: 2-0 and 1-0 to Palmeiras. In the final against Cruzeiro, Palmeiras lost 1-2 away in the 1st leg. At home in the 2nd leg, Cruzeiro opened the score at '3, but Palmeiras overcame with Cléber at '8, Oséas at '52 and Paulo Nunes at '85. On the 3rd match, this goal from Arce at '62, at home, gave Palmeiras their first continental-second tier title, the 1998 Copa Mercosul.
The 1999 Copa Libertadores title
After finishing 2nd twice in their golden era (1961, 1968), Palmeiras finally conquered South America, with 7W-2D-5L.
Palmeiras shared their group stage with archrival Corinthians and the Paraguayans Cerro Porteño and Olimpia. At that time, three teams would advance, and Palmeiras qualified in the 2nd place, behind Corinthians.
In the ro16, they met the current champions Vasco, of Juninho, Ramón, Donizete and Luizão. They only tied 1-1 at home, and saw Vasco open the score at the Maracanã. Palmeiras scored twice, before conceding the second goal. In the second half, Palmeiras scored twice again, and won the match 4-2.
The derby against Corinthians in the quarter-finals saw two same results: 2-0 and 0-2. Their rival could have scored once in the 1st leg though, at '78, if this crazy shot that hit the upper post and then the back of goalkeeper Marcos had gone a few centimeters into the other side. In the penalties, Palmeiras won 4-2, with Dinei missing the target and Marcos saving Vampeta's shot.
In the semis against River Plate, Palmeiras left Argentina with a 0-1 defeat. At home, in Brazil, Alex opened the score with this great goal, and two minutes later, Palmeiras scored the second with Roque Junior. In the 2nd half, Marcos kept the goal safe, and Alex closed the Argentine coffin with this fine touch.
In the big final against Deportivo Cali, they lost the first leg away 0-1 like in the semis. At home, Palmeiras opened the score only at '65, from this penalty kick, but Deportivo tied 5 minutes later, also from a penalty kick. Five minutes later, however, Palmeiras scored the second with Oséas, and the title would be decided in the penalties.
Palmeiras missed the first shot with Zinho, hitting the upper post, while Deportivo scored. Both teams scored the second and third shots. Palmeiras scored the fourth, and Deportivo hit the right post. Euller scored the fifth, and Zapata lost Deportivo's final penalty. Palmeiras conquered South America for the first time in their history.
This title qualified Palmeiras to the 1999 Intercontinental Cup in Japan, against European champions Manchester United.
Palmeiras played a far better match than the Red Devils, but this unfortunate mistake by goalkeeper Marcos let them open the score at '35. Palmeiras also had this wrongly disallowed goal at '50, and Oséas missed this absurd opportunity at '74.
In 2000, Palmeiras kept the good shape, and began the season winning the Rio-São Paulo Tournament, beating 4-0 the strong Vasco of Edmundo and Romario in the final.
Five months later, they won the Copa dos Campeões, after beating Cruzeiro (3-1, 1-1), Flamengo (1-2, 1-0) and Sport (2-1), therefore picking a spot in the 2001 Copa Libertadores.
But the peak of the season was the Libertadores, which they finished in the 2nd place, losing to Boca Juniors in the final (2-2, 0-0), in the penalties (2-4).
First, Saint Marcos (Palmeiras goalkeeper), saved two penalties in a clutch moment against Peñarol in the ro16.
In the semis, the biggest derby in South American history: Palmeiras met their archrival Corinthians, current back-to-back Brazilian League champions, of the stars Dida, Kléber, Vampeta, Ricardinho, Marcelinho Carioca, Edilson and Luizão, once again in the knock-outs, just like in 1999. The first leg was a crazy 4-3 match in Corinthians' favor and the second leg, another crazy 3-2 match in Palmeiras favor. In the penalties, nobody had missed their shot, until Corinthians biggest idol, Marcelinho Carioca, had his penalty saved by Saint Marcos, who put Palmeiras in the final. No other derby played in South America have been higher than Corinthians x Palmeiras encounters in the 1999 and 2000 Copa Libertadores knock-out stages.
Unfortunately, the final against Boca Juniors was a refereeing disgrace: Boca had one goal wrongly disallowed and Palmeiras had at least two penalties not awarded in the 2nd leg at home, which ended 0-0, leading to penalties. Palmeiras played better football, while Boca parked the bus.
2001-2013: end of Parmalat Era, and humble times
In this period, Palmeiras got relegated twice (2002, 2012), won 1 State League (2008) and 1 Copa do Brasil (2012).
The peak of this period was the controversial elimination by Riquelme's Boca in the 2001 Copa Libertadores semi-finals: on the 1st leg in Argentina (2-2), the referee invented this penalty to Boca, which Schelotto scored, and he didn't concede a clear penalty in Palmeiras' favor on Fernando, sending the player off for "simulation". Boca were a great team, but it is generally agreed in Brazil - even by rivals - that Palmeiras was better, and if not for the referees shameful displays in 2000 and 2001, they would very likely end up with 3 consecutive Libertadores titles (1999, 2000, 2001).
In 2002, Alex scored this masterpiece of a goal against Rogério Ceni's São Paulo.
In 2009, Palmeiras led the Brazilian League for 19 rounds, but ended up in the 5th place, not even qualifying to the Copa Libertadores.
2014-today
In 2014, centenary year of the club, their new stadium Allianz Parque was inaugurated.
In 2015, Palmeiras won their 3rd Copa do Brasil title on the penalties (4-3) against Santos, in a crazy final. The 1st leg in Santos ended 0-1, with their rival missing the opportunity of the century at '95. In the 2nd leg, Palmeiras scored their second goal (2-0) at '84, but Santos scored at '86, leading it to the penalties, won 4-3 by Palmeiras.
In 2016 and 2018, Palmeiras won their 9th and 10th Brazilian League titles, a national record. They were led by the league MVP Gabriel Jesus in 2016 and by the most recent club idol Dudu in 2016 and 2018. They also finished second in 2017, and reached the Copa Libertadores semi-finals in 2018, losing to Boca Juniors (0-2, 2-2).
Player Period Apps Goals Assists Brazil NT caps Goals World Cup att.
Gabriel Jesus 2015-16 83 28 10 39 18 1 (2018)
Dudu 2015-20 305 70 75 3 1 -
As of 2020, the club won the State League (0-0, 1-1, p.k. 4-3) after 12 years, against their archrival Corinthians, coached by Luxemburgo and led by the young midfielder Patrick de Paula. Gabriel Menino and Gabriel Verón are the other young bets of the club for this season.
To this day, Palmeiras has the 4th largest fanbase in Brazil with 12 million supporters, and a stadium attendance average of 28.000, as of 2019.
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2020.09.14 10:22 majinmattossj2 Brazilian Big12 series, Episode 9/12: Santos

Previous episodes: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Grêmio, Botafogo, Atlético Mineiro, Internacional, Corinthians
In this series I will present each of the 12 Brazilian teams that together compose the "Big 12". My point is to make them more knowledgeable to you, since each one of these teams have their share of the Brazil national team success and of Brazilian club football accomplishments as a whole. I'll try to be as smooth, efficient and non-boring as I can. If the feedback is positive, I'll keep bringing more to this series. So ok, let's do this!
Method: I'll present the teams in a chronological order, from the oldest foundation (Flamengo-1895) to the latest one (São Paulo-1930). The order will be: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Grêmio, Botafogo, Atlético Mineiro, Internacional, Corinthians, Santos, Palmeiras, Cruzeiro, São Paulo. How many of these have you heard of?
Extra clubs: Due to a high number of requests, I'll also present 3 teams who don't belong to the Big12, but are also considered big clubs in Brazil: Bahia, Athletico Paranaense and Coritiba. Welcome to the club!
Geographical reference: Before we start, I'd like to ask something very simple from you. I want you to keep in mind that these 12 teams are spread in 4 different States in Brazil. The club's State name is written below, next to the club's name. It has a direct link to Google Maps, so that you can check it out to make this experience more accurate.

Episode 9/12: Santos (State: São Paulo), founded in 1912

State rivals: São Paulo, Palmeiras, Corinthians

Stadium: Vila Belmiro

Mascot: Whale

Major achievements: 2 Intercontinental Cup (1962, 1963), 3 Copa Libertadores (1962, 1963, 2011), 8 Brazilian Leagues (1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1968, 2002, 2004), 1 Copa do Brasil (2010)

State League titles: 22 (Against Corinthians' 30, Palmeiras' 23, São Paulo's 21)

