Brazil is the Country of Soccer
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Brazil is the Country of Soccer

by Yasuaki S.
(Fujisawa, Kanagawa, Japan)

I think that Brazil is the country of soccer. The soccer players in Brazil have received a high appraisal in foreign countries. Especially, my favorite player is KAKA. He belongs to Real Madrid in Spain. His play is fantastic and beautiful. So, there is high expectation for his activity in this year's World Cup.

Brazil is a country that has won the World Cup championship five times. And there is a possibility that Brazil will win this year's championship, too. As the country of soccer, Brazil will show us exciting soccer!!

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May 17, 2010
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by: Gary Wolff

Thanks, Yasuaki. Happy to hear about your love for Brazilian soccer.

Well, the 2010 FIFA World Cup starts next month. You must be getting excited !

Thanks again for your nice story...

Gary


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