The CBF set today (16) the date of two games for the Flamengo who were late from the Brazilian championship. Soon, the duels against Athletico-PR (4th round) and Atlético-GO (19th round), are scheduled for November 2 and 5, respectively.
Given this scenario, the Rio de Janeiro club can have a marathon of four games in 10 days. The starting schedule foresees matches on the weekends of October 30th and 31st and November 6th and 7th.
- October 30/31: Atlético-MG (Rio de Janeiro), 29th round of the Brasileirão;
- November 2: Athletico-PR (Curitiba), fourth round of Brasileirão;
- November 5: Atlético-GO (Rio de Janeiro), 19th round of the Brasileirão;
- 6/7/8 November: Chapecoense (Chapecó), 30th round of Brasileirão;
In addition to these already scheduled matches, Rubro-Negro still has the match against Guild (2nd round), open. The decision of the CBF caused the vice president of External Relations of Flamengo, Luiz Eduardo Baptista, to feel strange.
“CBF has released match dates now. 4 matches in 8 days. Apart from the call-ups. Isonomy, isn’t it? Okay then,” he wrote on Twitter.