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Future Brazilian Football Stars

Future Brazilian Football Stars

Future Brazilian Football Stars

If you love football as much as I do and you're from Brazil, this is the post for you. My team of Brazilian football journalists have created a platform for Blues to meet and share their dreams about being a professional football player.

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Brazil is presently the most successful football country in history. They are only one of five countries to have won the World Cup more than once (in 1958, 1962, 1970, 1994, and 2002), one more than Italy, and one of just eight to have ever won it. In the last 15 years, their players have won the Ballon D'Or six times and the World Player of the Year eight times in the competition's 19-year history. This is more than any other country in the world.

Brazil has a unique and unconventional style of play. Dribbling, for example, is an essential aspect of their game. Many people chastised previous head coach Dunga for bringing Brazil a pragmatic, fundamentalist, defensive-minded approach. In recent years, the massive migration of players to European tournaments has sparked heated debate in Brazil, particularly concerning the implications for the Brazilian football style, so we intend to make a list of the top 10 best Brazilian young football players 2021 that could form Brazil’s future and make the country shine. (Source: sportmob.com)

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Talles Magno is the youngest player on the list. Despite this, he is arguably one of the most exciting prospects. The forwards' ability has already won over Vasco fans, as they have quickly realized that they possess one of the future stars of Brazilian football. Unfortunately for them, Premier League champions Liverpool have also noticed the player’s potential. If rumors are true, they may be making an offer for the Vasco wonderkid sooner rather than later. Keep an eye on Brazil’s largest asset in the next generation of Brazilian football.

Rodrygo is a talented winger with a keen eye for goal, making just under 100 professional games and his Selecao debut. These are impressive achievements for a teenager who has yet to reach 20, but they fall short of the most optimistic predictions for him: he has been anticipated to become a world-class player in Brazil since he was a child. Meeting Real Madrid's high standards and routinely making the starting XI is difficult for any player; we believe Rodrygo will need to produce more consistent results, which will need him to avoid injuries. (Source: sportmob.com)

 

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