The PFA have been to Brazil to find out why they are the most successful football nation on the planet.
Soccer great Pele is likely to leave hospital on Tuesday after recovering well from a kidney ailment.
Brazilian legend Pele posts a video as he is set to move out of semi-intensive care in a Sao Paulo hospital.
Pele continues to show signs of improvement and is up and walking, nine days after being admitted to hospital.
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Pele's condition is continuing to improve and doctors have suspended kidney treatment for the football legend.
Pele's condition is improving with the football legend saying it is "nothing serious" in a Sao Paulo hospital.
Roberto Firmino's late strike ensured Brazil continued their winning start under Dunga with a 2-1 victory over Austria.
Neymar scored twice as Brazil ran out convincing 4-0 winners in an international friendly against Turkey in Istanbul.
Brazil has told its players they must avoid wearing earrings, caps and flip-flops while on international duty.
Neymar scored all four goals as Brazil thrashed Japan 4-0 in an international friendly in Singapore.
Oscar has signed a new contract with runaway Premier League leaders Chelsea which ties him to the club until 2019.
Brazil beat Argentina 2-0 in Beijing to claim the Superclasico de las Americas title, with Diego Tardelli scoring both goals.
Brazil coach Dunga has called up Dodo and Mario Fernandes for his side's friendly matches against Argentina and Japan.
Neymar marked his first game as captain by scoring the only goal as Brazil beat 10-man Colombia 1-0 in Miami.
Ronaldinho is a target for the Indian Super League's Chennai outfit, according to club official Prashant Agarwal.
Dunga has called up only 10 players who appeared at the World Cup for his opening matches back in the Brazil hotseat.
David Luiz is ready to put his World Cup nightmare behind him by helping PSG make a push for Champions League glory.
Neymar expects to be 100 per cent fit for Barcelona by the time the new Primera Division campaign kicks off.
Luiz Felipe Scolari is back in football as coach of Brazilian top flight side Gremio.
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