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Tag: brazil
Soccer America Daily
James and Fred, legends since youth days
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Scolari: 'Neymar as Important to Brazil as Messi is to Argentina'
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Neymar Overtakes Ronaldinho, Rivaldo
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World Cup Stadium Suffers Burst Pipe
Soccer America Confidential
Mexico hits all the right notes
Soccer America Daily
England fans offered free art viewing
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Reports: Kaka 'Very Close' to Orlando City Deal
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Scolari: 'I Did Not Like Their Goalkeeper'
Soccer America Confidential
Mexico leaves last year's struggles far behind
Soccer America Daily
World Cup Today: Tuesday
Soccer America Daily
Faves, Memes & Likes: Mexico's 'Saint Ochoa' stifles Brazil
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Diego Costa, the Most Hated Player at the World Cup
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Croatia Reaction: 'Why Don't They Just Hand the Trophy to Brazil Right Away?'
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Report: 2014 World Cup a Turning Point for Mega-Events
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ITV Studio Damaged by Protesters
Soccer America Daily
What They're Saying: Dilma Rousseff
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Manaus' World Cup Stadium 'in Bad Shape'
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Rio Airports Suffer Partial Strike
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Ronaldinho Look-alike Fools Messi
Soccer America Confidential
Brazil falls short of Jogo Bonito but takes first step
Soccer America Daily
Croatia's Kovac: 'This was ridiculous'
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Brazil President Predicts the 'Greatest World Cup in History'
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Messi Wants Neymar in World Cup Final
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European Worry, USA Excitement for Harsh Conditions
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Dortmund's Reus Out Three Months
Soccer America Daily
A sneak preview of Neymar and Marcelo
Soccer America Daily
History is on Brazil's side in opener
SoccerTalk with Paul Gardner
Losing the first game means your World Cup is almost certainly at an end
Section 2 Around the Net
Neymar Injured, Returns to Brazil Training
Soccer America Daily
The World Cup Countdown: What ails Messi?
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