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Brazil head for SA on Wednesday

Brazil head for SA on Wednesday

Posted: 24 May 2010 Time: 1:33 pm

Brazil, whose players are focusing purely on fitness work and conditioning as they begin their preparations for the World Cup, will be heading for South Africa on Wednesday.

Dunga’s squad has been undergoing physical tests since players reported for national-team duty in the southern city of Curitiba on Friday, and has not yet practiced on the field.

The squad will stay in Brazil until Wednesday, before heading for South Africa for the final stage of its preparations ahead of its first match at the World Cup - against North Korea on June 15.

Inter Milan players Julio Cesar, Maicon and Lucio, who helped the Italian club win the Champions League on Saturday, are not expected to report to the Brazil squad until Thursday.

Article by: AN Other

Previous comments on this story...

Anonymous
posted: 01:55 pm
Brazil to play final with South Africa
KG
posted: 02:17 pm
Its time and we can actually feel it. i believe Brazil will be the second team to land in SA since the Ausis will be landing on wednesday.
Anonymous
posted: 02:50 pm
i copied this from supersport.com

Sports Poll
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Which African team will go furthest in the 2010 Fifa World Cup?
Algeria 3%
Cameroon 14%
Ghana 18%
Ivory Coast 30%
Nigeria 0%
South Africa 36%

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I here by call on europeans to come to africa because we have free black slaves to sell in s/africa..this is unlike the slave trade of old bcos the whole of black africa is in support of this....there is mental torture as a result of too much whips on the head from the boers to these black s/africans and they are fast becomming a nuissance to themselves in particular and to the black race in general!!!..wishing white buyers safe journey to s/africa!

Anonymous
posted: 03:16 pm
i copied this from supersport.com

Sports Poll
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Which African team will go furthest in the 2010 Fifa World Cup?
Algeria 3%
Cameroon 14%
Ghana 18%
Ivory Coast 30%
Nigeria 0%
South Africa 36%

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I here by call on europeans to come to africa because we have free black slaves to sell in s/africa..this is unlike the slave trade of old bcos the whole of black africa is in support of this....there is mental torture as a result of too much whips on the head from the boers to these black s/africans and they are fast becomming a nuissance to themselves in particular and to the black race in general!!!..wishing white buyers safe journey to s/africa!

Anonymous
posted: 03:51 pm
@Jonathan the Alien:

Hei wena Kwerekwere ndini! foetsek,your virus!

How many drugs have you sold today and how many diseases have you transmitted to other people? If you are not in you country, what brings you to other people's countries, Nigerians are not humans, they are ALIENS, you don't know that, don't compare your self to black race because you are not one of them, Nigerians are not Africans they are fake Aliens claiming to be Africans. Why everywhere they go they cause problems. I wish Nigerians were not coming to SA, they are a disastrous country
Bullet Funk
posted: 07:17 pm
Jonathan
Your comments make my skin dance with shame...as an African am ashamed as to your level of foolishness, go to school bro and get out of that box...

Fortune
You too make so many progressive South Africans look silly...Am Zambian, born and bred...i want to school in Lusaka with loads of South Africans kids...there was a need once for SAfricans to be looked after, now you dont have that need...how dare you turn your back on people who saw you through! This many SAfricans understand, uneven you do...your hate for foreigners should be directed to your government...Zambians have looked after all sorts of Africans, check your history books...we have never asked for anything...we lost all for Africa...we are happy to see you succeed...watch, learn.
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