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Those are good players though, and there are several others coming up. Murillo and Balanta will be a great partnership for years.
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ShiftyPowers;3827130 said:Those are good players though, and there are several others coming up. Murillo and Balanta will be a great partnership for years.
Dytza;3827249 said:So Brazil was playing for the AM spot with an Al Ahli player at the end of the match.
poor guy ... he didn't think he knew anything about it because his brain is obviously still addled by the mystery virus ...Xaviesta;3827310 said:Dunga: "It's not an excuse, but 15 players had a virus so we couldn't train properly."
Filipe Luís: "I didn't know anything about that..."
Xifio;3827333 said:don't be harsh on Dunga ... despite being an absolute moron, he *did* improve Brazil since the last Copa: they went out converting ZERO penalties in 2011, while this time they put away THREE ... the upward trend is clear ...
he actually doubled up on the right for some reason, where Kuyt was playing, with Maicon AND Dani Alves starting, but left Bastos exposed against Robben ... Melo deserved the red ...ShiftyPowers;3827544 said:To be fair to Dunga, his first time in charge was actually really good; he did some very solid things with Brazil. They played an interesting and fluid system that was also solid defensively; they went out to the Dutch who looked hopeless in the first half before Robben took over in the second and got one of the Brazilians sent off. That was a legitimately good side and Dunga shouldn't have been fired. Michel Bastos was never going to shut down someone like Robben.