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What can you tell me about Vendelino MICHEL SCHMOLLER insider' date=' has he got potential? is he a good long term buy?

and thanks[/quote']

I've never seen him, but he did start the last few games, including Figu's first BrasileiroB match. I've heard he has potential, but can't confirm it.

I remember you posting on a tread that Bruno Meneghel had signed for goias. Why hasn't that been changed on SM yet??

Because SM are very very slow and clueless when it comes to Brazil.

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The better brazilain team is Internacional, from Porto Alegre.

And the better young player is Taison from Internacional.

Just a crazy to say that Corinthians is the better team in Brazil.

Queres ficar enrolando os gringo né?

O Corinthians não é o melhor time brasileiro nem a pau e tu sabe disso.

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The better brazilain team is Internacional' date=' from Porto Alegre.

And the better young player is Taison from Internacional.

Just a crazy to say that Corinthians is the better team in Brazil.

Queres ficar enrolando os gringo né?

O Corinthians não é o melhor time brasileiro nem a pau e tu sabe disso.[/quote']

Totally agree with you. Taison will be a 90+ rated, I'm sure. And Inter is the best team of Brazil.

Corinthians melhor time do Brasil????????? Quem foi o animal que falou essa besteira? Só pegou cachorro morto no Paulistão...Um São Paulo desestruturado, nem sombra do que foi ano passado (aliás o Grêmio merecia ser campeão). E um Santos ridículo. Neymar tem muito chão pela frente e o Madson sozinho não pode fazer tudo.

Lógico que os torcedores corinthianos estão empolgados com o Ronaldo, mas se deixam levar pela mídia, que parece ter uma "dívida de gratidão" interminável com este atleta (?).

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Who are the best 5 players for Internacional?

Best historically: D'Alessandro, Nilmar, Kleber, Indio, Magrao.

Best at the moment?: Taison, D'Alessandro, Nilmar, Sandro, Magrao. But Lauro, Indio, Kleber, Bolivar, Andrezinho, Danilo have all been good as well.

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Totally agree with you. Taison will be a 90+ rated' date=' I'm sure. And Inter is the best team of Brazil.

Corinthians melhor time do Brasil????????? Quem foi o animal que falou essa besteira? Só pegou cachorro morto no Paulistão...Um São Paulo desestruturado, nem sombra do que foi ano passado (aliás o Grêmio merecia ser campeão). E um Santos ridículo. Neymar tem muito chão pela frente e o Madson sozinho não pode fazer tudo.

Lógico que os torcedores corinthianos estão empolgados com o Ronaldo, mas se deixam levar pela mídia, que parece ter uma "dívida de gratidão" interminável com este atleta (?).[/quote']

Having the best players is not enough for making a champion, or else Brazil would have never had lost any world cup.

E...

Nossa cara, o Gauchão que é um baita dum campeonato competitivo! Ou o Carioca! Como disse e reafirmo:

1- O Corinthians é mais TIME. Outros podem ter melhores jogadores, mais o Corinthians é mais Time, tem um grupo mais coeso, e tem melhor técnico, que sabe efetivamente montar o time para anular o adversário, assim como fez com o São Paulo, fez com o Santos e fez com o Atlético-PR no segundo jogo, o jogos já foram ganhos na escalação. O melhor exemplo disso foi Contra o São Paulo quando o Muricy teve que tirar o Dagoberto e botar mais um volante após o segundo gol pra não tomar goleada.

2- Não existe campeonato estadual no nível do campeonato paulista, logo não existem parâmetros de comparação, o campeonato gaúcho é ridículo (o paulista da Série B é mais competitivo, tirando Gremio e Inter) o Carioca pior ainda (Tirando os 4 grandes o resto num jogaria nem na 3a divisão do Paulistão), o mineiro é uma piada, e o resto nem vale a pena mencionar a existência. E digo mais estes paulistas "batidos" que você mencionou o São Paulo é BEM melhor que o Grêmio, mesmo quebrado, enquanto não quebrarem o Jorge Wagner o time vai embora, Digo mais num confronto Direto, os Bambis levam os 6 pontos em cima do Grêmio. Já contra o Inter já creio que o Inter leva um e o São paulo leva outro vai ser um confronto que pode até acabar com uma vitoria para um e um empate, o Santos realmente é uma piada se classificou para as finais mais por incompetência do Palmeiras (Diego Souza) do que por competência do Santos, na minha opinião o Santos vem pra fugir do rebaixamento de novo.

3- São os números é que vão falar quando a bola rolar. Assim como falaram até agora. Especulações são da boca pra fora os títulos (e rebaixamentos) são para sempre.

