i think the back 3 policy of the 2002 team gave them more stability and the look of a team, add the scolari facotr and you had a determined and well oiled team, this current team is better in terms of talent and they look to have gelled, but Brazil with a back 4 doesnt look right for me, especially as 3 of the back 4 will attack and leave roque junior on his own p
Based on what they've shown inside the field? The 2002 team was an actual TEAM. The current one still isn't; so the 2002 Brazil was a better TEAM.
Our current group may be a more impressive assemblage of names (mostly because there are more European-based players on the current squad), but a team is much more than that
I dare go even further on this thought and say that This group is a group of carcks mediaticos, Felipao´s team was a "family"
Everybody knows my opinion and preference, so i need to say no more
Of course, everything said here , including my post is with the supposition that the CAP group will be as it is now, without some important changes (Theoretically it is still possible, not very probable though)
The Brazilian league starts this weekend.
Fluminense x Santos
Flamengo x Atlético
Palmeiras x Vasco
Corinthians x Chapecoense
Cruzeiro x São Paulo
Coritiba x Atlético-GO
Grêmio x Botafogo
Bahia x Atlético-PR
Ponte Preta x Sport
Avaí x Vitória
They had a good...