José Roberto Guimarães

2x OG Gold Medalist Fabiana To Train With Brazil’s NT Ahead Of WCH

Although technically not a return to the team, fans cannot but hope that the middle-blocker who captained Brazil to two Olympic gold medals is rethinking her retirement from the national team after Brazil’s 2016 Olympic fiasco at home

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Brazil Calls Preliminary Women’s WCH Roster – Thaisa And Dani Are Back

It’s safe to say things haven’t gone so well for the Brazilian female squad in 2018 so far – Will it bounce back at the WCH?

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VNL’s Best Libero Suelen Pinto Undergoes Hand Surgery

Brazil has a massive hole at the libero position

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Carli Lloyd Sends Message To Praia Clube’s Fans Through Instagram

Lloyd will have big shoes to fill at Praia, since the team’s former setter, Claudinha Bueno, won the Superliga’s Final’s MVP Award when she led the team to its first ever title

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2-Time Olympic Champion Thaisa Daher Signs With Barueri

After successfully reaching a contract buy-out with Turkish club Eczacibasi, Thaisa Daher has been announced by Brazilian club Hinode/Barueri as the newest permanent addition to its roster

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Coach Guimarães Talks About Brazil Being Out Of VNL’s Podium

“I know we’re going to get a lot of criticism in Brazil for the fourth place”

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Brazil’s Gabriela Celebrates Being Fully Recovered For VNL’s Final 6

Gabriela had been playing only the first set of matches up until recently as part of her recovery protocol

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VNL Community Celebrates Prize Money Parity Between Genders

At the 2016 FIVB Grand Prix, Brazil’s Women’s National team got a 200k USD check for winning the competition, only one-fifth of the value of the men’s prize. At the 2017 edition of the competition, things improved a bit, with Brazil, again the winner, taking home a check for 600k USD, three-fifths that of the men’s prize

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Brazil Releases Women’s VNL Final 6 Roster – Jaque No Longer Libero

Brazil finished its VNL preliminary phase in its usual dominant ways, sporting a 12-3 record, good enough for third place

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