Brasil WC Squad

Share
avatar
mongrel hawk

Number of posts : 4757
Age : 37
Supports : Corinthians
Registration date : 2006-08-08

Brasil WC Squad

Post by mongrel hawk on Wed May 07, 2014 4:06 pm

Goleiros: Julio César (Toronto-CAN), Jéfferson (Botafogo) e Victor (Atlético-MG)

Laterais: Daniel Alves (Barcelona-ESP), Maicon (Roma-ITA), Marcelo (Real Madrid-ESP) e Maxwell (Paris Saint-Germain-FRA)

Zagueiros: Thiago Silva (Paris Saint-Germain-FRA), Dante (Bayern de Munique-ALE), David Luiz (Chelsea-ING) e Henrique (Napoli-ITA)

Meio-campistas: Luiz Gustavo (Wolfsburg-ALE), Ramires (Chelsea-ING), Paulinho (Tottenham-ING), Fernandinho (Manchester City-ING), Oscar (Chelsea-ING), Willian (Chelsea-ING), Hernanes (Inter de Milão-ITA)

Atacantes: Jô (Atlético-MG), Neymar (Barcelona-ESP), Hulk (Zenit-RUS), Fred (Fluminense) e Bernard (Shakthar Donetsk-UCR).

Formerly known as sheva7

Number of posts : 1898
Age : 33
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Brasil WC Squad

Post by Formerly known as sheva7 on Wed May 07, 2014 5:10 pm

Victor and Jo  cheers 
avatar
Jaime

Number of posts : 32027
Age : 38
Supports : Real Madrid CF
Favourite Player : Butragueño, Redondo, Raúl, Guti, Casillas, Sergio Ramos, Isco, Carvajal
Registration date : 2006-08-08

Re: Brasil WC Squad

Post by Jaime on Wed May 07, 2014 5:24 pm

Wait, is that a new Maicon? Or the old one?
avatar
Kimbo

Number of posts : 38170
Registration date : 2006-08-06

Re: Brasil WC Squad

Post by Kimbo on Wed May 07, 2014 5:30 pm

Wow it is the Maicon that was shit at Man City. Shows how much I follow Serie A these days. tongue
avatar
Fey

Number of posts : 35347
Supports : Feyenoord and Manchester United
Favourite Player : ??#$ Error, John Guidetti, Jordy Clasie
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Brasil WC Squad

Post by Fey on Wed May 07, 2014 5:55 pm

Brazil is luckty they play at home with this squad. He is gonna Maureen himself to gold.
avatar
Jaime

Number of posts : 32027
Age : 38
Supports : Real Madrid CF
Favourite Player : Butragueño, Redondo, Raúl, Guti, Casillas, Sergio Ramos, Isco, Carvajal
Registration date : 2006-08-08

Re: Brasil WC Squad

Post by Jaime on Wed May 07, 2014 5:58 pm

Fey wrote:Brazil is luckty they play at home with this squad. He is gonna Maureen himself to gold.

Such a boring midfield.
avatar
Rosicky

Number of posts : 17201
Supports : Sacking Wenger :grr:
Registration date : 2007-04-03

Re: Brasil WC Squad

Post by Rosicky on Wed May 07, 2014 6:14 pm

Average Ale
avatar
Jaime

Number of posts : 32027
Age : 38
Supports : Real Madrid CF
Favourite Player : Butragueño, Redondo, Raúl, Guti, Casillas, Sergio Ramos, Isco, Carvajal
Registration date : 2006-08-08

Re: Brasil WC Squad

Post by Jaime on Wed May 07, 2014 6:38 pm

My god and that is the same Henrique that was so shit he never played once for Barcelona in his 4 years under contract there. Doh
avatar
Kimbo

Number of posts : 38170
Registration date : 2006-08-06

Re: Brasil WC Squad

Post by Kimbo on Wed May 07, 2014 6:39 pm

Jaime wrote:
Fey wrote:Brazil is luckty they play at home with this squad. He is gonna Maureen himself to gold.

Such a boring midfield.

