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Brasil faz contra Nova Zelândia, no dia 4 de junho, último jogo na preparação para a Copa do Mundo
Parreira fica satisfeito com a escolha do adversário. Jogo será em Genebra, na Suíça

A Seleção Brasileira enfrentará a Nova Zelândia no dia 4 de junho, em Genebra, na Suíça, a nove dias portanto da estréia na Copa do Mundo, contra a Croácia, em Berlim.

Este será o segundo jogo que acontecerá no período de preparação (de 22 de maio a 4 de junho) em que a Seleção Brasileira ficará concentrada na cidade de Weggis, na Suíça - antes haverá outro, em local e data ainda a serem confirmados.

O técnico Carlos Alberto Parreira ficou satisfeito com a escolha do adversário, tendo em vista que o jogo será o último antes da Copa.

- Será proveitoso na medida em que vamos enfrentar uma Seleção com algumas características semelhantes às da Austrália, o nosso adversário no segundo jogo do Grupo F. Além disso, às vésperas da estréia na Copa, não seria interessante jogar contra uma Seleção de primeira linha.
 

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Yesssssssssss!
 

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Rei Volante said:
Another chance to see O Fenomeno in yellow, my Peruvian amigo.
O fen who? :D
Nah...he's old news :D BAPTISTA will be the greatest ever :howler: :howler: :howler:


PS. J/K

FORCA O FENOMENO! 5th Futbol King!
 

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MY GOD!!!

Against who??? New Zealand???

Fuc*ing shit!!

Why not against one that will be at World Cup???
 

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New Zealand is hardly a warm up match for Brasil? Even for the United States, New Zealand would do nothing for them.
 

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brasileiro said:
They are right. We always face a bad team near the WC because we don't want to risk an injury on our players.

Yeah, but NZ?

The only thing I can imagine about selecting them rather than an Euro team is because they assume their style is somwhat similar to Australia's.
 

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A non-cup team... in that ocasion, is GOOD..

but New Zel?? WTF.. Bad ass Rugbby players targeting our kness.. -_-
 

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brasileiro said:
They are right. We always face a bad team near the WC because we don't want to risk an injury on our players.
It seems that they're doing that since 2003... Playing against NZ, Honduras, Russia, Arabia, etc... What those NT can do for us?? What can they help us??

Crazy shit... Why not to play against Italy, Holland, Argentina, Paraguay, even Japan or Germany...

If they want to do not risk an injury on our players, so don't play!!!
 

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Waguito.R said:
It seems that they're doing that since 2003... Playing against NZ, Honduras, Russia, Arabia, etc... What those NT can do for us?? What can they help us??

Crazy shit... Why not to play against Italy, Holland, Argentina, Paraguay, even Japan or Germany...

If they want to do not risk an injury on our players, so don't play!!!
Once again, I agree with you. It's not going to help our players but playing teams like this, so if we are afraid of risking injury why play? I'd even pass for teams that didn't make the cup as warm games for the Cup such as Turkey, Belgium, heck even Uruguay even though we played them in qualifiers.
 

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HeitorTevez said:
An game between Brazil x Câmara dos Deputados would be better...
Probably the deputados would buy the refeer and gamne would be equals!!

The only problem could be the CPI after the game that could make some players don't keep playing...
 
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