Brazil brings dance shoes to frown on Eligible Football Guys

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If there’s one thing Gianni Infantino wants you to know about the Human Rights World Cup, it’s that EVERYONE HAS A REALLY GOOD TIME. Particularly the grinning Gianni, who should be treated like Gideon Osborne at London 2012, the TV cameras need to be fixed in at least one match, although such candid shots are not shared on the stadium’s big screens. But why does everyone love him so much? One idea relentlessly voiced by the defenders of the tournament was that the ban imposed when the last orders were placed before the big kick-off made hooligans get drunk and, in fact, no Russian, Brazilian or South African World Cups.

Of course, neither drink made it safer for women, with no beer and cautious drunks around. And that may be the case, at least for female tourists or the media, but Qatar itself takes a very different stance than in the west, where women’s rights are curtailed by the country’s male guardianship laws. Since extraordinary wealth will always buy this kind of kindness, it’s assumed that in corporate boxes anyone can keep their free Budweisers and not bother female visitors. There also seems to be plenty of seating in the stadiums, beyond the colorful scenes of fans attacking the cameras, and despite some ingenious maneuvers by the host broadcasters. That includes a 4-1 bombardment of South Korea on Monday, bringing in the dance shoes of a Brazilian team.

In previous World Cups, Seleçao Playing jogo bonito samba style and other overused clichés in front of the empty seats was unthinkable, but the plastic blue covers were freely visible for the final stand of the 974 BoxPark recyclable stadium. But thank you Gianni for his opinion. Seleçao They play the jogo bonito samba style and other overused clichés to make HRWC feel like a true Copa do Mundo. From Leônidas da Silva to Didi, Clodoaldo to Denilson, and their friends juggling Sergio Mendes at an airport for a shoemaker, Brazil has always brought the moves. “We have 10 different dances,” Richarlison roared full-time. Brazil’s third goal involved their coach T1te adopting the John Sergeant/Gregg Wallace dad dance role.

Proper Football Men on the portal, Roy Keane, and Graeme Souness frowned who didn’t miss the clue on ITV. In Ireland, another Didi, Hamann, joined RTÉ. “Dance at halftime and then kick the goalie out,” he wailed, after T1te expanded the party to include third-choice goalkeeper Weverton. Wev’s arrival in the second half meant that every member of the 26-man squad played in this HWRC. But will Brazil still play in the quarterfinals against Argentina and before that against Croatia? PFM wouldn’t expect that after disrespecting the game so much. But Gianni’s fun streak really needs them to keep doing that.


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“I went [to the pitch] and first he consoled all the men, then he shook [Lionel] Messi’s hand. Nobody said anything so I took my chance and said ‘See you inside’. [I wanted] one of the other kids will have the opportunity first, but no one took advantage of it, so I thought why not. I do not know [mine] it’ll be on her wall at home or maybe she’ll still be on the floor in that dressing room but I’m not worried – I got more hers… I’m surprised she even got mine. He certainly doesn’t know who I am” – Hearts midfielder Cammy Devlin, who hasn’t played a minute for Australia at HRWC, shows that even the Socceroos’ unused substitutes punch well above their weight in Qatar.


Aaron Timms’ article describing Fox’s HR World Cup news as ‘disgusting’ is overly polite. Disgusting, ignorant bastard. Instead, we watched almost every Spanish-language game on Univision, and even though we don’t speak much Spanish, it’s much better than the gibberish that comes out of the mouths of the Fox hosts and commentators. Consider yourself lucky if you don’t live in the USA! UNITED STATES OF AMERICA!! UNITED STATES OF AMERICA!!! We went back to the pregame yesterday to hear Landon Donovan and Alexei Lalas being introduced as ‘World Cup royalty’ and we beat it in a rush. On a happier note, we are coming to the UK for Christmas and are meeting up with a friend in Cambridge. None of us know Cambridge well, can you suggest a decent pub for lunch?” – Steve Marron.

It’s a little late, but I had to tie my back and sign up. In the Wales – UK MBM news, a reader asked if some kind of secret left inland factory had been set up in the early 2000s. Yes there was. Everyone on my son’s under-12 team wants to be Cristiano Ronaldo or Kylian Mbappé and spend their time practicing left-hand dribbling and celebrating (before I realize it’s actually pretty tough). This is particularly troubling for me as the defensive coach on the team – apparently there are no 12-year-olds who want to be the next Steve Bruce” – Pete Smith.