Very PGD.
avatar
Jaime

Number of posts : 32027
Age : 38
Supports : Real Madrid CF
Favourite Player : Butragueño, Redondo, Raúl, Guti, Casillas, Sergio Ramos, Isco, Carvajal
Registration date : 2006-08-08

Re: Brasil WC Squad

Post by Jaime on Wed May 07, 2014 6:40 pm

At least there is no chance that Robinho can win a WC winners medal. Biggrin
avatar
debaser

Number of posts : 22064
Age : 32
Supports : Aston Villa and Shrewsbury Town
Registration date : 2006-08-08

Re: Brasil WC Squad

Post by debaser on Wed May 07, 2014 6:47 pm

they can make a team that will be hard to beat, but a lot is going to be resting on Oscar and Neymar to create goals 'cause the rest of the midfield seems to be mostly runners and DMs and the other forwards aren't the types to make their own chances.
avatar
Fey

Number of posts : 35347
Supports : Feyenoord and Manchester United
Favourite Player : ??#$ Error, John Guidetti, Jordy Clasie
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Brasil WC Squad

Post by Fey on Wed May 07, 2014 6:49 pm

I would have included Miranda, but their defense is quite good nontheless. All in all they have a better squad then in 2010.

Not much creativity, but if they can all play to serve that Nike commercial, perhaps it will work.

I just love how brazil can field an entire new squad every tournament. How many were there in 2010? 5 perhaps?
avatar
debaser

Number of posts : 22064
Age : 32
Supports : Aston Villa and Shrewsbury Town
Registration date : 2006-08-08

Re: Brasil WC Squad

Post by debaser on Wed May 07, 2014 7:06 pm

Fey wrote:I just love how brazil can field an entire new squad every tournament. How many were there in 2010? 5 perhaps?

heh, true. just had a look and Cesar, Maicon, Alves, Thiago Silva & Ramires seem to be only survivors
avatar
Murray

Number of posts : 10197
Age : 47
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Brasil WC Squad

Post by Murray on Wed May 07, 2014 7:32 pm

Where have all the great Brazilian players gone?

That squad is full of shite.
avatar
Luis

Number of posts : 26261
Age : 26
Supports : Liverpool
Favourite Player : Luis Garcia, Danny Agger, Pedro, Pepe Reina, Luis Suarez, Raul Meireles, Juan Mata, Jordan Henderson
Registration date : 2007-03-28

Re: Brasil WC Squad

Post by Luis on Wed May 07, 2014 7:32 pm

A World Cup too early for Coutinho this one.
avatar
Super Progress

Number of posts : 15428
Age : 28
Supports : Real Madrid + Mierda inchada en un palo
Favourite Player : Laudrup,Cassano,Totti, Zidane,Marcelo, Pepe!,Guti, PROGRESS
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Brasil WC Squad

Post by Super Progress on Wed May 07, 2014 7:39 pm

debaser wrote:they can make a team that will be hard to beat, but a lot is going to be resting on Oscar and Neymar to create goals 'cause the rest of the midfield seems to be mostly runners and DMs and the other forwards aren't the types to make their own chances.
In 2002 Scolari had Ronaldinho and Rivaldo serving Ronaldo and Cafu/Carlos to provide width with a fairly functional central midfield. I can't quite see Neymar and Oscar repeating the trick. He should have taken Coutinho and Lucas who could provide something from the bench and good enough to play their way into the first XI during the tournament. The 2010 team was immaculately progressive and while it seems Scolari will follow in the same tradition I doubt he has the players. Then again they have the home advantage but there will be an immense pressure on an already demoralized Neymar.

Formerly known as sheva7

Number of posts : 1898
Age : 33
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Brasil WC Squad

Post by Formerly known as sheva7 on Wed May 07, 2014 7:47 pm

Fey wrote:I would have included Miranda, but their defense is quite good nontheless. All in all they have a better squad then in 2010.

Not much creativity, but if they can all play to serve that Nike commercial, perhaps it will work.

I just love how brazil can field an entire new squad every tournament. How many were there in 2010? 5 perhaps?

That awful 2010 team dominated Holland until J.Cesar gifted you a goal. Juan past his prime, Michel Bastos, 34 yo Gilberto Silva, crazy Felipe Melo, Elano, Robinho and Luís Fabiano were starters. The worst brazilian squad ever. By far. And they were still competitive and hard to beat...
avatar
Fey

Number of posts : 35347
Supports : Feyenoord and Manchester United
Favourite Player : ??#$ Error, John Guidetti, Jordy Clasie
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Brasil WC Squad

Post by Fey on Wed May 07, 2014 7:50 pm

Formerly known as sheva7 wrote:
Fey wrote:I would have included Miranda, but their defense is quite good nontheless. All in all they have a better squad then in 2010.