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The Football Kingdom
There's an urban legend that says that a lightning never strikes the same place twice. But apparently this legend doesn't apply to the physics of Santos, a humble and small port city on the coast of São Paulo. There, a young kid named Pelé, would come up to become football's greatest legend, a man that could stop a war with his foot, a man that transcended all sports combined. In that same city of Santos - with a probable electromagnetic sequel caused by the lightning of Pelé - were raised the raw talents of the princes Robinho and Neymar. Curiously enough, Marta, the Queen of Football, and Falcão, the King of Futsal, also stepped foot and left a legacy at Santos, the football kingdom of the world. Let the story begin!
The early years and the 100-goal team at 1929 São Paulo State League
Santos was founded in 1912, but only on the late 1920s the team would become a threat to the State League teams from the state capital, São Paulo. Indeed, in 1927, the team led by Araken Patusca and Feitiço scored 100 goals in 16 matches, an average of 6,25 goals/match, a world record in official competitions until today. However, they lost the title in the last round to Palmeiras. These two players would make history in Santos: Feitiço scored 214 goals and is the Santos 5th top goalscorer of all time, while Araken Patusca scored 184, and is the 7th.
In 1935, Santos would win their first State League title, after beating Corinthians 2-0.
The Pelé Era: the greatest team in the world, the team that stopped a war in Africa, Os Santásticos
Before Pelé arrived, Santos had recently won the 1955 and 1956 State Leagues, with a great team led by Brazil NT forwards Del Vecchio, Pepe, Pagão, Jair, and the midfielder Zito.
After Pelé left, Santos had added 25 more trophies to their cabinet: 2 Intercontinental Cups, 2 Copa Libertadores, 6 Brazilian Leagues, 10 State Leagues, 3 Rio-São Paulo Tournament, 1 Supercopa Sudamericana and 1 Recopa Intercontinental.
During Pelé's time in the 1960s, Santos scored around 3000 goals, with more than 1000 scored by the king, in both official competitions (643 goals) and friendlies (448 goals) for Santos. Actually, counting only teams from Europe big6, Pelé scored 103 goals in those high-level friendlies, as you can see here. If we count all European clubs and National Teams, Pelé scored 163 goals. He also scored 87 goals against 1st division Brazilian teams, 116 goals against South American teams and National Teams, 44 goals against African/Asian/Central American National Teams, totalizing 410 goals in high-level friendlies - all data details here. At that time, friendlies were highly hyped, and there were more Europeans attending friendlies vs. Santos than attending their own national leagues matches - attendance data here.
League 1960s League att. average Friendlies vs Santos att. average
England 29.180 34.800 (10 matches)
Spain ??? 48.100 (9 matches)
Italy 21.056 39.620 (33 matches)
Germany 24.160 31.700 (15 matches)
Portugal ??? 34.000 (3 matches)
France 8.400 32.300 (8 matches)
Overall 20.700 36.750 (78 matches)
Pelé arrived at Santos in 1956, at the age of 15. In that same year arrived the right-wing Dorval, aged 21. In 1958 arrived the centre-forward Coutinho, aged 14, and in 1960 the attacking midfielder, Mengálvio, aged 20. They all joined the left-wing Pepe, at Santos since 1954, to form the famous quintet that dominated the world: Dorval, Mengálvio, Coutinho, Pelé and Pepe.
Player Apps Goals Brazil NT Caps Goals World Cup titles
Dorval (1956-67) 612 198 7 - -
Mengálvio (1960-68) 371 28 14 1 1 (1962)
Coutinho (1958-68) 457 368 15 6 1 (1962)
Pelé (1956-74) 1116 1091 92 77 3 (1958, 1962, 1970)
Pepe (1954-69) 750 405 40 22 2 (1958, 1962)
But everything started in the 1957 São Paulo State League, when Pelé was topscorer with 36 goals, at the age of 16. There wasn't a National League until 1959, due to Brazil's huge size and weak infrastructure, so the players would shine in the State Leagues, which lasted the entire year. Pelé, at 17, broke the São Paulo State League record (until today), scoring 58 goals in 38 matches, in 1958 - which brought him to the Brazil NT and to the 1958 World Cup. After winning it, him and Santos started travelling in exhibition tours to make cash and challenge the best teams around the world in "friendly" matches.
In 1959, Santos took part in the 1st Brazilian League edition, qualifying as São Paulo State League champions. However, they lost the final to Bahia (2-3, 2-0, 1-3).
As Santos lost the 1959 São Paulo State League finals to Palmeiras, they didn't qualify to the 1960 Brazilian League.
However, they won the 1960 São Paulo State League and qualified to the 1961 Brazilian League. From 1961 to 1965, Santos won 5 consecutive Brazilian Leagues, a record until today. However, Santos would always enter in the semi-finals and only play 4-5 matches to be crowned champions - this rule would only be modified from the 1967 Brazilian League.
Year Champion Runner-up Results
1961 Brazilian League Santos Bahia 1-1, 5-1
1962 Brazilian League Santos Botafogo 4-3, 1-3, 5-0
1963 Brazilian League Santos Bahia 6-0, 2-0
1964 Brazilian League Santos Flamengo 4-1, 0-0
1965 Brazilian League Santos Vasco 5-1, 1-0
Highlights to the 1962 final between Santos and Botafogo, which had 11 players from the 1962 World Cup won by Brazil: Gylmar, Mauro, Zito, Mengálvio, Coutinho, Pelé, Pepe (Santos), Nilton Santos, Garrincha, Amarildo, Zagallo (Botafogo). Santos won the decisive match 5-0 at the Maracanã, with this goal from Pelé.
In 1962, Santos also participated in their first Copa Libertadores, qualified as the 1961 Brazilian League champions. Santos topped their group stage against Cerro Porteño (Paraguay) (9-1, 1-1) and Municipal (Bolivia) (6-1, 4-3). In the semis against Universidad Católica (Chile), Santos tied 1-1 away, and won 1-0 at home. The final would be against Peñarol (Uruguay). Santos won the first leg 2-1 in Uruguay, with two goals from Coutinho, in a great comeback. In the 2nd leg in Brazil, a crazy story: after a big and violent confusion, the match was restarted and Peñarol scored the third goal at '51 (2-3). Santos only needed a tie and scored it at '67, the match ended 3-3 and Santos celebrated the title. However, the referee wrote down in the match report that the match was over at '51 - he was scared to really end it, so he kept the match going until the end, but it wasn't counting for him, so he (and CONMEBOL) declared Peñarol the winners. This forced a third match, in neutral Argentina, which Santos dominated and won 3-0, with two goals from Pelé and one own goal from Peñarol. Santos were for the first time, and the first Brazilian team, crowned South American champions.
This title qualified Santos to the 1962 Intercontinental Cup, against the European champions, Benfica. The 1st leg at the Maracanã ended 3-2 for Santos, with 2 goals from Pelé and one from Coutinho. Before the 2nd match in Lisbon, Benfica announced that they were selling tickets for the third match, certain that they would win at home. However, Pelé destroyed the match with a splendid hat-trick, an assist, nutmegs and dribbling past the entire Benfica defense to score one of his goals. The match ended 5-2 before a crowd of 73.000 portuguese fans, and Pelé proved once again he was still football's king, as he and Santos were crowned club world champions for the first time. Highlights of the match here (4mn56 video).
The next year, in 1963, Santos would once again win the Copa Libertadores. Being the current champions, they entered in the semi-final stage against the legendary Botafogo of Garrincha, Didi and Nilton Santos. The 1st leg ended 1-1, with Pelé scoring a tie at '90. The 2nd match at the Maracanã ended 4-0 to Santos, with Pelé scoring the first goal, also the second goal from a header, and the third from a penalty kick. Lima scored the fourth, with an assist from Pepe. Santos were once again qualified to the Copa Libertadores final.
They would meet Boca Juniors, from Argentina. In the 1st leg at the Maracanã, Santos opened 3-0 with two goals from Coutinho - notably this one - and one from Lima. Boca, however, scored twice with Sanfilippo and the match ended 3-2.
The atmosphere at La Bombonera for the 2nd leg was intense. 50.000 Argentine kept singing "Pelé hijo de puta, macaquitos del Brasil" (Pelé son of a b., little monkeys from Brazil). Then Boca opened the score at '46 with Sanfilippo. However, 4 minutes later, Pelé assisted Coutinho to score the tie. Later, Pelé mocked the Boca team by playing with the ball at Boca's GK hand. And at '82, Pelé scored the winning goal and celebrated with euphory and anger: Santos were back-to-back Copa Libertadores champions.
Santos were once again qualified to the Intercontinental Cup, and would face Milan. Santos lost the 1st leg 2-4, at San Siro, in Milan. In the 2nd leg at the Maracanã, Milan went to half-time winning 2-0. A heavy rain began and the pitch became a mud. Santos, without Pelé, counted on Pepe's free-kick to score their first goal. Almir and Lima scored Santos second and third goals, at '54 and '65. Pepe, again from a free-kick, scored the fourth at '68, forcing a third match.
In the third and final match, at the Maracanã again, Maldini committed a penalty and was sent off. Still without Pelé, Dalmo scored the 1-0 winning goal, crowning Santos once again club world champions.
Santos wouldn't win the Copa Libertadores again in the 1960s. They reached the semis in 1964 and 1965, and refused to play it in 1966, 1967 and 1969 - not only it was financially unattractive, but also too violent and with tendencious refereeing. So Santos prefered to travel around the globe and make cash to pay their expensive team.
The "Santos Globetrotters", would tour the world and smash whoever and wherever. 7-1 Internazionale, 5-0 Roma, 6-2 Napoli, 3-0 Lazio, 5-1 Lecce, 5-1 Barcelona, 6-0 Hamburg, 9-1 TSV München 1860, 6-3 Wolfsburg, 5-2 Eintracht Frankfurt, 4-2 Hertha Berlin, 6-4 Fortuna Düsseldorf, 5-0 Arminia Bielefield, 6-3 Benfica, 4-2 Sheffield Wednesday, 4-2 Newcastle, 5-3 Reims, 6-1 Racing, 6-2 Lyon, 3-0 Toulouse, 3-0 Feyenoord, 5-0 Enschede, 3-0 Peñarol, 8-3 Racing (Argentina), 4-0 Independiente, 4-1 Boca Juniors, 4-0 River Plate...
In official competitions, Pelé's Santos played 6 matches against Europeans, with 5W-1L:
Competition Result Goals
1962 Intercontinental Cup Santos 3-2 Benfica Pelé (2x), Santana (2x), Coutinho
1962 Intercontinental Cup Santos 5-2 Benfica Pelé (3x), Eusébio, Coutinho, Pepe, Santana
1963 Intercontinental Cup Santos 2-4 Milan Pelé (2x), Amarildo (2x), Trapattoni, Mora
1963 Intercontinental Cup Santos 4-2 Milan Pepe (2x), Mazzola, Almir, Lima, Mora
1963 Intercontinental Cup Santos 1-0 Milan Dalmo
1968 Recopa Intercontinental Santos 1-0 Internazionale Toninho Guerreiro
However, Santos wasn't invincible, and Palmeiras stopped them from winning 12 consecutive State Leagues (1958-69), by beating Santos in 1959, 1963 and 1966.
1969: the year that Santos stopped a war in Africa and that Pelé scored his 1000th goal
On the 4th February 1969, Pelé's Santos stopped an ongoing war in Nigeria. The civil war had been going on in the Biafra region since March 1967, and it lasted until January 1970, with the separatists' defeat. 2 million people died in the conflict.
There was a global effort trying to stop the violent repression of the Nigerian government against the Biafras. Artists like Joan Baez, Jimi Hendrix and John Lennon, authorities like the Pope Paul VI and the United Nations tried do contain the conflict, without success.
But Santos did. As the team was touring in Africa, they were invited by the Nigerian government to play in Benin. A first and only cease-fire was declared so Santos could move from the hotel to the stadium and then back to the hotel. Santos won the match 2-1, and left the country the next day, as the war restarted as soon as they were gone, lasting 11 more months.
On the 19th November 1969, Pelé scored his 1000th goal, against Vasco, the team he supported as a child, at the Maracanã. Journalists from all over the world had been following Santos matches, waiting for the 1000th goal to happen, which he did on his 912th career match.
By the end of the decade, Santos team had changed, but was still strong, notably counting with the right-back Carlos Alberto Torres, the midfielder Clodoaldo and the forwards Edu and Toninho Guerreiro, all of them champions in the 1970 World Cup, except for the latter. They notably won the 1968 Brazilian League, the 1968 Supercopa Sudamericana and the 1968 Recopa Intercontinental.
My personal favorite goal of this era is this one by Toninho Guerreiro, after a rainbow flick assist by Kaneko, in 1968.
The Pelé Era last title was the São Paulo State League title of 1973. Pelé left in October 1974, having scored 1091 goals in 1116 matches for Santos.
1978-1984: the Meninos da Vila (Vila Boys) and the last title before the drought
In 1978, a new term was coined to the players produced by Santos youth system, or just young players that were bought: the Meninos da Vila (Vila Boys), that won the 1978 State League. The 1st generation counted with Juary, João Paulo, Pita, Nilton Batata and Ailton Lira.
Meninos da Vila Apps Goals
Juary 229 101
João Paulo 412 103
Pita 408 55
Nilton Batata 249 36
Ailton Lira 182 37
In the 1980s, Santos built a good team that reached the final of the 1983 Brazilian League, and won the 1984 State League - Santos last title before the drought.
1984-2002: 18-year title drought
In this period, Santos reached the 1995 Brazilian League final - led by the idol Giovanni -, as well as the 2000 State League final. Santos won the 1997 Rio-São Paulo Tournament and the 1998 Copa Conmebol, but they were minor trophies and didn't count as the end of the drought, that would last until 2002.
Nevertheless, Santos became the first team in the world to score 10.000 goals - the record took place in January 1998, with a goal scored by Jorginho.
In December 2000, Santos was elected by FIFA the Club of the Century in South America, and placed 5th in the world, behind Real Madrid, Manchester United, Bayern and Barcelona.
2002: Diego & Robinho and the 2nd Meninos da Vila generation
In the last season of the Brazilian League with knock-out stages (round-robin were introduced in 2003), Santos were broken and bet once again on their own DNA: youth system and offensive football. Led by 17-year-old Diego and 18-year-old Robinho, and with great young players Maurinho (24), Alex (20), Renato (23) and Elano (21), as well as great experienced players like Fábio Costa (25), Léo (27) and Alberto (27), Santos qualified on the 8th and last spot to the quarter-finals - after an exciting 1st stage, even leading the league at some point, but dropping a lot in quality towards the end.
In the knock-out stage, Santos won 5 of the 6 matches before becoming champions. In the quarter-finals, against the scary São Paulo of Kaká and Luís Fabiano, Santos won both legs: 3-1 at home and then a 2-1 comeback away, with Diego scoring twice, one of them the winning goal on the 2nd leg.
In the semi-finals, Santos defeated Grêmio 3-0 at home, with a great show from Robinho, who got Grêmio's CB sent off and then scored this great goal. Alberto scored twice, notably this backheel one. In the 2nd leg, a 0-1 defeat was enough to put Santos in the league final.
The final would be against Parreira's Corinthians. In the first leg, Diego brilliantly assisted Alberto to open the score, and then Robinho at '88 also brilliantly assissted Renato to close the 2-0 score.
The final 2nd leg was monumental. Corinthians needed to win by a 2-goal difference to be the champions. It started badly for Santos, with Diego leaving injured with less than five minutes. But at '35, Robinho produced one of the most iconic moves of the football world in 2002, the 8 Pedaladas (8 Stepovers), after which he suffered a penalty, which he himself converted into a goal dedicated to Diego. Corinthians now needed 3 goals, and at '75 they scored the first, then at '84 they scored the second. Total fear in Santos supporters. But 4 minutes later at '88, the heir of the king, the prince Robinho carried the ball from the midfield until the right side of the box to assist Elano in Santos second goal. But it wasn't over yet, and at '92, him again, the prince Robinho left two Corinthians' CB completely lost in a quick body turnaround to assist Léo to score the 3rd and winning goal. The perfect match was over, Santos won 3-2, and were crowned Brazilian League champions. Highlights to Santos goalkeeper Fabio Costa who had this absurd performance (2mn33s video) and to Santos coach Emerson Leão, the man who chose to bet in these young players.
2003-2004: the show must go on
In 2003, Santos, Diego and Robinho were the Brazilian trend. They kept their high-level football with the addition of Ricardo Oliveira in the attack, and finished 2nd in the Copa Libertadores - losing to Boca Juniors - and 2nd in the Brazilian League - dominated by Cruzeiro.
In 2004, Santos won the Brazilian League again, their 8th and most recent Brazilian League title. With the departures of Renato, Diego and Ricardo Oliveira to Europe, Santos brought Ricardinho and Deivid from Middlesbrough and Bordeaux, and the international coach Luxemburgo from Cruzeiro.
It worked greatly, and led by Robinho and Elano, they won the league on the 46th and last round, after beating Vasco 2-1. It was a very dramatic league in all possible ways, and against everything and everyone, Santos were once again Brazilian Champions.
Meninos da Vila Apps (Santos) Goals (Santos) Clubs in Europe
Diego 133 38 Porto, Werder Bremen, Atlético Madrid
Robinho 253 111 Real Madrid, Milan, Man. City
Elano 322 68 Shakhtar, Man. City
Renato 424 33 Sevilla
Alex 103 20 Chelsea, Milan, PSG
2009-2013: Neymar & Ganso, the 3rd Meninos da Vila generation
After the 2004 team was dismantled, Santos won two State League titles in 2006 and 2007, besides finishing 2nd in the 2007 Brazilian League and reaching the semi-finals in the 2007 Copa Libertadores, led by international star Zé Roberto.
In March 2009, Neymar made his debut at the age of 17. With midfielder Ganso (aged 19), they finished 2nd in the State League, losing to Ronaldo Nazário's Corinthians.
In 2010, the Cirque du Soleil Santos show began. With the addition of Robinho (on a 6-month loan from Man. City) to the front line, the team reached a historical mark of 111 goals in 34 matches on the title campaigns of the 2010 State League and 2010 Copa do Brasil. Overall in the year, Santos scored 176 goals, and Neymar 42 goals. The team played for fun and brilliant goals were a constant, notably: Robinho's backheel goal against Rogério Ceni's São Paulo, Ganso finesse assist to Robinho against Grêmio, Neymar's little-stop penalty goal against Ceni's São Paulo, Ganso's lob against Monte Azul, Robinho's lob against Bragantino, Ganso's backheel assist to Neymar's goal against Santo André, Alex Sandro's goal against Cruzeiro, Wesley's goal against Grêmio, Ganso long distance goal against Grêmio, Neymar dribbling past the whole Santo André defense goal, Neymar's assist to André against São Paulo, and obviously, Robinho air backheel assist to Neymar against Santo André.
However, the epic 2010 team only lasted 6 months: Wesley, André and Robinho left to Europe, and Ganso got severely injured. With the team dismantled, they ended on the 8th position in the league.
2011 Copa Libertadores: the third continental dream title
Santos started the season with the 2011 State League title, beating Corinthians in the final (0-0, 2-1).
Santos also counted with the return of Elano for the 2011 Copa Libertadores, but the team started badly: 2 draws and 1 loss, so Santos needed to win all the next 3 matches to advance. And they did, without much problems: 3-2 Colo-Colo (Chile), 2-1 Cerro Porteño (Paraguay) and 3-1 Táchira (Venezuela). Highlights to Neymar's dribbling-goal against Colo-Colo and Danilo's long-distance goal against Cerro Porteño.
In the round of 16, Santos met América (Mexico) and beat them 1-0 at home in the 1st leg. The 2nd leg, in Mexico, was a 0-0 tie, with goalkeeper Rafael Cabral having an exceptional match.
In the quarter-finals, against Once Caldas (Colombia), Santos had no problem beating them 1-0 in Colombia, and then tying 1-1 at home, with this great goal from Neymar.
In the semi-finals, Santos beat Cerro Porteño 1-0 at home, with this great assist from Neymar to Edu Dracena, and had a restful 2nd leg after opening 2-0 and leaving Paraguay with a 3-3 tie and qualified to the finals.
In the big final against Peñarol, Santos left the 1st leg with a 0-0 tie in Uruguay, with Peñarol having this goal bravely disallowed at '85. In the final 2nd leg, Santos pressured Peñarol at home, until Neymar opened the score at '46 with a brilliant shot, after a fine backheel-play by Ganso and ball-conducting by Arouca. At '68, Danilo scored one more, but Santos centre-back Durval scored an own goal at '79. On the last minute, Neymar almost scored the third, but the ball hit the post. At '93, the match ended, and after 48 years, Santos were the Copa Libertadores Champions, for the third time in their history.
Neymar was the MVP and second topscorer with 6 goals, at the age of 19. He was also elected the 2011 Brazilian League MVP, but Santos finished on the 10th place.
With this title, Santos qualified to the 2011 Club World Cup in Japan. They beat Kashiwa Reysol 3-1 in the semi-final, with this splendid goal from Neymar. However, they were completely dominated by Messi's Barcelona in the final, losing it 0-4.
In 2012, Santos had another great year, led by Neymar, Ganso and Elano. They started the season with the 2012 State League title, beating Guarani in the final (3-0, 4-2). They also reached the 2012 Copa Libertadores semi-finals, but got eliminated by Corinthians.
They also won the 2012 Recopa Sudamericana and finished 8th on the league.
Meninos da Vila Apps (Santos) Goals (Santos) Clubs in Europe
Neymar 230 138 Barcelona, PSG
Ganso 162 36 Sevilla, Amiens
André 94 41 Sporting
Rafael Cabral 190 - Napoli, Reading
Danilo 80 10 Porto, Real Madrid, Man. City, Juventus
Wesley 63 10 Werder Bremen
2013-today
Since the Neymar & Ganso Era ended in 2013, Santos has won 2 State League titles (2015, 2016), finished 2nd in the Brazilian League twice (2016, 2019) and in the Copa do Brasil once (2015), as well as revealing Rodrygo in 2018.
Santos represents the essence of Brazilian football DNA, which is offensive and beautiful football, a philosophy which made their youth system one of the most respected in the world. You can watch here some rare Pelé highlights, here some 2002-2005 Robinho's and here some 2009-2013 Neymar's.
Santos is one of the 3 Brazilian teams that has never been relegated.
To this day, Santos has a fanbase of 6 million supporters, and a stadium attendance average of 10.300, as of 2019.
If you have any questions about Brazilian football, feel free to join us at futebol, where you'll be very welcomed!
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2020.09.11 12:17 Grimolas PES 2021 Season Update - pre-release megathread

PES 2021 Season Update - pre-release megathread

Welcome to the pre-release megathread of the Pro Evolution Soccer 2021 Season Update! This megathread is created so all information can be found on one place. If you have any questions, feel free to ask them. If you have any updates, please let us know!