With all the weaker teams down in the round of 16 so far, it’s now up to Morocco to prevent the quarterfinals from becoming a club made up of all the usual suspects. Some might say there’s a huge gulf between these two sides, but in reality it’s just the Strait of Gibraltar” – Peter Oh.


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It was alleged that Samuel Eto’o, president of the Cameroon Football Association and Qatar 2022 Global Heritage Ambassador, was filmed. kick a man He collapsed in an off-court argument after Brazil beat South Korea.

Samuel Eto'o photographed with Gianni Infantino.

Samuel Eto’o photographed with Gianni Infantino. Photograph: Kieran McManus/Rex/Shutterstock

South Korea coach Paulo Bento is stepping down after leaving HRWC. “I just announced this to the players and the president, it was a final decision this September and I thanked them for everything they’ve done.” “I am proud to have been their manager for over four years. I’ll rest now and see what happens next.”

Moroccan boss Walid Regragui caught a dose of Jock Wallace war fever before their last 16 draw with Spain. “We’re going to swing out,” he roared. We want to raise our Moroccan flag very high, above all for ourselves and our country, and yes, for all Arabs and Africans.”

Portugal coach Fernando Santos is feeling offended by Cristiano Ronaldo’s recent toddler-like reaction to being tricked out, this time against South Korea, but probably not enough to knock him down against Switzerland. “I saw the footage, yes, I didn’t like it. Not at all. I really don’t like it,” he grumbled.[But] That’s all over with, period.”

Japan boss Hajime Moriyasu is still proud of his team, even though they just left behind a mess they couldn’t clear when it came to penalties against shrewd Croatia. “I think the players showed a new era in Japanese football and they should use that feeling of upset and try to win next time,” he tweeted, giving a big clue as to why the point kicks were ridiculous: “I asked the players to decide for themselves.”

Japanese players bow down after their defeat.

Japanese players bow down after their defeat. Photo: Anadolu Agency/Getty Images

And Germany team director Oliver Bierhoff was slapped Die MannschaftMach Eins has left its mark on the door of , after their terrible failure in Qatar. “Even if the last few tournaments fall short of the sporting targets set, they will still be associated with big moments,” DFB president Bernd Neuendorf babbled, bolting the door behind him.


“The truth is, many chopsticks are wasted needlessly, if I can help stop that, I’d be happy to do so. With you! With ChopValue, we hope we can save millions of chopsticks and give them a second life” – Everton side midfielder actor and model Tom Davies, an unexpected but welcomed recycling initiative in Liverpool sold big.


Post-takeover optimism in Coventry was quickly shattered by the news that their stadium’s new owner, our old friend Mike Ashley, had given the Championship club an eviction notice. “We were surprised when we learned of this intention. [Ashley’s company] “Given that discussions with the City of Coventry prior to the completion of the acquisition of the arena, Frasers Group has led us to understand that as the new owners of the arena, Frasers Group will continue to see current conditions remain unchanged.”

Watford signed Canadian midfielder Ismaël Koné from Montreal on a four and a half year contract.

And Leeds has reached an “amicable settlement” with Leipzig over the financial turmoil over the signing of Jean-Kévin Augustin in 2020. Last month, Leeds was ordered to pay Leipzig £18.4m after an appeal by the Court of Arbitration for Sport was rejected. The forward later moved to Nantes and is now in Basel.


December 2: “You can continue to change managers every three or four months if you want. It’s deeper than that. This is a cultural issue. It’s a mentality issue. It’s harder to change that, but that’s what we have to do. I am very willing to do this. I know I will be successful if given the opportunity to do so. We need to change the whole mentality of the football club and how we move forward” – Charlton boss Ben Garner tells the Addicks to change their quick fix philosophies and support it in the long run.

December 5: “Unfortunately, we haven’t been able to produce consistent results and our league position and recent form have left us in a situation where we need to take action to give ourselves the best opportunity to make the most of this season” – Charlton chief suit Thomas Sandgaard begs to differ.


“I don’t want to make Jude Bellingham too big because he’s still young, but he’s one of the most talented players I’ve ever seen,” Phil Foden cheered, failing spectacularly. The relentless rise of the 19-year-old Dortmund star who “will be the best midfielder in the world” is from Jacob Steinberg.

Sid Lowe praises how Brazil’s singing and dancing spectacle against South Korea brings out the 1970s and 1982 nostalgias in all of us.

Speaking of ’82, as David Hytner explains, there are some vivid and resounding memories for Gareth Southgate as well.

Nick Ames on Croatia’s prowess in marching football.

Anita Asante writes that Leo Messi grew up under the pressure of needing a World Cup swan song.


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