Not much creativity, but if they can all play to serve that Nike commercial, perhaps it will work.

I just love how brazil can field an entire new squad every tournament. How many were there in 2010? 5 perhaps?

That awful 2010 team dominated Holland until J.Cesar gifted you a goal. Juan past his prime, Michel Bastos, 34 yo Gilberto Silva, crazy Felipe Melo, Elano, Robinho and Luís Fabiano were starters. The worst brazilian squad ever. By far. And they were still competitive and hard to beat...

That awful Brazil team couldnt score more then once against that Dutch defense, and were lucky not to have lost the game 5-1 in the second half...
avatar
Fey

Number of posts : 35347
Supports : Feyenoord and Manchester United
Favourite Player : ??#$ Error, John Guidetti, Jordy Clasie
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Brasil WC Squad

Post by Fey on Wed May 07, 2014 7:55 pm

Murray wrote:Where have all the great Brazilian players gone?

That squad is full of shite.

Brazil have shite academies compared to Europe, and with them getting richer, the lesser favela kids that have graced football for so long, will breakthrough. Yet they will produce middle class wankers like Kaka and Neymar who lack the will to win.

They only reason why Brazil is so succesfull in football is because their population is so much bigger compared that of other football countries. If it was the same, as say, England or Italy, they would have won fuck all me thinks.

Formerly known as sheva7

Number of posts : 1898
Age : 33
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Brasil WC Squad

Post by Formerly known as sheva7 on Wed May 07, 2014 8:10 pm

Fey wrote:
Formerly known as sheva7 wrote:
Fey wrote:I would have included Miranda, but their defense is quite good nontheless. All in all they have a better squad then in 2010.

Not much creativity, but if they can all play to serve that Nike commercial, perhaps it will work.

I just love how brazil can field an entire new squad every tournament. How many were there in 2010? 5 perhaps?

That awful 2010 team dominated Holland until J.Cesar gifted you a goal. Juan past his prime, Michel Bastos, 34 yo Gilberto Silva, crazy Felipe Melo, Elano, Robinho and Luís Fabiano were starters. The worst brazilian squad ever. By far. And they were still competitive and hard to beat...

That awful Brazil team couldnt score more then once against that Dutch defense, and were lucky not to have lost the game 5-1 in the second half...


And that's why they are considered the worst brazilian side ever.

Formerly known as sheva7

Number of posts : 1898
Age : 33
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Brasil WC Squad

Post by Formerly known as sheva7 on Wed May 07, 2014 8:14 pm

Fey wrote:
Murray wrote:Where have all the great Brazilian players gone?

That squad is full of shite.

Brazil have shite academies compared to Europe, and with them getting richer, the lesser favela kids that have graced football for so long, will breakthrough. Yet they will produce middle class wankers like Kaka and Neymar who lack the will to win.

They only reason why Brazil is so succesfull in football is because their population is so much bigger compared that of other football countries. If it was the same, as say, England or Italy, they would have won fuck all me thinks.
 lol! 
avatar
abundance

Number of posts : 1514
Age : 38
Supports : FC Inter
Registration date : 2007-01-29

Re: Brasil WC Squad

Post by abundance on Wed May 07, 2014 9:31 pm

debaser wrote:they can make a team that will be hard to beat, but a lot is going to be resting on Oscar and Neymar to create goals 'cause the rest of the midfield seems to be mostly runners and DMs and the other forwards aren't the types to make their own chances.

Well, Hernanes has a good sense for assists, Paulinho is good at going into space to shoot, and Alves/Maicon make a good wing threat.

But yeah for brasilian standards definitely this isn't a squad overspilling flair.


Question to brasilians: for what is worth, is Henrique any better than Filipe Luìs and Leandro Castàn?

Formerly known as sheva7

Number of posts : 1898
Age : 33
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Brasil WC Squad

Post by Formerly known as sheva7 on Wed May 07, 2014 9:56 pm

abundance wrote:
debaser wrote:they can make a team that will be hard to beat, but a lot is going to be resting on Oscar and Neymar to create goals 'cause the rest of the midfield seems to be mostly runners and DMs and the other forwards aren't the types to make their own chances.

Well, Hernanes has a good sense for assists, Paulinho is good at going into space to shoot, and Alves/Maicon make a good wing threat.

But yeah for brasilian standards definitely this isn't a squad overspilling flair.


Question to brasilians: for what is worth, is Henrique any better than Filipe Luìs and Leandro Castàn?

