BRAZILIAN TALENTS SCOUTED AT BH CUP

Premier League sides have reportedly sent their top scouts to watch the talents at the Belo Horizonte Cup.


The tournament is set to begin this week so top sides want to take advantage since it has proved to be a goldmine for talents.

The tournament is a grassroots competition for under 17 rising stars in Brazil. It is known to pull scouts who get to see the next generation playing the game passionately. Brazilian new source O Tempo claims that Manchester United, Man City and Arsenal have scouts billed to attend the event.

The man City are sending is the one that helped Gabriel Jesus to the Etihad last summer. City paid £27 million for the player but he resumed in January 2017. The youngster is already building an impressive profile in the English top flight already. (more…)

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Archie Thompson finds Brazilian Football is Best than Rest of the World

Archie Thompson reckons the thing which distinguishes Brazilian Football from the rest of the world is the fact that they enjoy the game more than anyone else.


But, in the past few years, that wasn’t the case. The Brazilian team wasn’t as relaxed as they used to be and that’s probably why they suffered in terms of results, especially in big competitions. However with Tite’s arrival as coach, they are now back to their old selves and that’s reflecting in their recent results as they are cruising to easy wins.

Recalling a story of the past, Thompson says that once the Australian team had to play a World Cup game versus Brazil and he was a part of that Australian team. When he and his teammates departed from the hotel to the ground, everybody had a serious look on his face and everybody was thinking about the game only, but, when they reached the ground and left their bus, they saw the bus of the Brazilians standing there and the scenes in that bus were completely opposite to what the scenes were in the bus of the Aussies. (more…)

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The arrival of Tite has seen David Luiz being snubbed from Brazil

The 55 year old manager Tite took over the Brazilian national side on June of 2016 as he replaced Dunga who was fired and now it’s Tite’s task to start pushing Brazil forward and guide them to the qualification stages of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.


Brazil is currently pitted at the top of the CONMEBOL group with 27 points out of their 12 matches that they have played so far at the time of writing this article. The Brazilian side is one the favorites of snatching the top spot and qualify for the upcoming worldwide football competition.

All of this is good news for supporters of Brazil as it seems like Tite has been doing a good job since taking over the national team almost 1 year ago.

Unfortunately for David Luiz, his time with Brazil has been diminishing as the 29 year old defender of Chelsea has not been called up ever since Tite arrived. (more…)

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