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What a f*****g disgrace that c**t Dunga is.
Neymar
Costa--Coutinho--Lucas
---Fernandinho--Gustavo-------
Marcelo - Silva - Miranda - Danilo
----------------?????----------

Alright, now we're getting some where!
Neymar who? KING RICKY IS BACK!
Brazil out of Copa America. This should not come to a surprise to anyone. Dunga coached them before and was kicked out because of results and because they were not playing "joga bonito". Happy for Paraguay. Brazil needs to do some reflection on some of the players that got called up.
WELCOME BACK KAKA!
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Dunga's call up for games against Argentina & Japan:

Jefferson (Botafogo)
Rafael Cabral (Napoli)
David Luiz (PSG)
Miranda (Atletico Madrid)
Marquinhos (PSG)
Gil (Corinthians)
Felipe Luis (Chelsea)
Dodo (Inter Milan)
Mario Fernandes (CSKA Moscow)
Danilo (Porto)
Luiz Gustavo (Wolfsburg)
Fernandinho (Manchester City)
Elias (Corinthians)
Coutinho (Liverpool)
Ramires (Chelsea)
Willian (Chelsea)
Oscar (Chelsea)
Everton Ribeiro (Cruzeiro)
Ricardo Goulart (Cruzeiro)
Neymar (Barcelona)
Diego Tardelli (Atletico Mineiro)
Robinho (Santos)

The RB will be totally experimental as Mario Fernandes is making his 1st appearance for the selecao and Danilo has only recently joined the selecao under Dunga. However I can't believe that Dunga is dropping Thiago Silva... Also surprised not a single Sao Paulo player was called up, they're in the hottest form in the Brasileirao right now! Ganso, Pato, Alan Kardec, Kaka, Souza... all players that deserve to be called up...
Souza (Sao Paulo) has replaced Ramires (Chelsea) due to injury. No offense to Ramires, but this is good. I want to see what Souza can bring to the table while he's on this hot form while we know what Ramires provides, and well, it's underwhelming most of the time...

EDIT: Goalkeeper Marcelo Grohe (Gremio) and, wait for it... Ricardo Kaka (Sao Paulo) have also been added to the roster by Dunga. Welcome back Kaka!!!
So Dunga hasn't changed at all...
Not one bit
Dunga's first call-up, get excited...........

Jefferson (Botafogo)
Rafael Cabral (Napoli)
David Luiz (PSG)
Marquinhos (PSG)
Gil (Corinthians)
Miranda (Atletico Madrid)
Felipe Luis (Atletico Madrid)
Maicon (Roma)
Alex Sandro (Porto)
Danilo (Porto)
Luiz Gustavo (Wolfsburg)
Elias (Corinthians)
Fernandinho (Manchester City)
Ramires (Chelsea)
Everton Ribiero (Cruzeiro)
Oscar (Chelsea)
Hulk (Zenit)
Ricardo Goulart (Cruzeiro)
Willian (Chelsea)
Coutinho (Liverpool)
Diego Tardelli (Atletico Mineiro)
Neymar (Barcelona)

Coutinho finally gets his well deserved call-up. I'm surprised Hulk got called back, didn't prove himself at the World Cup and I thought his Selecao days were over. There are no true strikers on the roster, so false 9 formation? Also was half expecting Robinho to return, or any of the Sao Paulo quartet to be called up (Kaka, Pato, Alan Kardec, Ganso) who have all been in good form.
Robinho (Santos) & Marcelo (Real Madrid) join the selecao in place of the injured Hulk & Alex Sandro respectively
Brazil's under-21 squad named!

Goalkeepers
Ederson (Rio Ave - Portugal)
Jacsson (Internacional - Brazil)

Defenders
Doria (Botafogo - Brazil)
Marquinhos (Paris Saint-Germain - France)
Vinicius (Lazio - Italy)
Wallace (Braga - Portugal)
Fabinho (Monaco - France)
Gilberto (Internacional - Brazil)
Wendell (Bayer Leverkusen - Germany)
Douglas Santos (Udinese - Italy)

Midfielders
Alison (Santos - Brazil)
Danilo (Braga - Portugal)
Lucas Silva (Cruzeiro - Brazil)
José Wellison (Vitoria - Brazil)
Luan (Gremio - Brazil)
Rafael Alcantara (Barcelona - Spain)

Forwards
Ademilson (Sao Paulo - Brazil)
Alisson (Cruzeiro - Brazil)
Douglas Coutinho (Atletico Paranaense - Brazil)
Otavio (Internacional - Brazil)
Vinicius Araujo (Valencia - Spain)
Vitinho (CSKA - Russia)
Dunga is back.

f**k...


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WC Qualification South America Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
27
19
9
28
1
3
8
12
1
23
13
11
24
3
2
7
12
2
20
6
16
22
4
2
6
12
3
19
2
12
14
3
4
5
12
4
18
1
17
18
4
3
5
12
5
18
0
15
15
4
3
5
12
6
15
-6
17
11
5
3
4
12
7
11
-7
22
15
7
2
3
12
8
11
-13
25
12
7
2
3
12
9
5
-15
29
14
9
2
1
12
10

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