2009 FIFA Confederation Cup: Brazil Reviewed

by on June 13, 2009
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When we talk of soccer, the apparent thought that comes to mind is based on the popular one-liner, “The English invented it, the Brazilians perfected it.” And this is as true, as Brazil being the five time winner of the world Cup and currently the defending champion of the 2009 FIFA Confederation Cup is yet again in the limelight. This time the reason is that the Brazilian maestros Ronaldinho and Ronaldo are not in the Brazilian squad, which has subdued the Brazil fans spirit. Ronaldinho has not measure up as a standard player for Brazil and even his club during 2008-2009. However, whenever he played, he showed just the ‘thing’ which he possesses. Ronaldo and Ronaldinho are expected to join the Brazil team in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.

In the absence of the two maestros, Ricardo Kaka, the ace in the AC Milan (now in Real Madrid), is a true brainwave in the team. Though he suffered from injuries and fitness problems in the recent past, the attacking midfielder has a proven record with the ball. He is one true smasher who has all the potential to surprise his opponents by his extraordinary fluid run with the ball, scoring excellent goals. He is famous for scoring a number of long-range goals, which has always led to inevitable victory over the rivals at hand.

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