The Pitch Awaits


General Information
Release Date: 15th September 2020
Platforms: PS4, XBOX One, PC
Pre order:
Standard Edition Club Edition
Where to buy? Link (click on the top to switch platforms) Link (click on the top to switch platforms & club editions)
Price €29,99 ! €34,99 !
! Save 20% on your pre-order by accessing the store page from the in-game link in PES 2020? The same discount is even available through PES 2020 LITE, which can be downloaded for free from the PlayStation™ Store or Microsoft Store. ! Save 20% on your pre-order by accessing the store page from the in-game link in PES 2020? The same discount is even available through PES 2020 LITE, which can be downloaded for free from the PlayStation™ Store or Microsoft Store.
Purchase Bonus
3x Contract renewal ticket 10 weeks 30 weeks
Premium Agent 10 weeks 30 weeks
MyClub coins 2000 3000
Pre-Order Bonus
L. Messi (loan) ✔️ ✔️
Background Theme (PS4 only) ✔️ ✔️
Veteran Bonus
PES 2020-21 Iconic Moment Series Special Agent 1-5 times, depending on milestones (see below) 1-5 times, depending on milestones (see below)
PES 2020-21 Featured Players Special Agent 1-3 times, depending on milestones (see below) 1-3 times, depending on milestones (see below)
Club Edition Bonus
Full Squad x FC Barcelona, Bayern, Juventus, Manchester United, Arsenal *
Digital Kit x Retro kit *
Original In-Game Menu Theme x Stylize your in-game menus with an original design, themed after your favourite club *
PS4 Menu Theme and Avatar x An exclusive menu theme and avatar for use on PS4. *
Iconic Moment Series Player x1 x Icon version of: Messi, Kahn, C. Ronaldo, Beckham, Bergkamp *
* corresponds to the club edition you buy

Veteran Bonus information
If you've played PES 2020 (Lite) you could have achieved milestones which grant you PES 2020-21 Iconic Moment Series Special Agent and/or PES 2020-21 Featured Players Special Agent
PES 2020-21 Iconic Moment Series Special Agent Requirements
Milestones Tiers Rewards
Number of Iconic Moment Series and Legend Players owned. 1 to 3 players PES 2020-21 Iconic Moment Series Special Agent ×1
Number of Iconic Moment Series and Legend Players owned. 4 to 6 players PES 2020-21 Iconic Moment Series Special Agent ×2
Number of Iconic Moment Series and Legend Players owned. 7 to 9 players PES 2020-21 Iconic Moment Series Special Agent ×3
Number of Iconic Moment Series and Legend Players owned. 10 to 12 players PES 2020-21 Iconic Moment Series Special Agent ×4
Number of Iconic Moment Series and Legend Players owned. 13 players or more PES 2020-21 Iconic Moment Series Special Agent ×5
PES 2020-21 Featured Players Special Agent Requirements
Milestones Tiers Rewards
Number of matches played in Matchday mode. 5 to 29 matches PES 2020-21 Featured Players Special Agent ×1
Number of matches played in Matchday mode. 30 to 99 matches PES 2020-21 Featured Players Special Agent ×2
Number of matches played in Matchday mode. 100 matches or more PES 2020-21 Featured Players Special Agent ×3

Iconic Moment Players
Player Match
A. DEL PIERO 22.05.1996
D. BECKHAM 26.05.1999
D. BERGKAMP 02.03.2002
F. BECKENBAUER 14.04.1976
F. INZAGHI 11.12.2002
F. RIJKAARD 24.05.1989
FERNANDO TORRES 05.02.2006
H. NAKATA 06.05.2001
INIESTA 06.05.2009
K. RUMMENIGGE 13.06.1981
M. VAN BASTEN 24.05.1989
P. NEDVĚD 14.05.2003
P. VIEIRA 08.04.2001
PUYOL 17.05.2006
R. CARLOS 15.05.2002
R. GULLIT 24.05.1989
+ more to add throughout the season

Licences
from this page
Leagues Licence Data Included At Launch (Before downloading the day one patch) Licence Data Included in day one patch
English League 2019-2020 Season 2020-2021 Season
English 2nd Division 2019-2020 Season 2020-2021 Season
Spanish League 2019-2020 Season 2
Spanish 2nd Division 2019-2020 Season 2
Serie A TIM 2019-2020 Season 1
Serie BKT 2019-2020 Season 2
Ligue 1 Uber Eats 2020-2021 Season
Ligue 2 BKT 2020-2021 Season
Liga NOS 2019-2020 Season 2020-2021 Season
Süper Lig 2019-2020 Season 2
Tinkoff Russian Premier Liga 2019-2020 Season *Some updates planned for the 2020-2021 season. 2020-2021 Season
Eredivisie 2020-2021 Season
Jupiler Pro League 2019-2020 Season 2
3F Superliga 2019-2020 Season 2020-2021 Season
Scottish Premiership 2020-2021 Season
Raiffeisen Super League 2019-2020 Season 2
BRASILEIRÃO ASSAÍ 2020 2020 Season
BRASILEIRÃO SÉRIE B 2020 2020 Season
Liga Profesional de Fútbol 2019-2020 Season
Campeonato PlanVital 2020 Season
Liga BetPlay DIMAYOR 2020 Season
CFA Super League 2019 Season
TOYOTA Thai League 2020 Season
  1. Serie A TIM data included in the day one patch will be from the 2019-2020 season. However, strips for some clubs will be from the 2020-2021 season.
  2. Data included for these clubs in the day one patch will be from the 2019-2020 season. However, the player roster and kits for all clubs will be from the 2020-2021 season.
The leagues listed below will not be available in League Mode, Master League or Become a Legend at launch. Teams belonging to these leagues will be temporarily filed under the "Other (Europe)" category in-game. Once their officially licensed data is implemented via a free day one patch, they will be moved to their appropriate categories.
The following leagues will be updated to the 2020-2021 season via a Data Pack scheduled for release post-launch on October 22.
This game also comes with the AFC Champions League licence.

Master League Managers
Three newly added managers to use as manager avatars in Master League:
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2020.09.05 12:03 remote-enthusiast Collected 71 jobs - (non)tech

Hello friends! These are the open remote positions I've found that were published today. See you tomorrow! Bleep blop 🤖
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2020.09.02 12:53 majinmattossj2 Brazilian Big12 series, Episode 8/12: Corinthians

Previous episodes: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Grêmio, Botafogo, Atlético Mineiro, Internacional
In this series I will present each of the 12 Brazilian teams that together compose the "Big 12". My point is to make them more knowledgeable to you, since each one of these teams have their share of the Brazil national team success and of Brazilian club football accomplishments as a whole. I'll try to be as smooth, efficient and non-boring as I can. If the feedback is positive, I'll keep bringing more to this series. So ok, let's do this!
Method: I'll present the teams in a chronological order, from the oldest foundation (Flamengo-1895) to the latest one (São Paulo-1930). The order will be: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Grêmio, Botafogo, Atlético Mineiro, Internacional, Corinthians, Santos, Palmeiras, Cruzeiro, São Paulo. How many of these have you heard of?
Extra clubs: Due to a high number of requests, I'll also present 3 teams who don't belong to the Big12, but are also considered big clubs in Brazil: Bahia, Athletico Paranaense and Coritiba. Welcome to the club!
Geographical reference: Before we start, I'd like to ask something very simple from you. I want you to keep in mind that these 12 teams are spread in 4 different States in Brazil. The club's State name is written below, next to the club's name. It has a direct link to Google Maps, so that you can check it out to make this experience more accurate.

Episode 8/12: Corinthians (State: São Paulo), founded in 1910

State rivals: Palmeiras, São Paulo, Santos

Stadium: Arena Corinthians / Pacaembu (Old)

Mascot: Musketeer

Major achievements: 2 Club World Cup (2000, 2012), 1 Copa Libertadores (2012), 7 Brazilian Leagues (1990, 1998, 1999, 2005, 2011, 2015, 2017), 3 Copa do Brasil (1995, 2002, 2009)

State League titles: 30 (Against Palmeiras' 23, Santos' 22, São Paulo's 21)