Henrique is a central defender who is playing as a right back for Napoli. Scolari likes him as a person. Both relegated Palmeiras in 2012. He is not good enough to be called up. The joke is that he was called up because Fred needs to score in training sessions to get confidence. Smile
avatar
Jaime

Number of posts : 32027
Age : 38
Supports : Real Madrid CF
Favourite Player : Butragueño, Redondo, Raúl, Guti, Casillas, Sergio Ramos, Isco, Carvajal
Registration date : 2006-08-08

Re: Brasil WC Squad

Post by Jaime on Thu May 08, 2014 2:44 pm

Formerly known as sheva7 wrote:
abundance wrote:
debaser wrote:they can make a team that will be hard to beat, but a lot is going to be resting on Oscar and Neymar to create goals 'cause the rest of the midfield seems to be mostly runners and DMs and the other forwards aren't the types to make their own chances.

Well, Hernanes has a good sense for assists, Paulinho is good at going into space to shoot, and Alves/Maicon make a good wing threat.

But yeah for brasilian standards definitely this isn't a squad overspilling flair.


Question to brasilians: for what is worth, is Henrique any better than Filipe Luìs and Leandro Castàn?

Henrique is a central defender who is playing as a right back for Napoli. Scolari likes him as a person. Both relegated Palmeiras in 2012. He is not good enough to be called up. The joke is that he was called up because Fred needs to score in training sessions to get confidence. Smile

lol!
avatar
abundance

Number of posts : 1514
Age : 38
Supports : FC Inter
Registration date : 2007-01-29

Re: Brasil WC Squad

Post by abundance on Thu May 08, 2014 2:54 pm

Laughing


So I see Henrique is a typical pal/talisman choice... shame 'cause Castàn has had a wonderful season, and Filipe Luìs looked good the few times I watched Atletico



BTW, may I ask which is the most probable Scolari's first eleven? And how would you field 'em instead?

Formerly known as sheva7

Number of posts : 1898
Age : 33
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Brasil WC Squad

Post by Formerly known as sheva7 on Thu May 08, 2014 5:31 pm

abundance wrote:Laughing


So I see Henrique is a typical pal/talisman choice... shame 'cause Castàn has had a wonderful season, and Filipe Luìs looked good the few times I watched Atletico



BTW, may I ask which is the most probable Scolari's first eleven? And how would you field 'em instead?

Scolari will pick the players that defeated Spain in the Confed Cup:

J. César, Dani Alves, Thiago Silva, David Luiz, Marcelo, Luiz Gustavo, Paulinho, hulk, Oscar, Neymar, Fred.

Víctor would be my first choice gk. César didn't play for 6 months and now is playing in the Mls.
I would play Willian in the place of Hulk because he has more skill and also trackback to defend.

Apart from Germany and Spain, I don't think that any other country have better defenders and midfielders. The problem is that Brazil lack talent upfront. I love Jo and Bernard for what they did playing for my fav club, Fred is very good, but they are not world cup calliber players.
avatar
mongrel hawk

Number of posts : 4757
Age : 37
Supports : Corinthians
Registration date : 2006-08-08

Re: Brasil WC Squad

Post by mongrel hawk on Thu May 08, 2014 5:52 pm

Formerly known as sheva7 wrote:
abundance wrote:Laughing


So I see Henrique is a typical pal/talisman choice... shame 'cause Castàn has had a wonderful season, and Filipe Luìs looked good the few times I watched Atletico



BTW, may I ask which is the most probable Scolari's first eleven? And how would you field 'em instead?

Scolari will pick the players that defeated Spain in the Confed Cup:

J. César, Dani Alves, Thiago Silva, David Luiz, Marcelo, Luiz Gustavo, Paulinho, hulk, Oscar, Neymar, Fred.

Víctor would be my first choice gk. César didn't play for 6 months and now is playing in the Mls.
I would play Willian in the place of Hulk because he has more skill and also trackback to defend.

Apart from Germany and Spain, I don't think that any other country have better defenders and midfielders. The problem is that Brazil lack talent upfront. I love Jo and Bernard for what they did playing for my fav club, Fred is very good, but they are not world cup calliber players.

I would play Julio César even if he was unemployed. The same goes for Oscar and Paulinho, who are not having a good season. They play well for Brazil, and that`s what matters. (I think Victor is the best Brazilian keeper today, but a WC selection goes beyond being good IMO).

