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Re: “Brazil, de Brasil

Kaká was mediocre at best. Robinho is "cold-chested": nice, fancy dribbles against a weak opponent such as N. Korea, but he will disappear and get eaten alive by defenders in a real game against a decent (not very impressive) side such as Portugal or Ivory Coast. Also, Luis Fabiano's historical main asset (the fact that there were at least 5 strikers in Brazil that were technically, physically and--particularly--mentally superior) is now gone. Hence, he thinks he is much better than he actually is. He'll finish the world cup with one or two goals, tops.
This Brazil team can only look like world champion caliber hen playing against a team with no coach, or better yet, with a coach that has no experience as a coach, no technical skills, no interpersonal skills, and no grey matter left in their brain (this is for you, Diego, "la tenés adentro").
Brazil will loose in the next round, if they ever make it there.
And for N. Korea: they are not as decent as they looked today, which will become obvious when they loose by 2-3 goals at least against both Ivory Coast and Portugal.

Posted by nn on 06/15/2010 at 7:45 PM

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