PLAY AND LISTEN TO CORINTHIANS ANTHEM WHILE READING - Click here
The kings of São Paulo and the team of the people (1910-1954)
Corinthians was founded in 1910 by a group of factory workers in São Paulo, inspired by Corinthian FC, an English team that was going on an excursion in Brazil. From the first moment of Corinthians foundation, their president stated that they would be the "team of the people, and that the people would make the team". It was a manifest against the aristocratic trend of only allowing rich and white people into football clubs.
In Brazilian football early days, there wasn't a national league until 1959, so the teams would play inside their own state, in the State Leagues. In this São Paulo State League Era, Corinthians rose from nothing to become the most victorious team inside the state, with 15 titles, notably leaving behind their rivals Palmeiras (12), São Paulo (8), Santos (4), and also traditional teams from the amateur era such as Paulistano (11). If there was a national league in this period, Corinthians would certainly be a serious title contender, along with Fluminense (from Rio de Janeiro state league) and their archrival, Palmeiras.
Highlights to Corinthians early-1950s decade, when they won 2 State Leagues (1951, 1952), 3 Rio-São Paulo Tournament (1950, 1953, 1954) and 1 Pequeña Copa del Mundo in Venezuela (1953).
Tournament Champion Runner-up 3rd place
1950 Rio-São Paulo* Corinthians Vasco Portuguesa
1951 São Paulo State League Corinthians Palmeiras Portuguesa
1952 São Paulo State League Corinthians São Paulo Portuguesa
1953 Rio-São Paulo* Corinthians Vasco São Paulo
1953 Pequeña Copa del Mundo Corinthians Roma (Italy) Barcelona (Spain)
1954 Rio-São Paulo Corinthians Fluminense Palmeiras
Corinthians notably won, undefeated, the 1953 Pequeña Copa del Mundo against Roma (Italy), Barcelona (Spain) and Caracas (Venezuela). Barcelona, of the Hungarian star Kubala, were the current Spanish and Latin Cup champions; Roma, 6th placed in the Serie A; and Caracas, the home guests. Corinthians won their 6 matches, as you can see below. The topscorers were Luizinho (Corinthians) and Kubala (Barcelona) with 5 goals each.
Tournament Match Goals
1953 Pequeña Copa del Mundo Corinthians 1-0 Roma (Italy) Luizinho (1)
1953 Pequeña Copa del Mundo Corinthians 3-2 Barcelona (Spain) Luizinho (2), Kubala (1), Moreno (1), Carbone (1)
1953 Pequeña Copa del Mundo Corinthians 2-1 Caracas (Venezuela) Cláudio (1), Carbone (1), Aguirre (1)
1953 Pequeña Copa del Mundo Corinthians 1-0 Barcelona (Spain) Goiano (1)
1953 Pequeña Copa del Mundo Corinthians 2-0 Caracas (Venezuela) Cláudio (2)
1953 Pequeña Copa del Mundo Corinthians 3-1 Roma (Italy) Luizinho (2), Cláudio (1), Galle (1)
Later in 1958, Corinthians provided the Brazilian National Team with two players in the World Cup title campaign, notably the legendary goalkeeper Gylmar, starter in 1958 and 1962. He played 395 matches for Corinthians, before moving to Santos in 1961.
1954-1977: the drought and the Rivellino Era
In this period, Corinthians went through their longest title drought of their history, without winning a single trophy. Technically, they won the 1966 Rio-São Paulo Tournament, but it had to be shared with 3 other teams due to a lack of dates to end it.
Between 1965 and 1974, Rivellino (born 1946), a creation of Corinthians youth system, was the team's main star. He played 474 matches for Corinthians, scoring 141 goals, and represented his club in the 1970 and 1974 World Cups. He never managed to win the then prestigious State League title, or even the National League, reaching the State League final just once, in 1974, losing to their archrival Palmeiras. He was "found guilty" of losing the final and was released from the club, sold to Fluminense. You can see some of Rivellino magical skills in this amazing skills-only video (3mn08s video).
In this difficult era, Corinthians also counted with legendary star Garrincha in 1966. However, his form was already declining at the age of 32, and he only appeared in 13 matches, scoring 2 goals.
Curiously enough, Pelé played professionaly from 1956 to 1977, almost the exact time Corinthians went trophyless. When Pelé began to shine in football, he used to say that he was rejected in a Corinthians trial in 1954, and therefore cursed that "while I (Pelé) play football, Corinthians will never be champions again". Pelé retired on the 1st of October 1977, and 12 days later, on the 13th October 1977, Corinthians 23-year title drought was over, as they won the 1977 São Paulo State League, 1-0 against Ponte Preta, with a goal from Basilio, at minute 81.
1976: The Corinthians Invasion
A year before Corinthians drought was over, one of the biggest events in the history of Brazilian football took place, the Invasão Corinthiana. The 5th of December 1976, a one-match-only Brazilian League semi-final would happen in Rio de Janeiro, between the home guests Fluminense (of Rivellino, who left Corinthians in 1974) and Corinthians, from São Paulo, 450km away from Rio.
The hype was intense. Fluminense were the frank favorites: 10 of their starting 11 had already been capped to the Brazil NT, they were called the Tricolor Machine.
The Maracanã 146.000 capacity would be split half-half. 70.000 tickets were given to Corinthians by Fluminense, and they were sold out in less than 3 hours. Tens of thousands of Corinthianos started moving from São Paulo to Rio de Janeiro 2 days before the match: by airplane, bus, car, motorcycle, bike, taxi, it didn't matter, the Rio-São Paulo highway was dominated by Corinthians supporters (pic). On Saturday 4th, one day before the match, the city and the Copacabana beach of Rio de Janeiro became a huge Corinthianos party. Hundreds and hundreds of black and white flags and shirts all over the city.
On the day of the match, the atmosphere inside the Maracanã was INTENSE (5mn video). More than ever, Corinthians needed to end that title drought. Inexplicably, Corinthians fanbase had their biggest growth during the 60s/70s title drought. That's why they say that only the Corinthians supporters know what it's like to be a Corinthiano, that's why they nicknamed themselves "the Sufferers". Because they are the legitimate team of the people.
The match started under a moderate rain, and the pitch wasn't at its best. Fluminense opened the score at '29, with this goal from Pintinho. Corinthians needed at least a goal to go to extratime, and found it at '29 with Russo, after a corner kick. The rain intensified, and the pitch turned into this horrible mud. Not much happened afterwards, and the match went to the penalty kicks. Corinthians GK Tobias saved Fluminense's 1st and 2nd p.k., while Corinthians scored all their 3 penalties, and Fluminense only 1 out of 3. Zé Maria then scored Corinthians 4th penalty and qualified his team to the 1976 Brazilian League final.
However, Corinthians lost the final 0-2 to Falcão's Internacional, playing away. But the epic Invasão Corinthiana of Rio de Janeiro would be forever remembered in the Brazilian football history - this very good 46mn documentary comes back to 1976 and also shows the 2000 (Rio de Janeiro) and 2012 (Japan) Club World Cup posterior invasions.
1977: the State League title and the end of the drought
In 1977, Corinthians 23-year title drought finally came to an end, after they won the State League title. They played 48 matches, with 30W-6D-12L, cumulating 55% of the points. In the big final, they beat Ponte Preta 1-0, with Basílio scoring this eternal goal at '81.
It was Corinthians' 16th State League title, while their rivals had 18 (Palmeiras), 13 (Santos) and 11 (São Paulo) at that point. So, even without winning a State League title for 23 years, Corinthians was still fighting for São Paulo state title record.
1982-84: Socrates and the Corinthians Democracy
In the middle of the Brazilian military dictatorship, Corinthians chose to wave a flag in favor of democracy. It all began in April 1982, with the nomination of a sociologist, Adilson, to the football director job. Adilson liked to listen to the players, and along with politicized players such as Sócrates, Wladimir, Casagrande and Zenon, decided to establish an innovative democracy inside the club.
Basically, every decision (contracts, inside rules, etc) that was to be taken would be decided by voting. From the president to the average worker, all had the same right to vote, and the same vote weight. For example, thanks to this voting system, married players didn't need to sleep in hotels before matches with the rest of the team anymore. They would also use the Corinthians kit to spread political opinions in favor of democracy--such as the sayings "Diretas Já" ("Direct voting Now") and "Eu quero votar para presidente" ("I want to vote for president").
In April 1984, the Amendment Proposal For Direct Voting was rejected by the Chamber of Deputies, which collaborated to the departure of Sócrates to the Italian Serie A (Fiorentina), and to the end of the Corinthians Democracy. This talented generation won the São Paulo State Leagues of 1982 and 1983, and reached the 1982 and 1984 Brazilian League semi-finals.
This notable team provided the charming Brazil of 1982 (5mn46s video) with Sócrates, who played 265 matches for Corinthians, scoring 172 goals between 1978 and 1984.
1990: the first Brazilian League title
After winning the 1988 State League title, Corinthians won their first Brazilian League title in 1990. Led by midfielder Neto to the knock-out stages, Corinthians defeated Atlético Mineiro in the quarter-finals. In the 1st leg, they did a 2-1 comeback, with both goals from Neto: the first with a header and the second shooting from inside the box. In the 2nd leg, a 0-0 tie put Corinthians in the semi-final stage against Bahia.
In the 1st leg of the semis, Bahia opened the scored, but Corinthians tied with an own goal. Neto scored the 2nd goal with his trademark style, the free-kick. In the 2nd leg, a 0-0 tie was enough to put Corinthians in the final.
In the final, a derby between Corinthians and the São Paulo of Zetti, Cafu, Leonardo, Raí and the coach Telê Santana (former 1982 Brazil coach).
In the 1st leg, Wilson Mano scored the only goal of the match at '4. Fabinho (Corinthians) almost scored the 2nd after this brilliant run and conclusion, saved by Zetti, and Ronaldo (Corinthians GK), fantastic as always, kept Corinthians goal secured with great saves. In the final 2nd leg, Corinthians scored the only goal of the match at '54, after a great one-two between Fabinho and Tupãzinho, with the latter scoring the goal, and securing Corinthians first Brazilian League title.
Ronaldo (GK) and Marcelo Djian (CB) were both elected to the League's Best XI.
Corinthians kept the good shape and won 2 more State Leagues (1995, 1997) and 1 Copa do Brasil undefeated (1995), as well as 2nd place in the 1994 Brazilian League, with a new generation led by Viola and their eventual big idol, Marcelinho Carioca.
1998-2000: National legacy, champions of the World and the Copa Libertadores trauma
Tournament Champion Runner-up 3rd place 4th place
1998 Brazilian League Corinthians Cruzeiro Santos Portuguesa
1999 State League Corinthians Palmeiras Santos São Paulo
1999 Brazilian League Corinthians Atlético Mineiro Vitória São Paulo
2000 Club World Cup Corinthians Vasco Necaxa (Mexico) Real Madrid (Spain)
Vampeta, Rincón, Marcelinho and Ricardinho. The high-level of this midfield make the hearing of their names sound like poetry. The best Corinthians of all-time counted with other monsters such as GK Dida, Paraguayan CB Gamarra, LB Kléber, and the FW duo Luizão and Edílson. 5 of these guys were with the Brazil NT in the 2002 World Cup.
In this period, Corinthians won the 1998 and 1999 Brazilian Leagues, the 2000 Club World Cup and the 1999 São Paulo State League.
Luxemburgo (eventual Real Madrid coach) was the man behind the creation of this superteam. In the 1998 Brazilian League, Corinthians qualified to the knock-out stages with the best campaign. They first sent Grêmio home in the quarter-finals; and then Santos in the semi-finals, after three exciting matches (4mn51s video) and this fine and decisive goal by Edilson at '57 of the 3rd semi-final match.
In the big final against Cruzeiro, Corinthians started badly on the 1st match (away), losing 0-2 at half-time, but recovered greatly with two goals and left with a 2-2 tie. The 2nd leg, at home, was a 1-1 tie, with Corinthians opening the score and Cruzeiro equalizing later. In the 3rd final match, at home, Corinthians won by 2-0, with the first goal by Edilson at '70 and the second goal by Marcelinho Carioca at '80. For the 2nd time, Corinthians were crowned Brazilian champions. Gamarra and Vampeta were elected to the League's Best XI, while Edílson won the Golden Ball and Marcelinho Carioca was the team's topscorer with 19 goals in 28 matches. Their coach Luxemburgo left Corinthians to command the Brazil NT, appointing his auxiliary Oswaldo de Oliveira as the new coach.
Corinthians 1999 season was a hell of a rollercoaster. Qualified to the big dream, the Copa Libertadores, the team was the same as 1998, and had the arrival of Dida and Luizão.
In May 1999, Corinthians were knocked-off of the Copa Libertadores quarter-finals by their archrival Palmeiras, 2-4 on the penalties, after two evenly derbies (0-2, 2-0).
Weeks later, in June 1999, Corinthians and Palmeiras, again, disputed the final of the State League. Corinthians won the 1st derby 3-0. At minute 75 of the 2nd leg, with 2-2 in the score and Corinthians' title secured, Corinthians' winger Edílson performed the biggest provocation in the history of Brazilian football, by doing kick-ups with the ball, provoking this huge, epic and funny struggle. The match ended, and Corinthians were crowned State champions.
At the end of the season, Corinthians dominated the 1999 Brazilian League. In the K.O stage, they beat Guarani in the quarter-finals, and then their city rival São Paulo in the semis (3-2, 2-1), after Dida epically saved two penalties from São Paulo idol Raí (former PSG): the first on his left side at '52, and the second on his right side at '92. Corinthians then won the 2nd leg 2-1 and qualified to the finals.
They would face Atlético Mineiro, and lost the 1st leg (away) 2-3. At home in the 2nd leg, Corinthians beat them 2-0 with 2 goals from Luizão, the first at '28 from a header, and the second at '59 from inside the box. The 3rd leg was an electrifying 0-0 tie, and Corinthians were declared back-to-back Brazilian League champions.
Dida, Rincón and Vampeta were elected to the League's Best XI, Marcelinho Carioca won the Golden Ball, and Luizão was the team's topscorer with 21 goals in 25 matches.
The 2000 FIFA Club World Cup title
In 2000, took place in Brazil the first edition of the Club World Cup, and Corinthians qualified as Brazilian champions.
Group A Points Goal difference
Corinthians 7 +4
Real Madrid (Spain) 7 +3
Al-Nassr (Saudi Arabia) 3 -3
Raja Casablanca (Morocco) 0 -4
Group B Points Goal difference
Vasco 9 +5
Necaxa (Mexico) 4 +1
Manchester United (England) 4 0
South Melbourne (Australia) 0 -6
Before Real Madrid's match against Corinthians, the French centre-back Karembeu said he didn't know who Edilson (Corinthians number 10) was. In the match, Edilson humiliated him with this dismantling and shameful nutmeg, before scoring this painting of a goal. The match ended 2-2, with Edílson also scoring the other Corinthians goal.
This beautiful image is perfect to describe Karembeu's humiliating moment.
Corinthians would proceed to play against Vasco in the big final. 70.000 Corinthianos invaded Rio de Janeiro just like in 1976, expecting a great match against Vasco's dream team that had Romário, Edmundo and Juninho Pernambucano. After a 0-0 tie, it went to the penalties. Dida saved Gilberto's shot, and Marcelino Carioca only needed to score to end it, but he missed it. However, Edmundo lost Vasco's last penalty, and Corinthians were crowned Club World champions.
However, later that year, Corinthians met their archrivals Palmeiras once again in the Copa Libertadores, now in the semi-finals. After two crazy evenly derbies (4-3, 2-3), it went to the penalties, just like in 1999. And Marcelinho lost his one, getting Corinthians out of the tournament, and beginning a huge frustration and trauma of the Corinthianos for not having a continental title, while all their state rivals (Palmeiras, São Paulo and Santos) had.
2001-2010: Carlitos Tévez, the 2007 relegation, Ronaldo Nazário's last dance, and the Copa Libertadores trauma
The 2000s was a crazy decade for Corinthians.
They won 3 State League titles (2001, 2003, 2009), 1 Brazilian League (2005), 2 Copa do Brasil (2002, 2009) and 1 Rio-São Paulo (2002). But they were also relegated to the Brazilian League Serie B in 2007.
Highlights to their Galáticos 2005 team, led by Argentine stars Tévez and Mascherano, as well as Carlos Alberto (former Porto) and Nilmar (eventual Villareal), who together won the 2005 Brazilian League.
After their relegation to Serie B in 2007, the club rebuilt greatly under the president Andrés Sanchez.
He brought the legend Ronaldo Nazário in 2009, who led Corinthians to the 2009 State League title against Neymar's Santos and to the 2009 Copa do Brasil title against Internacional. Ronaldo scored 35 goals in 69 matches, with great highlights, notably this last-minute goal on his 1st match in a derby against Palmeiras and also this goal against Santos in the 2009 State League final. He was joined by left-back Roberto Carlos in 2010, before retiring in 2011.
But the Copa Libertadores trauma was still alive. The 30 million Corinthianos couldn't live with the jokes and suffering for not having a continental title.
Year Stage Knocked-out by
1977 Copa Libertadores Group Stage Internacional
1991 Copa Libertadores Round of 16 Boca Juniors (Argentina)
1996 Copa Libertadores Quarter-finals Grêmio
1999 Copa Libertadores Quarter-finals Palmeiras
2000 Copa Libertadores Semi-finals Palmeiras
2003 Copa Libertadores Round of 16 River Plate (Argentina)
2006 Copa Libertadores Round of 16 River Plate (Argentina)
2010 Copa Libertadores Round of 16 Flamengo
2011 Copa Libertadores Preliminary Round Tolima (Colombia)
But after the 2011 elimination, a new era began.
Corinthians 2011-2012: National, Continental and World champions, the dream came true
The coach Tite almost lost his job after the ridiculous defeat to Tolima. But he stayed and focused on the 2011 Brazilian League.
Corinthians dominated the league, leading it for 27 rounds (out of 38). On the last round, they tied 0-0 against Palmeiras and secured their 5th Brazilian League title. However, sadly on this same day, the old idol Sócrates passed away, at the age of 57.
Corinthians had thus qualified to the 2012 Copa Libertadores, which they would brilliantly win undefeated (8W-6D), as well as their 2nd FIFA Club World Cup title.
Tournament Stage Match Goals
2012 Libertadores GS 1-1 Táchira (VEN) Ralf
2012 Libertadores GS 2-0 Nacional (PAR) Danilo, Jorge Henrique
2012 Libertadores GS 0-0 Cruz Azul (MEX) -
2012 Libertadores GS 1-0 Cruz Azul (MEX) Danilo
2012 Libertadores GS 3-1 Nacional (PAR) Jorge Henrique, Sheik, Elton
2012 Libertadores GS 6-0 Táchira (VEN) Danilo, Paulinho, Jorge Henrique, Sheik, Liédson, Douglas
2012 Libertadores Ro16 0-0 Emelec (ECU) -
2012 Libertadores Ro16 3-0 Emelec (ECU) Fábio Santos, Paulinho, Alex
2012 Libertadores QF 0-0 Vasco -
2012 Libertadores QF 1-0 Vasco Paulinho
2012 Libertadores SF 1-0 Santos Sheik
2012 Libertadores SF 1-1 Santos Danilo
2012 Libertadores Final 1-1 Boca Juniors (ARG) Romarinho
2012 Libertadores Final 2-0 Boca Juniors (ARG) Sheik (2x)
2012 Club World Cup SF 1-0 Al-Ahly (EGY) Guerrero
2012 Club World Cup Final 1-0 Chelsea (ENG) Guerrero
Corinthians topped their group stage, placing 2nd overall in the cup. In the round of 16 they met Emelec (Ecuador), and held a 0-0 tie away in the 1st leg, before beating them 3-0 at home in the 2nd leg without much problems, except this dangerous chance and this ball in the post in Ecuador.
In the quarter-finals, the adversary was the Brazilian team, Vasco. The 1st leg was in Rio de Janeiro, a 0-0 tie, with this only big chance in Corinthians' favor. In the 2nd leg, Corinthians were pressing Vasco a lot, until the minute 62, when Vasco forward Diego Souza threw this incredible opportunity away. Had he scored, Corinthians would need 2 goals in 30 minutes. Corinthians kept pressing, until Paulinho scored the winning goal at '87.
In the semi-finals, the current Copa Libertadores champions, Santos, with Neymar, Ganso, Elano & co., would be a tough opponent. But, playing away, Corinthians' Sheik opened the score at '27 with this nice goal. Cássio made this good defense at '57, and this other one at '80. In the 2nd leg, Neymar opened the score for Santos at '35, but Danilo scored for Corinthians at '47, as the match ended 1-1, with Corinthians qualified to their 1st Copa Libertadores final.
In the big final against Riquelme's Boca Juniors (Argentina), who were chasing their 7th title, Corinthians would play the first match in Argentina. Boca opened the score at '72, but Romarinho equalized at '84, after Paulinho took the ball from Riquelme. Boca still had time to hit the post at '90. In the 2nd leg in São Paulo, Sheik opened the score at '53 and scored the 2nd at '71, after a juvenile mistake by Boca. At '92 the match was over, and Corinthians were crowned Copa Libertadores champions for the first time, and undefeated.
2012 Club World Cup - Corinthians 1-0 Chelsea
After beating Al-Ahly (Egypt) 1-0 in the semis, with this goal from Paolo Guerrero, Corinthians was ready to face Chelsea, the European champions, in the final. 30.000 Corinthianos invaded Japan for this unique moment.
Cássio (GK) saved Corinthians at least 4 times, notably with this one. But at '68, after a confusion inside the box, Paolo Guerrero scored the only goal of the match. At '84, Fernando Torres lost this 1on1 opportunity, brilliantly saved by Cássio. At '94, the match ended, and Corinthians were crowned Club World champions for the 2nd time in their history.
Corinthians - 1 Chelsea - 0
12. Cássio 1. Cech
2. Alessandro 2. Ivanovic (Azpilicueta)
3. Chicão 4. David Luiz
13. Paulo André 24. Cahill
6. Fábio Santos 3. A. Cole
5. Ralf 8. Lampard
8. Paulinho 7. Ramires
11. Sheik (Wallace) 13. Moses (Oscar)
23. J. Henrique 17. Hazard (Marin)
20. Danilo 10. Juan Mata
9. Paolo Guerrero (Martinez) 9. Torres
Tite Rafa Benítez
2013-today
After these brilliant days, Corinthians remained on the top tier of Brazilian and South American football. They completed an International Treble in 2013 after winning the 2013 Recopa Sudamericana, won two more notable Brasileirão titles (2015, 2017), and also four more state leagues (2013, 2017, 2018, 2019). Their new arena was also concluded, in 2014.
Aqui é Corinthians!!! (This is Corinthians!!!)
To this day, Corinthians has a fanbase of 30 million supporters, and a stadium attendance average of 33.000, as of 2019.
If you have any questions about Brazilian football, feel free to join us at futebol, where you'll be very welcomed!
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2020.09.01 22:07 eZGjBw1Z [Scotch] Classic Malts Coastal and Strong Collections on Clearance Today

