Friday, September 24, 2021
Professionals must arrive early
Brazil prepares for the next scandal
When Brazil is playing for qualification for the soccer World Cup in Qatar, there has been a lot of irritation on and off the pitch recently. This time everything should be better and more relaxed. Also to avoid problems with the club’s coaches. There was that recently too.
After England’s veto and Crown scandal in the last World Cup qualifiers in South America, Brazil’s national soccer coach, Tite, has designated the squad for the next games about ten days before the arrival date. . This should guarantee a possible quarantine, reported the “UOL” portal.
According to a statement from the Brazilian Football Federation CBF, the 25-player squad includes eight professionals from England, including superstar Neymar (Paris Saint-Germain), who is suspended for the first game for two yellow cards, and rookie Antony. from Ajax in Amsterdam. .
According to the sports portal “Globoesporte”, Brazilian national players are expected to be released this time in the Premier League. However, according to the CBF football association, the details have yet to be clarified. The association has already made an exemption for the entry of players with the government. Great Britain is on Brazil’s red crown list.
In August, Premier League clubs refused to transfer players to countries on the British government’s red crown list, so Tite appointed nine more players. The match between Brazil and Argentina was canceled a few minutes later because officials from the health authority Anvisa wanted to remove three Argentines who played for English clubs for alleged infractions of the Crown regulations. Brazil will play Venezuela on October 7, Colombia on October 10 and Uruguay in Manaus on October 14. Qualification in South America for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar takes Brazil ahead of Argentina, Uruguay and Ecuador.
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