Brilliant! Sao Paulo and Flamengo players exchange passes to protest against the CBF

The protests started a minute before the referee blew the starting of the match whistle otherwise they would all have been shown yellow cards.

Sau Paolo and Flamengo players, in an unique way to protest, started passing the ball to each other. It looked like tennis football.

Pretty much every club in Brazil is protesting against CBF and the movement is called as Bom Senso FC.

“Bom Senso FC” is a movement by Brazilian players against the Brazilian Football Federation (CBF), demanding better working conditions and other important things such as less matches and better wages. Also, they demand a calendar compatible with the European calendar.

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