I'm not a Scotch expert but this seems like a deal worth posting.
Today's price changes dropped the price by $26 to $38.99 for both of these products
Although OHLQ says these are 200 ML products, Brand Master says they're 20.4 oz which is 603.3 ML. This matches up with the 3x200 ML products linked in parenthesis above. This three pack is $1.92/fl oz. Separately, the 750 ML bottles of each of these products are more expensive so this could be a good way to try new things at a good value.
The catch is that when these products are de-listed (and flagged as Last Call items?) we are completely blocked from seeing their availability online in all but a few stores (more than just the Last Call stores for some reason). The Coastal Pack was de-listed on 7/1 data from then is now two months out of date. The Strong Pack was de-listed today so at least that's a bit more recent. They have also hidden the Strong Pack at any store that is not a Last Call location. Both products are actually listed on the Last Call products list. HandMeSomeHandsome shared that stores are not required to send product back to the state to be consolidated at Last Call locations so you may be able to find this stuff closer to home.
As of the end of last update on 6/30, just before it was de-listed, CLASSIC MALTS - COASTAL PACK was shown in the following stores. Some may have sold out by now but I doubt any other stores than these would have received this product after it was de-listed
  1. Lake's Beverage 3963 S. Main Street, Akron
  2. Silver Spirits Liquor Agency 1482 North Portage Path, Akron
  3. Kroger 919 East State Street, Athens
  4. Wine Reserve Of Aurora 1029 Aurora Road, Aurora
  5. Giant Eagle 24601 Chagrin Blvd.-Liq Dept., Beachwood
  6. Kroger 4100 Hunt Road, Blue Ash
  7. Giant Eagle 4343 E. Royalton Road, Broadview Heights
  8. Giant Eagle 3440 Center Road, Brunswick
  9. Top Shelf 7257 Fulton Dr NW, Canton
  10. Fishers Foods 5215 Fulton Drive Nw Jackson Twp, Canton
  11. Wine Reserve 16785 Chillicothe Rd, Chagrin Falls
  12. Giant Eagle 351 Center St, Chardon
  13. Jungle Jim's 4450 Eastgate Boulevard, Cincinnati
  14. Kroger 3760 Paxton Avenue, Cincinnati
  15. Westside Liquor 2315 Ferguson Rd, Cincinnati
  16. Kroger 2120 Beechmont, Cincinnati
  17. Giant Eagle 3050 W. 117Th St., Cleveland
  18. Downtown Liquor 1303 West 6Th Street, Cleveland
  19. Zagara's Marketplace 1940 Lee Road, Cleveland Heights
  20. Northwest Wine and Spirits 821 Bethel Road, Columbus
  21. Galloway Wine & Spirits 950 Galloway Rd, Columbus
  22. Giant Eagle 840 W 3rd Ave, Columbus
  23. Kroger 150 W Sycamore Street, Columbus
  24. Honeybee Drive Thru 1600 S. High Street, Columbus
  25. Chateau Wine & Spirits 2131 Polaris Parkway, Columbus
  26. Arena Wine & Spirits 492 Armstrong Street, Columbus
  27. Giant Eagle 5461 New Albany Road West, Columbus
  28. Giant Eagle 6867 E Broad St, Columbus
  29. Kroger 1177 Polaris Parkway, Columbus
  30. Weiland's Market 3600 Indianola Avenue, Columbus
  31. Giant Eagle 2687 State Road, Cuyahoga Falls
  32. Fine Wine & True Spirits 6080 Wilmington Pike, Dayton
  33. Kroger 1840 Columbus Pike, Delaware
  34. Kroger 7625 Sawmill Rd, Dublin
  35. Giant Eagle 6700 Perimeter Loop Rd, Dublin
  36. Chateau Wine & Spirits 6665 Sawmill Road, Dublin
  37. Kroger 885 Union Blvd., Englewood
  38. Jungle Jim's International Market 5440 Dixie Highway, Fairfield
  39. Beverage Barn 1901 Tiffin Ave, Findlay
  40. Giant Eagle 1250 North Hamilton Road, Gahanna
  41. That's The Spirit 8039 State Street, Garrettsville
  42. Kroger 2525 Hilliard Rome Road, Hilliard
  43. Arrow Wine Stores 2950 Far Hills Ave, Kettering
  44. Simone's Beverage & Deli 18414-26 Detroit Ave, Lakewood
  45. Giant Eagle 1394 Ety Shops Way, Lancaster
  46. Giant Eagle 55 Meadow Park Ave. Orange Twp., Lewis Center
  47. Kroger 31550 Chieftain Drive, Logan
  48. O'Bryan's Wine & Spirits 8972 Columbia Road Unit A, Loveland
  49. Giant Eagle 25105 Cedar Rd., Lyndhurst
  50. Spirits of Madeira 6917-19 Miami Ave., Madeira
  51. Arrow Wine & Spirits 6061 Radio Way, Mason
  52. Pauken Wine & Liquor 221 Golden Gate Shopping Center, Maumee
  53. Golden Gate Beverag. & Liquor 6105 Mayfield Road, Mayfield Heights
  54. World Wines And Liquor 8760 Mentor Avenue, Mentor
  55. Giant Eagle 6869 Southland Drive, Middleburg Heights
  56. Giant Eagle 27264 Lorain Road, North Olmsted
  57. Giant Eagle 34325 Center Ridge Road, North Ridgeville
  58. Royal Park Beverage 12770 Royalton Road, North Royalton
  59. Giant Eagle 290 Aurora Rd, Northfield
  60. Giant Eagle 7400 Broadview Road, Parma
  61. Giant Eagle 7939 Day Drive, Parma
  62. Pat O'Brien's Fine Wines 30800 Pine Tree Drive, Pepper Pike
  63. Kroger 1045 Hill Road North, Pickerington
  64. Giant Eagle 873 Refugee Rd., Pickerington
  65. Ale Wine and Spirits 7560 Guardwell Street, Powell
  66. Minotti's Rocky River Wine Shop 19831 Detroit Rd, Rocky River
  67. Giant Eagle 4260 Sr 44 Unit 1, Rootstown
  68. Giant Eagle 34310 Aurora Road, Solon
  69. Springboro Spirits 748 Gardner Rd., Springboro
  70. Giant Eagle 1280 State Route 303, Streetsboro
  71. Giant Eagle 15919 Pearl Rd, Strongsville
  72. Joseph's Beverage Center 4129 Talmadge Road, Toledo
  73. Giant Eagle 3061 Kingsdale Center, Upper Arlington
  74. Giant Eagle 825 Ambassador Dr., Wadsworth
  75. Kroger 7345 S.R. 3 Genoa Twp., Westerville
  76. Giant Eagle 30275 Detroit Rd., Westlake
  77. Kroger 60 Worthington Mall, Worthington
  78. The Hills Market 7860 Olentangy River Rd., Worthington
As of the end of the day yesterday, CLASSIC MALTS - STRONG PACK was in these 128 stores. Give them a call or a visit soon and they may still have the product before it gets sent off to the Last Call locations.
  1. Lake's Beverage 3963 S. Main Street, Akron
  2. Silver Spirits Liquor Agency 1482 North Portage Path, Akron
  3. Cork and Brew 349 West Market Street, Akron
  4. Leprechaun Party House 2707 Manchester Rd., Akron
  5. Giant Eagle 1800 W. State Street, Alliance
  6. Giant Eagle 2201 Kresge Drive, Amherst
  7. GS Spirits 2302 Metcalf Drive, Ashtabula
  8. Kroger 919 East State Street, Athens
  9. Aurora Spirits 312 Aurora Commons Circle, Aurora
  10. Wine Reserve Of Aurora 1029 Aurora Road, Aurora
  11. Giant Eagle 31990 Walker Road, Avon Lake
  12. Giant Eagle 24601 Chagrin Blvd.-Liq Dept., Beachwood
  13. Kroger 1094 North Main Street, Bowling Green
  14. Giant Eagle 4343 E. Royalton Road, Broadview Heights
  15. Giant Eagle 3440 Center Road, Brunswick
  16. Top Shelf 7257 Fulton Dr NW, Canton
  17. Rocky's Wine & Beverage 3616 Cleveland Avenue South, Canton
  18. Fishers Foods 5215 Fulton Drive Nw Jackson Twp, Canton
  19. Lakeview Carry Out 103 East Logan Street, Celina
  20. Wine Reserve 16785 Chillicothe Rd, Chagrin Falls
  21. Giant Eagle 351 Center St, Chardon
  22. Jungle Jim's 4450 Eastgate South Blvd, Cincinnati
  23. Cincy Liquors 7617 Reading Road Unit D, Cincinnati
  24. Kroger 1 West Corry Street, Cincinnati
  25. Hyde Park Wine And Spirits 2719 Madison Road, Cincinnati
  26. Kroger 3760 Paxton Avenue, Cincinnati
  27. Westside Liquor 2315 Ferguson Rd, Cincinnati
  28. Kroger 7578 Beechmont Ave, Cincinnati
  29. Giant Eagle 3050 W. 117Th St., Cleveland
  30. Zagara's Marketplace 1940 Lee Road, Cleveland Heights
  31. Northwest Wine and Spirits 821 Bethel Road, Columbus
  32. Galloway Wine & Spirits 950 Galloway Rd, Columbus
  33. Kroger 1375 Chambers, Columbus
  34. Giant Eagle 4747 Sawmill Road, Columbus
  35. Giant Eagle 840 W 3rd Ave, Columbus
  36. Kroger 150 W Sycamore Street, Columbus
  37. Kroger 3600 Soldano Blvd, Columbus
  38. Chateau Wine & Spirits 2131 Polaris Parkway, Columbus
  39. Kroger 199 Graceland Blvd, Columbus
  40. Arena Wine & Spirits 492 Armstrong Street, Columbus
  41. Giant Eagle 5461 New Albany Road West, Columbus
  42. Giant Eagle 6867 E Broad St, Columbus
  43. Kroger 1177 Polaris Parkway, Columbus
  44. Weiland's Market 3600 Indianola Avenue, Columbus
  45. Giant Eagle 6700 Hayden Run Road, Columbus-Hilliard
  46. Buehlers 830 S. Second Street, Coshocton
  47. Kork & Kap 135 E Main St, Crestline
  48. Giant Eagle 2687 State Road, Cuyahoga Falls
  49. Liquor and Wine Warehouse 3440 York Commons Blvd, Dayton
  50. Fine Wine & True Spirits 6080 Wilmington Pike, Dayton
  51. Kroger 1840 Columbus Pike, Delaware
  52. Giant Eagle 515 Union Ave., Dover
  53. Giant Eagle 6700 Perimeter Loop Rd, Dublin
  54. Chateau Wine & Spirits 6665 Sawmill Road, Dublin
  55. Discount Tobacco & Beverage 34722 Vine Street, Eastlake
  56. Kroger 885 Union Blvd., Englewood
  57. Jungle Jim's International Market 5440 Dixie Highway, Fairfield
  58. 1837 Wine and Spirits Emporium 1383 E. Johnstown Road, Gahanna
  59. Giant Eagle 1250 North Hamilton Road, Gahanna
  60. Giant Eagle 5744 Transportation Blvd., Garfield Heights
  61. Giant Eagle 2173 Stringtown Road, Grove City
  62. Kroger 2525 Hilliard Rome Road, Hilliard
  63. Miami Wine and Liquor 6565 Brandt Pike, Huber Heights
  64. Wine & Liquor Depot 96 E. Coshocton Street, Johnstown
  65. Arrow Wine Stores 2950 Far Hills Ave, Kettering
  66. Simone's Beverage & Deli 18414-26 Detroit Ave, Lakewood
  67. Giant Eagle 1394 Ety Shops Way, Lancaster
  68. Giant Eagle 55 Meadow Park Ave. Orange Twp., Lewis Center
  69. O'Bryan's Wine & Spirits 8972 Columbia Road Unit A, Loveland
  70. Giant Eagle 25105 Cedar Rd., Lyndhurst
  71. Spirits of Madeira 6917-19 Miami Ave., Madeira
  72. Kroger 1240 Park Ave West, Mansfield
  73. Arrow Wine & Spirits 6061 Radio Way, Mason
  74. Walt Churchill's Market 3320 Briarfield Blvd., Maumee
  75. Golden Gate Beverage & Liquor 6105 Mayfield Road, Mayfield Heights
  76. Buehler's 3626 Medina Road Montville Township, Medina
  77. Buehler's - North Court Beverage 998 North Court St, Medina
  78. World Wines And Liquor 8760 Mentor Avenue, Mentor
  79. Giant Eagle 6869 Southland Drive, Middleburg Heights
  80. Lehr's Prime Market 740 Main St, Milford
  81. The Wine Connection 1258 S.R. 28 Miami Twp., Milford
  82. Kroger 1155 21St Street, Newark
  83. Giant Eagle 1955 & 1959 East Maple Street, North Canton
  84. ACME 1474 N Main St, North Canton
  85. Chalet Premier 10000 Market Street-Beaver Twp., North Lima
  86. Cap and Corks 25141 Lorain Rd., North Olmsted
  87. Giant Eagle 27264 Lorain Road, North Olmsted
  88. Giant Eagle 34325 Center Ridge Road, North Ridgeville
  89. Royal Park Beverage 12770 Royalton Road, North Royalton
  90. Johnny's Carry Out & Wine Shop 12290 Sr 58 North Russia Twp., Oberlin
  91. Oxford Spirits 21 Lynn Avenue Unit 108, Oxford
  92. Giant Eagle 7400 Broadview Road, Parma
  93. Giant Eagle 7939 Day Drive, Parma
  94. Pat O'Brien's Fine Wines 30800 Pine Tree Drive, Pepper Pike
  95. Rite Aid Discount Pharmacy 1175 Louisiana Ave., Perrysburg
  96. Giant Eagle 873 Refugee Rd., Pickerington
  97. Giant Eagle 4000 West Powell Rd, Powell
  98. Ale Wine and Spirits 7560 Guardwell Street, Powell
  99. Kroger 6580 East Main Street, Reynoldsburg
  100. Corkscrew Johnny's 2542 Brecksville Road, Richfield
  101. Minotti's Rocky River Wine Shop 19831 Detroit Rd, Rocky River
  102. Giant Eagle 4260 Sr 44 Unit 1, Rootstown
  103. Giant Eagle 34310 Aurora Road, Solon
  104. Keg n Cork Beverage Center 1115 Mitchell Blvd., Springfield
  105. Wine Works 1550 Commerce Road, Springfield
  106. Giant Eagle 4300 Kent Road, Stow
  107. Giant Eagle 1700 Norton Road, Stow
  108. Giant Eagle 1280 State Route 303, Streetsboro
  109. Giant Eagle 15919 Pearl Rd, Strongsville
  110. Gill's Beverage And Deli 13923 Prospect Rd, Strongsville
  111. Marino's Beverage Depot 5829 C Monroe Street, Sylvania
  112. Joseph's Beverage Center 4129 Talmadge Road, Toledo
  113. Twinsburg Beverage 9224 Darrow Rd Units F & G, Twinsburg
  114. Green Road Liquor 2181 South Green Rd, University Heights
  115. Giant Eagle 3061 Kingsdale Center, Upper Arlington
  116. Giant Eagle 4453 E. Liberty Avenue, Vermilion
  117. Giant Eagle 825 Ambassador Dr., Wadsworth
  118. Beckett Wine & Liquor 8211 Princeton Glendale Rd, West Chester
  119. Kroger 55 W. Schrock, Westerville
  120. Kroger 7345 S.R. 3 Genoa Twp., Westerville
  121. Giant Eagle 30275 Detroit Rd., Westlake
  122. Giant Eagle 36475 Euclid Avenue, Willoughby
  123. Shoregate Beverage & Liquor 30498 Lake Shore Blvd, Willowick
  124. Buehler's Milltown 3540 Burbank Road, Wooster
  125. Kroger 60 Worthington Mall, Worthington
  126. The Hills Market 7860 Olentangy River Rd., Worthington
  127. Wine Cellar 105 S. Meridian Road, Youngstown
  128. A & C Southway Beverage 45 South Ave 1St Fl, Youngstown
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2020.08.26 09:27 majinmattossj2 Brazilian Big12 series, Episode 7/12: Internacional

Previous episodes: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Grêmio, Botafogo, Atlético Mineiro
In this series I will present each of the 12 Brazilian teams that together compose the "Big 12". My point is to make them more knowledgeable to you, since each one of these teams have their share of the Brazil national team success and of Brazilian club football accomplishments as a whole. I'll try to be as smooth, efficient and non-boring as I can. If the feedback is positive, I'll keep bringing more to this series. So ok, let's do this!
Method: I'll present the teams in a chronological order, from the oldest foundation (Flamengo-1895) to the latest one (São Paulo-1930). The order will be: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Grêmio, Botafogo, Atlético Mineiro, Internacional, Corinthians, Santos, Palmeiras, Cruzeiro, São Paulo. How many of these have you heard of?
Extra clubs: Due to a high number of requests, I'll also present 3 teams who don't belong to the Big12, but are also considered big clubs in Brazil: Bahia, Athletico Paranaense and Coritiba. Welcome to the club!
Geographical reference: Before we start, I'd like to ask something very simple from you. I want you to keep in mind that these 12 teams are spread in 4 different States in Brazil. The club's State name is written below, next to the club's name. It has a direct link to Google Maps, so that you can check it out to make this experience more accurate.

Episode 7/12: Internacional (State: Rio Grande do Sul), founded in 1909

State rival: Grêmio

Stadium: Beira-Rio (New) / (Old)

Mascot: Saci

Major achievements: 1 Club World Cup (2006), 2 Copa Libertadores (2006, 2010), 3 Brazilian Leagues (1975, 1976, 1979), 1 Copa do Brasil (1992), 1 Copa Sudamericana (2008)

State League titles: 45 (Against Grêmio's 38)

