Vinícius Júnior

Carlo Ancelotti, the manager of Real Madrid, had high praise for Vinícius Júnior following his impressive performance in the Champions League semifinal against Bayern Munich. The Brazilian forward was instrumental in Madrid’s 2-1 victory over Bayern, showcasing his skill and talent on the pitch. Vinícius not only scored twice in the first leg of the
Vinícius Júnior, the young Brazilian star, has set his sights on helping Real Madrid secure their 15th Champions League title. Despite being a strong contender for the Ballon d’Or award, Vinícius remains humble and prioritizes the success of his team over individual accolades. His stellar performance in the recent semifinal match against Bayern Munich has
Recently, FIFA announced its plan to create dozens of new committees and expert panels, which signifies a significant departure from the governance reform that was passed in 2016. This decision comes at a time when the world football body was embroiled in corruption scandals, leading to a comprehensive review of its management structure and principles.
LaLiga president Javier Tebas recently spoke to ESPN about the ongoing issue of racism in Spanish football. He mentioned that while significant progress has been made in addressing this problem, there is still much work to be done to completely eradicate it. Tebas highlighted the fact that racist incidents are being taken more seriously, with
LaLiga has come out strongly against Real Madrid’s complaint regarding referee Juan Martinez Munuera’s handling of anti-Vinícius Júnior chants during a recent match. The league has accused Real Madrid of initiating a “merciless campaign” against referees and has offered its unwavering support to the official in question. The Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) has also backed
Real Madrid recently accused referee Juan Martinez Munuera of negligence for failing to report insulting chants aimed at Vinícius Júnior during their 4-2 victory over Osasuna. The club claimed that Martinez Munuera deliberately omitted the chants of “Vinícius, die” from his match report, despite being alerted to them by Madrid players. This accusation of negligence
Real Madrid recently filed a complaint with Spanish hate crime prosecutors concerning the alleged “racist and hate insults” directed at their forward, Vinícius Júnior, by groups of Atlético Madrid and Barcelona supporters. These incidents occurred before various games, including the Champions League match against Inter Milan and the Copa del Rey round-of-16 derby that Atlético