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To the dismay of many fans across the globe, the game is played on the ground. A lack of institutional support and a culture of competition on the rise are a major concern in the area of grassroots football.
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“I feel like we’re on the fringes of football culture,” Gomes told me. “Some people think that Brazil has a bad tradition or a poor game but if you look at the data, they’re actually the best in the world, maybe even the best at organizing this tournament.”
Gomes explained that the world champion has been organized by players and fans, but has never been in its core or core games – like the 2014 World Cup. He said there isn’t enough evidence to make those claims definitively, but added that they believe Brazil has a chance at winning it.
The problem of developing and connecting youth is one of the main reasons behind Brazil’s failure to secure a major team during a FIFA cycle. In 2014, Brazil’s government signed the World Youth Soccer Confederation’s (WYSSE) “Gondola” charter to fund a team, but it was then clear that it was only a beginning and there were still some key hurdles.
The team wasn’t expected to be ready for the 2018 World Cup, but was expected to be launched in 2022, and yet there were reports of only minor problems in the initial days, while some of the more serious questions that had arisen only added to pressure to turn it around.
Brazil’s failure at the recent U.S. Women’s National Team camp and other key World Cup tournaments was followed by a spate of high profile resignations from Brazilian youth team leaders, forcing Brazil to seek outside investment before they could begin to rebuild.
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