PLAY AND LISTEN TO INTERNACIONAL'S ANTHEM WHILE READING - Click here
The first decades
Internacional was founded in 1909 by a Brazilian journalist and his brothers, who wanted to integrate different nationalities into a club, in a time when non-German descendants had a hard time finding a club. In that time, there wasn't a National League yet - due to the country's bigness and weak infrastructure -, so the teams would play in their State Leagues until 1959. Until then, Internacional won 15 State Leagues (their rival Grêmio, 9), with notably 8 titles in the 1940s by the "Steamroller" team. What probably helped Internacional in this period was the acceptance of black players since 1928, while it took Grêmio until 1952 to do so.
Falcão and the Golden Era: 1969-1979
After a difficult 1960s decade due to the construction of the Beira-Rio stadium (though getting 2 National League runner-up spots in 1967 and 1968), Internacional was ready to shine, beginning with their new stadium inauguration in 1969.
In this 11-year period, the club won 9 State Leagues and 3 Brazilian Leagues (1975, 1976, 1979), with a notable Invincible title in 1979.
In the 9 State League titles campaigns, Internacional performed overall with 125W-29D-3L, or 89% of the points. In the 3 National Leagues titles campaigns, they managed a record of 54W-16D-6L, or 82% of the points.
In the 1975-76 back-to-back Brazilian League titles, Internacional was led by the world-class players Figueroa and Falcão, and also names like Manga, Carpegiani, Valdomiro and Lula, all of them elected to the League's Best XI, and also with at least 10 caps for the Brazilian NT (in Figueroa's case, the Chilean NT).
In 1975, after three group stages, Internacional met in the semi-finals the crazy Fluminense of Rivellino, Carlos Alberto Torres and PC Caju. Playing at the Maracanã, Internacional won 2-0, with two stunning goals after two brilliant assists (52s video). In the big final against Cruzeiro, at home, Internacional beat them 1-0, with a very solid match by their GK Manga, and an interesting goal by Figueroa: the sun shone at his exact spot at the moment of the goal, being therefore called The Enlightened goal. Flávio, from Internacional, was the league topscorer, with 16 goals.
In 1976, after winning a record 8-consecutive State League titles and being knocked off of the Copa Libertadores by Cruzeiro (in a crazy 4-5 defeat), Internacional would meet Atlético Mineiro in the semis of the Brazilian League. The opponents opened the score, but Batista tied it with a nice shot from the outside of the area at '28. At '91, Falcão scored the winning goal, after an amazing one-two with the head with teammate Escurinho, from the outside of the area until the back of the net. Internacional would then play against Corinthians in the big final, who had defeated Fluminense in the other semis. Without problems, Internacional beat them 2-0, with goals from Dario and Valdomiro, to be crowned Brazilian champions for the 2nd time in a row - with Figueroa winning the league Golden Ball, and Dario being the topscorer with 28 goals.
Invincibles 1979: the team that never lost
For the first time in the modern era (post-1971) of the Brazilian League, and an unique feat until today, a team was able to win the league undefeated. Internacional 1979 played 23 matches, with 16 wins and 7 draws. It wasn't the same brilliant team from 1975-76, but they still counted with their star player Falcão, aged 26, and a very strong roster. After three group stages, they faced the Palmeiras of Telê Santana in the semis, national champions twice in the 1970s. In the 1st leg in São Paulo, Palmeiras opened the score, but Jair equalized. Palmeiras scored again at '55, but Falcão's star shone brighter as he equalized from a header, before scoring the winning goal at '70, ending the match with a 3-2. In the 2nd leg, at home, a 1-1 tie guaranteed Internacional in the big final of the league, against Roberto Dinamite's Vasco.
Without Falcão for the final's 1st leg away, at the Maracanã, Internacional still managed to win the match 2-0, with both goals from Chico Spina: one in the 1st half, and the other in the 2nd half. In the 2nd leg, at home, Internacional opened the score with Jair, and Falcão scored the 2nd goal, before Vasco scored once and the match ended with a 2-1 win for Internacional, who won their 3rd league title in the decade. Falcão, like in 1978, was elected the tournament's best player, winning the Golden Ball.
1980s: the Silver Era
In the 1980s, Internacional finished 2nd in the 1980 Copa Libertadores, 1987 and 1988 Brazilian Leagues.
In 1980, Falcão's last season before moving to Italy to become King of Rome, Internacional reached the Copa Libertadores final, after topping their two group stages. After a tie at home in the final's 1st leg, they lost 0-1 to Nacional, in Montevideo, Uruguay.
In 1987, they lost the national league final to Flamengo (1-1 and 0-1), and in 1988, to Bahia (1-2 and 0-0).
Internacional main team also represented Brazil in the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles, losing in the final to France (0-2).
However, Internacional was able to win a friendly tournament in Spain, the Juan Gamper 1982 Trophy. After beating Maradona's Barcelona in the Camp Nou (0,0; PK: 4-1), they beat Manchester City 3-1 in the final, becoming the first and only non-European team to win the trophy. Internacional also won four consecutive state league titles (1981-84).
The 1992 Copa do Brasil
In 1989, the Copa do Brasil was created, and it took 4 seasons for Internacional to win their only national cup, in 1992. They beat Muniz Freire (3-1, 5-0), Corinthians (4-0, 0-0), Grêmio (1-1, 1-1, PK 3-0), Palmeiras (2-0, 2-1) and Fluminense (1-2, 1-0) before being crowned champions. Highlights to the final's 2nd leg, when they scored the trophy-winning goal at '88 from a penalty kick, after missing this absurd opportunity.
Later in the 90s, they reached the semi-finals of the 1997 Brasileirão and of the 1999 Copa do Brasil. However, at the end of the 1999 season, Internacional escaped from relegation in the last league round, with a goal from their idol Dunga, against Palmeiras, at home. Internacional also won 4 state league titles in the 1990s.
2006-2011: International Glory - the 2nd Golden Era
Inter invested in their youth system at the turn of the century, providing the football world with names like Lúcio, Fábio Rochemback, Daniel Carvalho, Nilmar, Alexandre Pato and Rafael Sóbis, with some of them participating in the club's golden era.
After 4 consecutive state league titles in the early 2000s, and also reaching the Copa Sudamericana SF and QF in 2004 and 2005, Internacional was getting close to win a major title. In the 2005 Brazilian League, they finished 2nd, in one of the most controversial scandals of the history of the tournament, with the discovery of 11 matches fixed in Kia Joorabchian's MSI/Corinthians favor. Even if all the matches were played again, Internacional was immensely damaged by a referee in their decisive match against Corinthians, when this criminal penalty was not awarded to Internacional and the forward was sent off for simulation. Internacional finished 2nd, behind Corinthians, and had to content themselves with a Copa Libertadores spot.
Between 2006 and 2011, Internacional won 2 Copa Libertadores, 1 Club World Cup, 1 Copa Sudamericana and 2 Recopa Sudamericana - 6 international trophies. They also finished 2nd in 2 Brazilian Leagues, 1 Copa do Brasil and 1 Recopa Sudamericana.
The 2006 Copa Libertadores and Club World Cup dream
In 2006, Internacional won the Copa Libertadores and the Club World Cup, after beating São Paulo (2-1, 2-2) and Barcelona (1-0) in the finals.
Tournament Round Match Goals
2006 Libertadores GS 1-1 Maracaibo (VEN) Ceará
2006 Libertadores GS 3-0 Nacional (URU) Michel, Fernandão, R. Cardoso
2006 Libertadores GS 2-1 Pumas (MEX) Fernandão, Rentería
2006 Libertadores GS 3-2 Pumas (MEX) Michel, Fernandão, Adriano
2006 Libertadores GS 0-0 Nacional (URU) -
2006 Libertadores GS 4-0 Maracaibo (VEN) Adriano Gabiru, Bolívar, Michel, Rentería
2006 Libertadores Ro16 2-1 Nacional (URU) Jorge Wagner, Rentería
2006 Libertadores Ro16 0-0 Nacional (URU) -
2006 Libertadores QF 1-2 LDU (ECU) Jorge Wagner
2006 Libertadores QF 2-0 LDU (ECU) Rafael Sóbis, Rentería
2006 Libertadores SF 0-0 Libertad (PAR) -
2006 Libertadores SF 2-0 Libertad (PAR) Alex, Fernandão
2006 Libertadores Final 2-1 São Paulo Rafael Sóbis (2x)
2006 Libertadores Final 2-2 São Paulo Fernandão, Tinga
2006 Club World Cup SF 2-1 Al-Ahly (EGY) Pato, Luiz Adriano
2006 Club World Cup Final 1-0 Barcelona (SPA) Adriano Gabiru
In the continental campaign, they topped their group stage with 4W-2D, placing 2nd overall in the cup. Highlights to their 2 comeback victories against Pumas (Mexico), and to Rubens Cardoso difficult goal against Nacional (Uruguay).
In the ro16, Inter made a 2-1 comeback against Nacional, in Uruguay, with goals from Jorge Wagner in the 1st half, and this painting of a goal from Rentería. At home, a 0-0 draw qualified Inter to the quarter-finals, even though Nacional (Uruguay) had 2 goals wrongly disallowed.
In the quarter-finals, Inter lost the 1st leg 1-2 in Ecuador, to LDU. At home, Rafael Sóbis opened the score at '51 and Rentería scored this beautiful goal at '86 to put Inter in the semis.
In the semi-finals, Inter held a 0-0 tie in Paraguay against Libertad, with an incredible ball hitting the post, the back of Internacional GK and then going out at '86. At home, Inter opened the score with Alex and closed the 2-0 score with a goal from Fernandão.
In the big final, against current champions São Paulo, Inter played the 1st leg away and opened the score at '54 with Rafael Sóbis, who also scored the 2nd goal at '62, helping his team to leave with a 2-1 advantage for the 2nd leg at home. Fernandão opened the score at '29, after a huge mistake by legendary GK Rogério Ceni. São Paulo tied at '50, but Tinga scored at '70 and was sent off for taking his shirt off. São Paulo tied again at '85, and almost scored the trophy goal at '90. The match ended 2-2 at '93, and Internacional were crowned continental champions for the first time, thus qualifying to the Club World Cup in Japan.
2006 Club World Cup - dream victory against Barcelona's Ronaldinho
After beating Al-Ahly (Egypt) in the semis, with goals from the upcoming talent Alexandre Pato at '23 and Luiz Adriano at '71, Internacional would face the Barcelona of Ronaldinho in the final, undefeated champions of Europe.
It would be a very climatic final, due to the fact that Ronaldinho was revealed to football by Internacional's archrival Grêmio, which was also the club he supported since he was a kid. The GreNal rivalry (Grêmio vs. Internacional, one of the fiercest in South America) around this match was intense, not only because of Dinho, but also because Grêmio were the only club world champions of the state, since their 1983 title.
In a very open game, with a few real chances from Barcelona, Internacional defense were very solid. At minute 82, Iarley performed a nice nutmeg in Puyol and passed to Adriano Gabiru, who scored the only goal of the match, that would crown Internacional Club World champions. Two minutes later, Inter GK Clemer saved this dangerous shot from Deco. At '93, the match was over, and the world turned red.
Internacional - 1 Barcelona - 0
1. Clemer 1. Victor Valdés
2. Ceará 11. Zambrotta (Belletti)
3. Índio 4. Rafa Márquez
4. Fabiano Eller 5. Puyol (c)
15. Rubens Cardoso 12. Bronckhorst
8. Edinho 3. Thiago Motta (Xavi)
5. Wellington Monteiro 24. Iniesta
7. Alex (Vargas) 20. Deco
9. Fernandão (c) (Adriano Gabiru) 8. Giuly
10. Iarley 10. Ronaldinho
11. Pato (Luiz Adriano) 7. Gudjohnsen (Ezquerro)
Abel Braga Frank Rijkaard
Internacional ended the magical 2006 season finishing 2nd in the Brazilian League, and posteriorly won the International Treble in 2007, with the 2007 Recopa Sudamericana victory against Pachuca (Mexico) (1-2, 4-0).
2008: Copa Sudamericana
In 2008, led by Tite (coach), Alex, Nilmar and D'Alessandro, Internacional won the Copa Sudamericana (Southamerican version of the Europa League) undefeated (5W-5D). They beat on the way to the title: Grêmio (1-1, 2-2), Universidad Católica (Chile) (1-1, 0-0), Boca Juniors (Argentina) (2-0, 2-1), Chivas (Mexico) (2-0, 4-0) and Estudiantes (Argentina) (1-0, 1-1).
Highlights to their 85th minute tie-goal in Chile in the ro16 under a crazy fog, their 2-1 quarter-final victory in La Bombonera against Riquelme's Boca Juniors, and their crazy title-winning goal against Veron's Estudiantes, at home, in extra time, by Nilmar.
However, in 2009, they lost the Recopa Sudamericana to LDU (Ecuador) (0-1, 0-3), and also the Copa do Brasil final to Ronaldo Nazario's Corinthians (0-2, 2-2), besides finishing 2nd in the national league, behind Adriano's Flamengo.
2010: the Copa Libertadores dream again
Just 4 seasons after their 1st title, Internacional won the prestigious continental title for the 2nd time, only the 12th team in the history of the tournament to do so, and the 5th brazilian club.
Internacional topped their group stage, with 3W-3D, against Deportivo Quito (ECU), Cerro (URU), Emelec (ECU). In the KO stages, they won on the away goal rule until they reached the final.
In the ro16, they faced Banfield, from Argentina. In the 1st leg, away, they lost 1-3, with left-back Kléber scoring this beautiful goal for the Brazilians. At home, they opened the score with Alecsandro at '42 and Walter scored the qualifying goal at '57.
In the quarter-finals, they met the current champions Estudiantes, of the star Verón, from Argentina. In the 1st leg, at home, Inter won 1-0, scoring only at the 88th minute, with a header from Sorondo. They were losing the 2nd leg, away, by 0-2, but Giuliano epically scored the qualifying goal at '88, inside a crazy fog.
In the semi-finals, São Paulo were in their path, and they beat them 1-0 at home in the 1st leg, when Giuliano finally broke Rogério Ceni's goalkeeping at '68. In the 2nd leg, São Paulo opened the score at '30, after a bizarre mistake by Internacional goalkeeper, but Inter equalized at '52 with Alecsandro. São Paulo scored again at '54, but Internacional held the pressure and qualified to the final.
Chivas, from Mexico, were Internacional adversaries in the big final. Playing away in the 1st leg, the Brazilians performed a great 2-1 comeback, with goals at '73, a header from Giuliano, and at '76, with a header from Bolívar. In the 2nd leg, at home, Chivas opened the score at '43, but Rafael Sóbis tied at '61 and Leandro Damião scored one more at '76. With one hand in the trophy, Giuliano scored the third at '90, but Chivas found the time to score one more time, as the match ended with a 3-2 victory in Internacional's favor. For the 2nd time in their history, they were the champions of South America.
Unfortunately, the "Internacional vs. Internazionale (Italy)" hype for the 2010 Club World Cup could not be fulfilled, due to Internacional loss against Mazembe (Congo) in the semis. They finished 3rd, after beating 4-2 Seongnam (South Korea).
In 2011, Internacional claimed their Recopa Sudamericana title, after beating Independiente (Argentina) (1-2, 3-1), thus closing their 2006-2011 international glory era.
Year International title Adversary
2006 Copa Libertadores São Paulo
2006 Club World Cup Barcelona (Spain)
2007 Recopa Sudamericana Pachuca (Mexico)
2008 Copa Sudamericana Estudiantes (Argentina)
2010 Copa Libertadores Chivas (Mexico)
2011 Recopa Sudamericana Independiente (Argentina)
2012-today
Internacional rebuilt their Beira-Rio stadium between 2011-2014, turning it into a marvelous arena. They also have reached the 2015 Copa Libertadores semi-finals, but one year later were relegated to the Serie B for the first time in their history. After their promotion in 2016, they reached the 3rd place in the 2018 Brasileirão and the 2nd place in the 2019 Copa do Brasil. Since 2000, Internacional have won 12 state leagues, notably a 6-consecutive title streak (2011-16).
GreNal
One of the fiercest derby rivalries in South America, the GreNal belongs to a place in Brazil that makes you feel like you're in another country, due to their cultural distance from the rest of Brazil. Located in the Southern state of Brazil, the GreNal derby city of Porto Alegre is neighbor to Buenos Aires in Argentina and Montevideo in Uruguay, and share with them the same cold temperatures and the football culture of guts and ferocity, besides the skills and technique. Their rivalry is crazy across the entire state, it's Blue (Grêmio) vs. Red (Internacional) everywhere, and it was elected by FourFourTwo the #8th biggest derby in the world. The GreNal of the century took place in the 1988 Brazilian League semi-finals, with a 2-1 victory of Inter. As of 2020, Internacional leads the derby stats, with 156 wins and 135 defeats.
To this day, Internacional has a fanbase of 6 million supporters, and a stadium attendance average of 24.000, as of 2019.
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2020.08.21 01:41 futebolstats Pré-jogo – Sevilla x Internazionale – Escalações, Horário, Histórico e Onde assistir – Final Europa League 2020

Sevilla x Internazionale vão se enfrentar nesta sexta-feira (21) e você confere todas as informações da partida aqui. O jogo vai ser válido pela final da Europa League de 2019/20. A partida está marcada para iniciar às 16h00 (horário de Brasília) e será realizada no Estádio Rhein Energie, que fica localizado em Colônia, na Alemanha.
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Sevilla:

ÚLTIMOS JOGOS:Nos últimos 5 jogos, a equipe do Sevilla venceu 4 e empatou 1. Dentre as partidas que a equipe disputou, duas delas foram ainda pelo Campeonato Espanhol e o Sevilla soma uma vitória sobre o Valencia e um empate contra a Real Sociedad. Já as outras três partida foram todas pela Europa League, e a equipe de Julen Lopetegui soma três vitórias sobre Roma, Wolverhampton e Manchester United.
SITUAÇÃO NA COMPETIÇÃO:O Sevilla chegou até a final da Europa League após ser o 1º colocado na tabela de classificação com 15 pontos conquistados e eliminar o Cluj (1/16 de final), a Roma (oitavas de final), o Wolverhampton (quartas de final) e o Manchester United (semifinal). Em 11 jogos disputados na competição, o Sevilla coma 8 vitórias, 2 empates e 1 derrota. Além disso, marcou 20 gols e sofreu 5.
ESCALAÇÃO PROVÁVEL:Em mais uma final de Europa League, o Sevilla vai em busca do seu sexto título na competição, por isso, o técnico Julen Lopetegui mandará força máxima à campo, pois não conta com atletas lesionados ou suspensos. O volante Gudelj, diagnosticado com Coronavírus a algumas semanas atrás, já está reintegrado ao elenco e está a disposição do técnico. Sendo assim, o provável Sevilla terá:
Bounou; Jesús Navas, Diego Carlos, Koundé, Reguilón; Fernando, Jordán, Banega; Suso, Ocampos, En-Nesyri.
Técnico: Julen Lopetegui
JOGADOR DESTAQUE:En-Nesyri – 2 gols em 5 jogos disputados

