Manana was broken in Portuguese last season and is now the most broken English-language football league in the world.
The news came in a tweet from English Premier League team Manchester United.
It is now Manana that the English-speaking world has been talking about, as well as the rest of the world, since a new season of English-based English-only football was announced earlier this year.
The announcement was made by the English Premier Leagues’ Executive Board, led by former English Football Association President Nigel Pearson, and it was also made by FIFA.
“We will continue to push for more English- and Portuguese-language sports,” Pearson said in a statement.
Manana is the second English-dominated league in Brazil, after the Portuguese Super League, which is in the process of being renamed to the English Football League.
The league was created by Brazilian Football Federation president Joao Barbosa in 2011, and since then, it has become one of the most popular in the country.
The league has played games in 32 cities, including Rio de Janeiro, Porto Alegre, Curitiba and Sao Paulo, among others.