The only change I'd make would be Maicon in place of Alves.

Formerly known as sheva7

Number of posts : 1898
Age : 33
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Brasil WC Squad

Post by Formerly known as sheva7 on Thu May 08, 2014 7:58 pm

mongrel hawk wrote:
Formerly known as sheva7 wrote:
abundance wrote:Laughing


So I see Henrique is a typical pal/talisman choice... shame 'cause Castàn has had a wonderful season, and Filipe Luìs looked good the few times I watched Atletico



BTW, may I ask which is the most probable Scolari's first eleven? And how would you field 'em instead?

Scolari will pick the players that defeated Spain in the Confed Cup:

J. César, Dani Alves, Thiago Silva, David Luiz, Marcelo, Luiz Gustavo, Paulinho, hulk, Oscar, Neymar, Fred.

Víctor would be my first choice gk. César didn't play for 6 months and now is playing in the Mls.
I would play Willian in the place of Hulk because he has more skill and also trackback to defend.

Apart from Germany and Spain, I don't think that any other country have better defenders and midfielders. The problem is that Brazil lack talent upfront. I love Jo and Bernard for what they did playing for my fav club, Fred is very good, but they are not world cup calliber players.

I would play Julio César even if he was unemployed. The same goes for Oscar and Paulinho, who are not having a good season. They play well for Brazil, and that`s what matters. (I think Victor is the best Brazilian keeper today, but a WC selection goes beyond being good IMO).

The only change I'd make would be Maicon in place of Alves.

IMO Júlio César didn't enough to have an 'untouchable' status in the national squad like Casillas has in Spain.

110%

Number of posts : 8978
Age : 43
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Brasil WC Squad

Post by 110% on Tue Jul 29, 2014 12:46 pm

Dunga says a lot of truth about Neymar, crying and Neymar:
https://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/soccer-dirty-tackle/several-things-dunga-does-not-like-about-neymar-and-the-current-state-of-the-brazilian-national-team-224414890.html

We will not play for Neymar, he will play for the team.

avatar
Super Progress

Number of posts : 15428
Age : 28
Supports : Real Madrid + Mierda inchada en un palo
Favourite Player : Laudrup,Cassano,Totti, Zidane,Marcelo, Pepe!,Guti, PROGRESS
Registration date : 2006-08-07

Re: Brasil WC Squad

Post by Super Progress on Fri Aug 01, 2014 12:13 pm

I must say that given this WC I was scared that perhaps public pressure would turn Brazil towards more pro-footballing ways but thankfully they kept the course


Dunga: Neymar must earn place in Brazil squad

New Brazil coach Dunga has laid down the law for the national team, telling Neymar he has to earn his place as much as everyone else.
Dunga has replaced Felipe Scolari, who left his post after the World Cup hosts finished fourth, losing 7-1 to Germany in the semi-final and 3-0 to the Netherlands in the third place play-off. [DUNGA CONFIRMED AS NEW BRAZIL COACH] The former Brazil captain was in charge of the side between 2006 and 2010 and has criticised the behaviour of Barcelona pair Neymar and Dani Alves at the summer’s tournament. “Neymar is a reference for the world. He won’t play based on who he is. He’ll play depending on the team. “I didn’t like that the team came out with shirts in memory of Neymar [prior to the Germany game after Neymar was injured against Colombia].

“The message conveyed was ‘we lost a warrior’. But if we go to war we can’t keep crying. We can’t harm the soldier who takes their place.” Dunga continued on the crying theme, taking a shot at David Luiz, MD claim, who was in tears at various points in the tournament. “A scene of tears is wrong in the world of football. Maybe it’s sexist but men don’t cry. We need to learn respect,” he said.

Of course, Neymar also gave a tearful press conference in the wake of his World Cup exit when he revealed that Juan Zúniga's challenge in their Wolrd Cup quarter-fianl could have been paralysed. Dunga was not impressed with the players’ decision to dye their hair, believing it was emblematic of a distracted atmosphere. “I wouldn’t have allowed these players to die their hair while they were with the national team,” Mundo Deportivo reports Dunga as telling the Brazilian media. “Either do it before or after, but they should be thinking about the World Cup. “Neymar appears with a cap or without a cap. We should be talking about what happens on the field.


 cheers 

Sponsored content

Re: Brasil WC Squad

Post by Sponsored content


    Current date/time is Tue Aug 22, 2017 5:47 pm