Internazionale:

ÚLTIMOS JOGOS:Nos últimos 5 jogos, a equipe da Internazionale venceu os 5. Dos cinco últimos jogos, dois confrontos foram pelo Campeonato Italiano e a equipe soma duas vitórias sobre Napoli e Atalanta. Já os outros três duelos, todos foram pela Europa League e a equipe venceu o Getafe, Bayer Leverkusen e Shakhtar Donetsk.
SITUAÇÃO NA COMPETIÇÃO:A Internazionale chegou até a final da Europa League após ser o 3º colocado na tabela de classificação do grupo F da Champions League, que acabou dando uma vaga à Liga Europa e, além disso, eliminar o Ludogorets (1/16 de final), Getafe (oitavas de final), Bayer Leverkusen (quartas de final) e Shakhtar Donetsk (semifinal).
ESCALAÇÃO PROVÁVEL:Em busca do seu quarto título da competição, a Internazionale chega completa para a partida, sem nenhuma baixa por lesão ou suspensão. A única baixa, que já vem de um bom tempo, é Matias Vecino, que não estará a disposição. Alexis Sánchez, que estava lesionado após a partida contra o Bayer Leverkusen, deve retornar, mas ao que tudo indica, como opção no banco de reservas. Sendo assim, a provável Internazionale terá:
Handanovic; De Vrij, Godín, Bastoni; D’Ambrosio, Brozovic, Barellà, Gagliardini, Young; Lukaku e Lautaro.
Técnico: Antonio Conte
JOGADOR DESTAQUE:Lukaku – 6 gols em 5 jogos disputados

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Sevilla x Internazionale – RETROSPECTO*

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2020.08.16 22:41 futebolstats Narração Online Sevilla x Manchester United Futebol Ao Vivo Super Placar tempo real – Liga Europa

Acompanhe agora o jogo de hoje que envolve os times deSevilla x Manchester Unitedpela narração online com placar ao vivo em tempo real. O confronto é válido pela semifinal da Europa League de 2019/20. A partida está programada para começar às 16h00 (horário de Brasília) e o duelo entre as equipes vai acontecer no Estádio Rhein Energie, que fica localizado em Colônia, na Alemanha.
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Sevilla:Bounou; Jesús Navas, Diego Carlos, Koundé e Reguilón; Fernando, Jordán e Banega; Suso, Ocampos e En-Nesyri.
Técnico: Julen Lopetegui
Manchester United:Romero; Wan-Bissaka, Bailly, Maguire, Williams; Fred, Pogba, Greenwood, Bruno Fernandes, Rashford; Martial.
Técnico: Ole Gunnar Solskjær
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Sevilla x Manchester United – HISTÓRICO DE CONFRONTOS**

As duas equipes já se encontraram em 2 jogos oficiais na história. O Sevilla já venceu a equipe adversária em 1 duelo. Já o Manchester United nunca conseguiu superar seu rival. Assim como ficaram no empate em 1 jogo disputado.
Além disso, a equipe do Sevilla já marcou 2 gols neste duelo. Enquanto o time do Manchester United balançou as redes adversárias 1 vez.
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Denmark
R63 AMG! (not sure if real)
https://www.google.nl/maps/@55.7214507,12.5771964,3a,27.4y,66.96h,81.96t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1s49YGnmmS7r_EOHQKMIbs5g!2e0!5s20140601T000000!7i13312!8i6656?hl=nl

Canada
(2014) F430 Scuderia (Vancouver)
https://www.google.nl/maps/@49.3294763,-123.1348727,3a,15y,194.47h,81.98t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sAwEKN5ewBlrOMkDWv0oJVg!2e0!5s20140701T000000!7i13312!8i6656?hl=nl
(2015) 991 GT3 (Vancouver)
https://www.google.nl/maps/@49.2840529,-123.1204536,3a,50.4y,198.58h,81.23t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sWNYfDx6tG9DJMuLOHqhV9Q!2e0!5s20120501T000000!7i13312!8i6656
Karma (Montreal)
https://www.google.com/maps/@45.4942622,-73.6522232,3a,15y,153.38h,82.19t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sVlXG4BBwfUGnkoZLQahR8A!2e0!7i16384!8i8192
New AMV8 Vantage! (Montreal)
https://www.google.com/maps/@45.4937681,-73.6511854,3a,15y,139.26h,83.6t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sAtpuK1BTIVpJCsbFQGlNCA!2e0!7i16384!8i8192
Awesome 850I! (Montreal)
https://www.google.com/maps/@45.4966809,-73.6528172,3a,33.8y,329.25h,78.39t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sj3TTwuSCRnxS1D6p2DXtfA!2e0!7i16384!8i8192
F355 Spider & RS7 (Montreal)
https://www.google.com/maps/@45.4906145,-73.6623707,3a,15y,236.39h,87.98t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sF7HnS1CeYhUoWFGFN9IWQw!2e0!5s20190601T000000!7i16384!8i8192
Another yellow AMG GT (or the same) (Montreal)
https://www.google.com/maps/@45.4938089,-73.6528472,3a,15y,45.34h,87.75t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1soFJfpkZMLbKflgKHezzBLQ!2e0!7i16384!8i8192
(2011) Viper SRT-10 Coupé 2008 (Toronto)
https://www.google.nl/maps/@43.7873225,-79.4693883,3a,27y,18.81h,83.36t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sJBpVzxv7cIITkUDZxjHUtQ!2e0!5s20110801T000000!7i13312!8i6656
(2015) SL65 AMG! (Toronto)
https://www.google.com/maps/@43.6678845,-79.3939007,3a,21.6y,21.36h,85.55t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sp9KD3dOBeqNENa-XjC3Z2Q!2e0!5s20150501T000000!7i13312!8i6656?hl=en
GTR 2011
https://www.google.com/maps/@49.0223447,-122.7626533,3a,30.8y,286.51h,83.83t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1slra8T-pjMVm48NpWGtNSqg!2e0!7i16384!8i8192

England
RR SVR & 2012 Vanquish (Manchester)
https://www.google.com/maps/@53.4778246,-2.2519325,3a,52.3y,7.91h,88.47t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1s0LG4l81jMDxMqZQ318d4XQ!2e0!5s20190401T000000!7i13312!8i6656?hl=en
New AMV8 (Manchester)
https://www.google.com/maps/@53.4782997,-2.2517512,3a,46.3y,184.03h,79.31t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sLGYHtAB0pcYMdDLT6Vj4sA!2e0!5s20190701T000000!7i16384!8i8192?hl=en
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2020.08.16 18:41 futebolstats Como assistir Sevilla x Manchester United Futebol AO VIVO – Europa League 2020

O jogo envolvendo Sevilla x Manchester United será realizado neste domingo (16). A disputa é válida pela semifinal da Europa League de 2019/20. A partida está programada para começar às 16h00 (horário de Brasília) e o duelo entre as equipes vai acontecer no Estádio Rhein Energie, que fica localizado em Colônia, na Alemanha.
Clique AQUI e ganhe 30 dias de DAZN Grátis

ASSISTIR AO VIVO NA TV:

A partida será transmitida no canal Fox Sports*.

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Através do Fox Play* você poderá assistir o jogo de hoje ao vivo pela internet. Portanto, acesse o site pelo seu notebook, celular, tablet ou outro dispositivo. Além disso, poderá assistir o jogo através do aplicativo oficial.
*Lembrando que para assistir a partida é necessário ter uma assinatura ativa no canal.
Veja mais!! – Pré-jogo – Tudo sobre Sevilla x Manchester United

PROVÁVEL ESCALAÇÃO:

Sevilla:Bounou; Jesús Navas, Diego Carlos, Koundé e Reguilón; Fernando, Jordán e Banega; Suso, Ocampos e En-Nesyri.
Técnico: Julen Lopetegui
Manchester United:Romero; Wan-Bissaka, Bailly, Maguire, Williams; Fred, Pogba, Greenwood, Bruno Fernandes, Rashford; Martial.
Técnico: Ole Gunnar Solskjær
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Sevilla x Manchester United – HISTÓRICO DE CONFRONTOS**

As duas equipes já se encontraram em 2 jogos oficiais na história. O Sevilla já venceu a equipe adversária em 1 duelo. Já o Manchester United nunca conseguiu superar seu rival. Assim como ficaram no empate em 1 jogo disputado.
Além disso, a equipe do Sevilla já marcou 2 gols neste duelo. Enquanto o time do Manchester United balançou as redes adversárias 1 vez.
**Números do site oGol (somente jogos oficiais, não inclui partidas amistosas)
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2020.08.15 23:41 futebolstats Pré-jogo – Sevilla x Manchester United – Escalações, Horário, Histórico e Onde assistir – Europa League 2020

Sevilla x Manchester United vão se enfrentar neste domingo (16) e você confere todas as informações da partida aqui. O jogo vai ser válido pela semifinal da Europa League de 2019/20. A partida está marcada para iniciar às 16h00 (horário de Brasília) e será realizada no Estádio Rhein Energie, que fica localizado em Colônia, na Alemanha.
Veja mais!! – Acompanhe todos os jogos AO VIVO

Sevilla:

ÚLTIMOS JOGOS:Nos últimos 5 jogos, a equipe do Sevilla venceu 4 e empatou 1. Três jogos foram pelo Campeonato Espanhol e a equipe soma duas vitória sobre Mallorca e Valencia, além de um empate contra a Real Sociedad. Além disso, o Sevilla venceu a Roma (oitavas de final) e o Wolverhampton (quartas de final), sendo ambas as partidas pela Europa League.
SITUAÇÃO NA COMPETIÇÃO:O Sevilla chegou até a semifinal da competição após ser o 1º colocado na tabela de classificação do grupo A com 15 pontos conquistados e eliminar a Roma e o Wolverhampton, nas oitavas e nas semifinais, respectivamente.
ESCALAÇÃO PROVÁVEL:Bounou; Jesús Navas, Diego Carlos, Koundé e Reguilón; Fernando, Jordán e Banega; Suso, Ocampos e En-Nesyri.
Técnico: Julen Lopetegui
JOGADOR DESTAQUE:En-Nesyri – 2 gols em 4 jogos disputados

Manchester United:

ÚLTIMOS JOGOS:Nos últimos 5 jogos, a equipe do Manchester venceu 3, empatou 1 e perdeu 1. Dois jogos da equipe foram pela Premier League e a equipe soma uma vitória sobre o Leicester e um empate contra o West Ham. Além disso, a equipe sofreu uma derrota para o Chelsea, pela Copa da Inglaterra, além de ter vencido o LASK Linz, nas oitavas de final e o Copenhaguem nas semifinais, ambas as partida pela Europa League.
SITUAÇÃO NA COMPETIÇÃO:O Manchester United chegou até a semifinal da competição após ser o 1º colocado na tabela de classificação do grupo L com 13 pontos conquistados e eliminar o LASK Linz, nas quartas de final e o Copenhague, nas quartas.
ESCALAÇÃO PROVÁVEL:Romero; Wan-Bissaka, Bailly, Maguire, Williams; Fred, Pogba, Greenwood, Bruno Fernandes, Rashford; Martial.
Técnico: Ole Gunnar Solskjær
JOGADOR DESTAQUE:Greenwood – 5 gols em 8 jogos disputados

ONDE ASSISTIR AO VIVO:

A partida será transmitida no canal do Fox Sports.

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Torcedômetro Qual é a maior torcida do Brasil?

Sevilla x Manchester United – RETROSPECTO*

Já foram realizados 2 jogos oficiais envolvendo os dois times, sendo que o Sevilla venceu a equipe adversária em 1 partida. Enquanto o Manchester United nunca superou seu rival. Além disso, já ficaram no empate em 1 confronto disputado.
No geral, o Sevilla já marcou 2 gols neste duelo. Enquanto o time do Manchester United balançou as redes adversárias 1 vez.
*Números do site oGol (contabiliza somente jogos oficiais, não inclui partidas amistosas)
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2020.08.13 14:37 ALiddleBiddle A Deep Dive - Ghislaine Maxwell: Silver Spoons and Hard Times

A Deep Dive - Ghislaine Maxwell: Silver Spoons and Hard Times
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Ghislaine Maxwell – Silver Spoons and Hard Times

