The most disturbing, vile and abominable gimmick has been introduced. At a time in my life when I least expect it, and when I think I’ve see and heard it all, Brazil surprises me again with the most ridiculous device and musical instrument to date. The caxirolas will annoy you as much as the vuvuzelas.
The Fifa World Cup will be arriving into arguably the most soccer crazed country in the world come 2014: Brazil. A unique and fortunate moment for the Brazilians to host the game they adore so dearly and to also show the world and millions of visitors what Brazilian has to offer. Expectations of the hosts are running high. 13 games will be played between the cities São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro the locations for the opening game and final and all of them are sure to be incredible. Read more
Seldom have we seen a Brazilian National Squad so deprived of technically gifted players. This could be the first time in Brazil’s history where they have better defensive players than offensive players. To their fortune, Ganso and Oscar started to emerge as possible solutions for Brazil’s needy midfield. Now, Ganso has fallen victim to multiple injuries the past two years, while Oscar has triumphed at every team he has played with including Chelsea FC. The majority of Brazilian spectators and commentators route for Ganso’s recovery and subsequent replacement of Oscar as the true number “TEN” for Brazil, I ask the question, “Who is really better?”
It is no secret my contempt for Mano Menzes throughout his reign over the Brazilian National Team. I listed several issues I had with Mano in my article, “Brazil Booed The dark Ages of Brazilian Soccer.” Gratefully, Friday November 23rd Mano Menezes was dismissed as Brazil’s head coach, ”
A day which should be celebrated by all Brazilian’s,” Romario tweeted:
Galera, hoje é um dia histórico em que o Brasil tem que soltar fogos, fazer festa…