Former Brazil women’s soccer coach Alvarez dies at 63
The Washington Times -

SAO PAULO (AP) - Oswaldo Alvarez, who coached Brazil at the last two Women's World Cups, died in a Sao Paulo hospital on Monday. He was 63. Alvarez recently said he was getting treatment for liver cancer. The Brazil confederation paid tribute to Vadão, as Brazilians knew him, as “a

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