August 9, 2020
By Paul Serran
https://frankreport.com/2020/08/09/ghislaine-maxwell-silver-spoons-and-hard-times/
http://archive.is/by7md
Ghislaine Maxwell led much of her life under the world’s fascinated microscopic view, always enthralled by her – famous and infamous – as it watched her fortunes wax and wane.
From the celebrated miracle daughter of media tycoon Robert Maxwell; to the broken young woman who fled scandal in the UK to a small New York apartment, trying to launch a new life; the rebirth Jet-set Ghislaine, who was everywhere at once, longtime companion of Jeffrey Epstein, a man even richer and more shady than her father; the sophisticated middle age woman, a runaway alleged criminal trying hard to avoid detection by her pursuers – finally, to the incarcerated, indicted suspected sex trafficker and perjurer.
Ghislaine was Robert and Betty Maxwell’s miracle baby, born on Christmas Day, 1961. Two days after that, their eldest son suffered a fatal car accident.
In 24 hours, it all had been somehow foretold: joy – and then tragedy.
During the Swinging Sixties, Robert Maxwell served two terms as a Labour Member of Parliament (MP) for Buckingham. He led a multimillionaire lifestyle, and was the host of star-studded parties at Headington Hill Hall, his baronial fifty-three-room Oxford mansion.
The Maxwells spent a million dollars redecorating the mansion. In a stained glass window scene for the imperial staircase, Israeli sculptor Nehemia Azaz depicted Robert Maxwell as the biblical hero Samson tearing down the gates of Gaza: “a titan of luck, impossible achievement, and unlimited wealth”.
They had the use of chauffeured luxury cars. They traveled the world in Robert’s Gulfstream IV Jet and his sleek 180-foot yacht, named Lady Ghislaine.
“If Bob Maxwell didn’t exist, no one could invent him,” Labour Party leader Neil Kinnock celebrated the bombastic, demanding mogul who dined with kings and presidents and had a bottomless appetite for family, food, fortune, and fame.
The first brush with financial and professional hardship came at a age when young Ghislaine would have been mostly sheltered from it.
In the early seventies, after Robert Maxwell tried similar shenanigans in a failed attempt to swindle the American financier Saul Steinberg, who was interested in a strategic acquisition of Pergamon Press. Steinberg claimed that during negotiations, Maxwell falsely stated that a subsidiary responsible for publishing encyclopedias was extremely profitable.
At the same time, Pergamon had been forced to reduce its profit forecasts for 1969 during the period of negotiations, leading to a suspension of dealing in Pergamon shares on the London stock markets.
It was found that Maxwell had contrived to maximize Pergamon’s share price through transactions between his private family companies. This was a criminal practice he would utilize again in the future.
Inspectors from Britain’s Department of Trade and Industry declared Maxwell unfit to run a public company: “Notwithstanding Mr. Maxwell’s acknowledged abilities and energy, he is not in our opinion a person who can be relied on to exercise proper stewardship of a publicly quoted company.”
‘Captain Bob’ established the Maxwell Foundation in tax haven Liechtenstein, in 1970. By the 1980s he come back roaring, prompted by money later said to have originated in the Soviet Union. He bought the Mirror Group built and a massive media conglomerate.
The good times were on: Ghislaine was nicknamed “The Shopper” because of her wild spending funded by Robert’s millions. He also bankrolled her failed corporate gifts business.
During this period, she reportedly had a VERY close relationship with her father and was widely credited with being her father’s favorite child.
In Oxford, Ghislaine led a student life of wealth and privilege. Her father would send Filipino servants to the college house she shared to clean, arrange the table and cook, in the event of a party.
Her career piggybacked on her father’s businesses. She was made director of the Oxford United, and later, put in charge of “special projects” of the New York Daily News.
With her father’s money, she found her way into society, especially in New York — a haven where she could escape his complete control.
But the good times were not to last. Overextended and over-leveraged, Maxwell’s empire was about to crumble.
At this time, Maxwell reportedly was a regular at London’s casinos, playing three tables at once, even dropping $2.5 million in a single night. For years, he had been an inveterate gambler, but this was the behavior of a desperate man whose time was running out.
“He was a very crude man,” said a female writer for Time magazine. “His polish was not very deep. If you were with him for any length of time, it peeled away. I was in his library in the Maxwell House penthouse—a beautiful apartment with marble and servants all over the place—and while I was admiring his books, his valet said to me, ‘You should see Mr. Maxwell’s collection of pornographic tapes’.”
Ghislaine visited her father in his office before he flew off to Gibraltar. “He was looking for an apartment in New York—a sort of pied-à-terre, where he could talk and have meetings—and he wanted me to help him,” she told Vanity Fair. “He asked me to go see a particular apartment. He said, ‘If you like it, I’ll make time to see it and come to New York.’ ” But the next time Ghislaine saw her father, he was dead.
”Ghislaine is the baby of the family and the one who was closest to her father,” her mother Betty told Vanity Press. ”The whole of Ghislaine’s world has collapsed, and it will be very difficult for her to continue.”
When she finally appeared before the reporters, she had collected herself. “How did your father die?” a journalist shouted at Ghislaine Maxwell. “He did not commit suicide. That was just not consistent with his character. I think he was murdered. ”
Maxwell, it turned out, had debts of nearly $5 billion, and had stolen hundreds of millions from the Mirror Group’s pension funds to shore up his faltering companies. That left 32,000 employees exposed to retirement ruin.
The irony was not lost on the hard-hitting British press: Robert Maxwell, a socialist, stealing hundreds of millions of pounds from the Mirror’s pension fund!
He swindled money from two of his public companies, transferred millions in and out the secret family trusts in Liechtenstein, to manipulate the share price of his Corporation.
Robert was called “rogue,” “crook,” “bully,” “thief,” “megalomaniac,” and “gangster.” The press told lurid tales of his sex orgies with midget Filipino hookers.
He was seen as a 310-pound aberration gorging on spoonfuls of caviar. An erratic and cruel tyrant who used Turkish towels for toilet paper. Journalists wrote that he was a spy for the K.G.B. or Mossad or Czech intelligence—or all three.
“My daughter Ghislaine has no money, no trusts, no funds anywhere.” her mother Betty told Vanity Fair. “Neither of [my children] had any money. Their father never gave them any money.”
Their assets were frozen. His son Kevin’s house was put up for sale, as were the Lady Ghislaine and the Gulfstream IV Jet. Their passports were seized.
A friend told The Times of London, “[Ghislaine] had always been the life and soul of the party wherever she wanted to go in the world and never had to worry about money.” Now she was the broken child of a monster, his name forever synonymous to scandal. “She was catatonic,” the friend said.
Forced to vacate her huge company-provided residence, she moved into a small apartment. When a friend came to visit, Ghislaine told her, “They took everything—everything—even the cutlery.”
Little did she know how many more times things in her life would shift from silver spoons to hard times. A woman brought up in luxury, she had everything taken from her, before she came to the United States to begin again.
“He wasn’t a crook,” Ghislaine told Vanity Press. “A thief to me is somebody who steals money. (…) Did he put it in his own pocket? Did he run off with the money? No. And that’s my definition of a crook.”
“I’m surviving—just,” she said. “But I can’t just die quietly in a comer. I have to believe that something good will come out of this mess. It’s sad for my mother. It’s sad to have lost my dad. It’s sad for my brothers. But I would say we’ll be back. Watch this space.”
Ghislaine Maxwell was also being hunted by the tabloids. The Maxwell name was so detested in London that she is said to have had to walk around in a blond wig so people wouldn’t recognize her.
Ghislaine Maxwell’s reinvention didn’t take long. Maxwell moved to the United States just after her father’s death. Her photograph boarding a Concorde to cross the Atlantic caused outrage – her father had just defrauded pensioners out of 750 Million Sterling Pounds.
According to the Mail on Sunday: “Unnoticed by almost everybody, traveling with her was a greying, plumpish, middle-aged American businessman who managed to avoid the photographers. It is to this man that 30-year-old Ghislaine has turned to ease the heartache of her father’s shame.”
“His name is Jeffrey Epstein.”
“Whose house is this, Ghislaine?” a friend asked her in the early 1990’s. “Who lives here?”
My friend,” Maxwell replied.
“Well, is he banging you?” the friend demanded. “What’s the scoop here?”
A trust fund is said to have provided her with an income of $145,000 a year. A far cry from her previous seemingly unending wealth. She “never, ever had any cash. Lots of credit, of course, but no cash”, one friend recalled to the press.
And yet, she lived the high life. She was known in New York as the “female Gatsby” for her lavish entertaining. Had a “reputation for being charming and funny, and a glittering lifestyle straight out of the pages of a society magazine”.
She was now “far from the ever watchful eye of the British press,” Hello! magazine wrote in 1997.
“She is proud of the fact that her new life is all down to her own hard work and has her elegant apartment to show for it,” the magazine mistakenly added. One day, she would “get married and have kids. But it has never been a focus: My focus is my business.”
Ghislaine’s presence added more fuel to the question: “How did Jeffrey Epstein amass his fortune?” For one of the most propagated theories is that Maxwell’s father Robert bankrolled him with funds hidden from the UK authorities.
Jeffrey Epstein built a 21,000-square-foot mansion on a massive ranch in New Mexico, which – he boasted – made his New York townhouse “look like a shack”. He named it the Zorro Ranch. He also acquired a 72-acre island in the Virgin Islands and an 8,600-square-foot home in Paris, with a specially built massage room.
She had found a path back to the lifestyle she’d lost when her father died. “She was used to living very well,” says a friend who knew her then. “She didn’t want to go back to where she was.” All she had to do to keep it was to give ‘the monster’ what he wanted.
Maxwell was expected to drop everything to serve Epstein.
She had to keep everyone in line, because one misstep would unleash the wrath of Epstein, one of the few people who could make Maxwell cry. “He would be screaming over the phone,” recalled an Epstein victim, “and she would burst into tears.”
The New York townhouse became a social nexus; guests could have included members of the Kennedy and Rockefeller clans, “along with the requisite sprinkling of countesses and billionaires,” according to The Times of London.
She was “a modern-day geisha” in a “domain filled with the richest people in the planet. “It’s a world frequented by young half-naked girls in bikinis, billionaires and lavish lifestyles, but it borders on the grotesque. You are never really sure what is going on behind closed doors.”
Royalty was specially prized, which is why her friendship with Prince Andrew became so treasured. In 2000, Maxwell and Epstein attended a Prince Andrew’s party at the Queen’s Sandringham House estate in Norfolk, England. It has been reported that the event was in honor of Maxwell’s 39th birthday.
And yet, Ghislaine began trying to distance herself from Epstein long before he went to jail. In the early 2000s, she hooked up in California with a man much richer than Epstein: Ted Waitt.
Waitt lived in a seven-bedroom, 14-bath mansion in La Jolla, sailed the world aboard a 240-foot mega-yacht, the Plan B. It was equipped with a helipad, Jacuzzi, elevator, gym, and HAD AN ONBOARD SUBMARINE, which Maxwell soon was licensed to pilot.
After Epstein went to prison in Florida for a short period, Maxwell saw the silver spoons turned into hard times again.
Acquaintances that crossed her path reported how she was almost unrecognizable. She was not stylish and attention grabbing anymore, seemed determined to go unnoticed. Her face had no makeup. There was a hint of gray in her black hair, she put on some weight.
“I was so shocked by her look,” a friend recalled to the British press. “I didn’t recognize her.”
She even gave up her once proud name, sometimes introducing herself to new acquaintances only as “G.”
“Where are you living, Ghislaine?” the friend asked. “I lost touch with you.” Maxwell suddenly went blank. “Oh,” she replied, “a little bit everywhere.”
December 2014: Virginia Roberts Giuffre filed a motion in the Southern District of Florida describing Maxwell as Epstein’s “primary coconspirator and participant in his sexual abuse and sex trafficking scheme.”
Maxwell made a huge mistake, issuing an “urgent” statement to the media dismissing the claims as “obvious lies.” That allowed Giuffre, to sue Maxwell for defamation in federal court in New York, a lawsuit “widely viewed as a vessel for Epstein’s victims to expose the scope of Epstein’s crimes,” according to the Miami Herald.
Maxwell affirmed her innocence with fury, at one point of her testimony banging her fists on the table. She also, according to charges filed by the DOJ SDNY, committed two counts of perjury.
2019: when the SDNY reopened the criminal investigation into Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine was far away, living the high life.
She met with her friend Prince Andrew in Buckingham Palace, and participated in “Cash & Rocket”, an annual charity road rally. Between races of the rally, she joined the super rich in attending a Masquerade Ball in London’s Victoria and Albert Museum, as well as a White dinner at La Reserve in Geneva and the Red party at the Yacht Club de Monaco.
Those were to be her last reported events. Cash & Rocket scrub Maxwell’s photo from its website once Epstein was arrested and the scandal assaulted the headlines again.
On July 6, 2019, Epstein was arrested by federal agents at Teterboro Airport, arriving from Paris. The FBI raided his mansion, and charged him with sex trafficking of minors.
“Epstein’s pimp girlfriend, Ghislaine Maxwell, a very well-connected Brit socialite cannot just walk free,” actress Ellen Barking tweeted the day after Epstein’s arrest. “This woman is his pimp. She pilots planes [sic] to and from the island. I know because she told me.”
Maxwell again went into hiding, unreachable during legal proceedings. It surfaced in December 2019 that Maxwell was among the people under FBI investigation for facilitating Epstein’s crimes.
She was faced with a tabloid frenzy even bigger than the one that accompanied the death of her father. She again uprooted herself and tried to start over in Manchester-by-the-Sea, a quiet village 30 miles north of Boston, she lived for a time in the $3 million, five-bedroom colonial home of Scott Borgerson, CEO of CargoMetrics, a hedge fund investment company involved in maritime data analytics.
Since Epstein was found dead in jail, last August, she is reported to have moved 36 times, out of fear for her safety. Credible Death threats arrived by social media, email, phone, text, and postal service. It began in earnest with Epstein’s arrest, multiplied with his death, and accelerated in the months that followed. They soon became a routine part of her life.
She hired a professional security firm, with operatives that are veterans of intelligence and law enforcement agencies.
This photoshopped photo of Maxwell surfaced last year to mislead the public into thinking she was in Los Angeles. Frank Report was the first to report the photo a fake, a story that went viral.
“Where in the world was Ghislaine Maxwell? Everyone, it seemed, had a theory, each wilder than the last. She was said to be hiding deep beneath the sea in a submarine, which she was licensed to pilot. Or she was lying low in Israel, under the protection of the Mossad, the powerful intelligence agency with whom her late father supposedly tangled. Or she was in the FBI witness protection program, or ensconced in luxury in a villa in the South of France, or sunning herself naked on the coast of Spain, or holed up in a high-security doomsday bunker belonging to rich and powerful friends whose lives might implode should Maxwell ever reveal what she knows—all the dirty secrets of the dirty world that she and Epstein shared.”
(Vanity Fair – Jul 3, 2020)
Maxwell remained at large, beyond the reach of attorneys, tabloid reporters, and a 10,000-pound reward from The Sun in London.
“It’s a little bit like Elvis—you get lots of reports but they’re hard to verify,” a victim attorney said in May.
She was periodically said to have been spotted around the world, usually in places where she was not. Reporters scoured the globe. Some said she was in Russia trying to get a Oligarch to protect her. Others pointed to Israel or Brazil, China, Singapore, the Middle East, England.
She was “both everywhere and nowhere,” lamented UK’s The Guardian.
On August 2019, she was apparently photographed eating a burger and fries in the Cahuenga Boulevard, in the San Fernando Valley. She held The Book of Honor: The Secret Lives and Deaths of CIA Operatives. Given Ghislaine and her father Robert’s alleged ties to Intelligence Services, this choice does not seem accidental.
Papers were running out of incredible stories to account for her disappearance. A bizarre new theory emerged she could be hiding in a submarine which – as we saw – was not downright impossible, since she DID have a license to pilot underground vehicles.
On July 2nd 2020, Maxwell was arrested by the FBI and NYPD in the small New England town of Bradford, New Hampshire. It is situated at driving distance of the NYSD. They finally found her in a luxurious four-bedroom, 4,365-square-foot home on a wooded lot, called Tuckedaway.
Ghislaine Maxwell was charged with six federal crimes: luring and enticement of minors, sex trafficking of children and perjury.
The crimes took place between 1994 and 1997, the years of her “intimate relationship with Epstein,” when she “assisted, facilitated, and contributed to Jeffrey Epstein’s abuse of minor girls.”
One of the three unnamed victims was “as young as 14 years old when they were groomed and abused by Maxwell and Epstein, both of whom knew that certain victims were in fact under the age of 18.”
FBI assistant director William F. Sweeney Jr. described Maxwell as “one of the villains of this investigation,” who had “slithered away to a gorgeous property” in New Hampshire, where she was “continuing to live a life of privilege while her victims live with the trauma inflicted upon them years ago.”
“I am optimistic about my future,” she said in 1997, “and believe things will continue to improve for me as time passes.”
Now, according to sources close to her, “I don’t think [Ghislaine] sees there is a future,” came the reply.
If found guilty of all charges, Maxwell could face a prison sentence of 35 years. She denies the accusations, and has pleaded not guilty to all six charges.
She will await trial locked up in the Metropolitan Detention Center, in Brooklyn. A dreadful prison that is as removed from her previous “silver spoon” upbringing as it’s possible in the US. Hard times.
She used to be a larger than life character, who once hosted a dinner for NY socialites on ‘the fine art of giving a blow job’. But then, she really blew it.
A report from a source familiar with the Metropolitan Detention Center gives a glum picture of Ghislaine Maxwell’s present conditions.
She is in the women’s section and believed to be confined to a solitary cell. Because of the past history of the MDC, it is not impossible to suspect that Ghislaine could be having sexual relations with one or more corrections officers, either male or female. Her available wealth would permit her to buy some privileges directly from the corrections officers who could smuggle in items for her.
MDC has a history of guards, male and female, enjoying sex with prisoners and smuggling in everything from alcohol to cell phones to drugs. While she is not enjoying what anyone would call a privileged life, and is most likely [because of Covid protocols] confined to her cell, dank and cold [in summer] perhaps as much as 23-24 hours per day and possibly getting only one hot meal per day, our source says, with her wealth and talent to charm, if there is any privilege, any opportunity, any luxury to enjoy at MDC, she is enjoying it.
Of course, she is probably under near-constant surveillance, for no guard wants to go to prison for letting her get murdered or commit suicide – as did her former lover Epstein. It is not known how frequently she is meeting with lawyers in special rooms set aside for the purpose. But an MDC source tells Frank Report that prison officials are known to eavesdrop on those conversations with lawyers and defendants and do so on high profile cases. Whether they report to the prosecution what they learn is unknown.
In the end, Maxwell has a hard road to hoe and will remain in the brutal and unsanitary MDC until she stands trial or makes a plea deal or dies. The possibility of additional charges other than those currently charged against her – for hebephilia crimes in the last century – remain a possibility.
The late Jeffrey Epstein was a convicted hebephile, a person who has urges for post pubescent but under the age of consent children. Is Ghislaine one also? And are there others, famous and prominent men of power who have indulged as Jeffrey and allegedly Ghislaine have done?
The ace in the hole for her, obviously, is, if she has info on other prominent hebephiles that the DOJ for its own partisan or PR reasons might like to selectively prosecute, she can trade that info for a lenient sentence and hopefully not be murdered for doing so.
Her former lover, Jeffrey Epstein, might have committed suicide, as the Mainstream Media and the US Govt. urges you to believe, but there are some who find the coincidences, cameras being off, bones broken indicating he was strangled, guards happening to fall asleep as they were assigned to watch the most famous prisoner in the world, such that that it just might cause reasonable people to doubt the official narrative a little more than the corporate media and prison officials would wants us to doubt.
The same fate might befall Ghislaine and we may never know just what she did. Whether her crimes were confined to herself and Epstein or whether there was a vast network of hebephiles joining in – or – in fairness to her – she is innocent as she claims, something that a trial, if she makes it to trial, might help us determine.


stretcher during the funeral service in Jerusalem’s main convention hall on Nov. 10, 1991. The body is laying on a stretcher, draped in a white Jewish prayer shawl with black stripes as is it tradition of Jewish burials in Israel. (AP Photo/Natik Harnik) Ghislaine is fourth from the left.


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