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Brazilian football’s centralisation dream in danger of collapse

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Discussions over the centralisation of commercial rights to Brazilian football’s top two divisions, Serie A and Serie B, are in danger of collapsing as two competing blocs of clubs dig in on their revenue distribution demands.

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