Agora me retratando com os Gringos, afinal esta afim de demostrar o meu amor pelo clube e não enganar ninguém:

I sincerely didn't expect any non-Brazilians to take my word on the team being the "best in the country" I am just excessively happy on the Title we won, bragging about it being the best team in the country and whatnot. If I led anyone into trully believing that I apologize.

Now what I am saying is that the numbers look very favorable, we have the best defense in the country That in playing in the most competitive regional championship in the country, Other clubs like Inter Gremio and Cruzeiro played really really low quality teams so it is really easy to build up a favorable goal scored amount. We have a great group and we may indeed bag the 3 championships with this group who grew out of Serie B and is very very competitive. Don't be decieved thinking we are the favorites, we are the Longshots for the title but we will win it and I am sure at least the team Goal of getting to Libertadores on the 100th year anniversary WILL BE ACHIEVED.

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Brasileiro DAY 1

I'll try to keep up the match facts for every game. If there's anything you want to see added to it, feel free to let me know.

Palmeiras 2 - 1 Coritiba

Match Facts

Palestra Italia, Sao Paulo (Palmeiras)

Goal Scorers: Marcelinho Paraiba (90, Coritiba[Penalty]); Willians Santana (83, Pal); Keirrison (87, Pal)

Players Missing from Database: Souza (Palmeiras), Dirceu (Coritiba)

Lowest Rated Player: Bruno (74, Palmeiras)

Palmeiras: 74 Bruno - 87 Marcao - 84 Mauricio - 78 Jefferson - 86 Wendell - / Souza - 84 Jumar (86 Cleiton Xavier) - 85 Marquinhos (87 Keirrison) - 88 Mozart (89 Diego Souza) - 83 Willians Santana - 84 Ortigoza

Coritiba: 83 Vanderlei - 82 Marcio Gabriel - 82 Felipe - 86 Pereira - 84 Carlinhos Paraiba - 82 Pedro Ken - 81 Leandro Donizete - 84 Rodrigo Mancha - 90 Marcelinho Paraiba (84 Ramon) - 82 Nahuelpan (83 Marlos) - 86 Marcos Aurelio (/ Marcos Aurelio)

Sport Recife 1 - 1 Barueri

Match Facts

Ilha do Retiro, Recife (Sport Recife)

Goal Scorers: Igor (86 - Sport); Pedrao (/ - Barueri)

Players Missing from Database: Marcos Pimentel, Esley, Ralf, Ewerton, Thiago Humberto, Pedrao, Flavinho,

Lowest Rated Player: Guto (75 - Sport)

Injuries: Daniel Paulista (84 - Sport)

Sport Recife: 85 Magrao - 84 Cesar Lucena - 86 Igor - 86 Durval - 80 Moacir - 83 Hamilton Calheiras - 84 Daniel Paulista (84 Sandro Goiano) - 88 Paulo Baier (83 Fumagalli) - 85 Dutra - 82 Vandinho - 75 Guto (83 Luciano Henrique)

Grêmio Barueri: 78 Renê - / Marcos Pimentel (/Esley) - 78 Leandro Castan - 82 Daniel Marques - 82 Marcio Careca - / Ralf - / Ewerton - / Thiago Humberto - 77 Leanderson (79 Marcio Hahn) - / Pedrao (/ Flavinho) - / Fernandinho

Avai 2 - 2 Atletico Mineiro

Match Facts

Ressacada, Florianopolis (Avai)

Goal Scorers: Evando (/ Avai); Muriqui (74 - Avai); Alessandro (85 - Atletico); Carlos Alberto (85 - Atletico)

Players Missing from DB: Eduardo Martini, Ferdinando, Emerson, Andre Turatto, Wendell, Leo Gago, Odair, Evando, Luiz Ricardo (Avai)

Lowest Rated Player: Muriqui (74 - Avai)

Avai: / Eduardo Martini, / Ferdinando, / Emerson, / Andre Turatto, / Wendell, 84 Marcos Vinicius, / Leo Gago, / Odair (82 Ricardinho), 74 Muriqui, 81 Lima, 80 William, / Evando (/ Luiz Ricardo)

Atletico Mineiro: 84 Juninho, 86 Leandro Almeida, 75 Werley (85 Thiago Feltri), 80 Welton Felipe, 86 Elder Granja (85 Carlos Alberto), 85 Renan, 84 Marcio Araujo, 85 Fabiano Pereira (85 Alessandro), 84 Junior, 86 Diego Tardelli, 86 Eder Luis

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I've made a thread for Pedrão that odd goal inspired me.

And that is quite a setback for Sport they will miss those 2 points.

Palmeiras showed its strength and won as expected on the most exiting game of the day.

Coritiba surprised me on winning/drawing with Palmeiras most of the time, they have a decent squad who may steal points from the big ones.

And

Avai and Atlético Mineiro may not look like it yet but to me is a direct relegation zone battle, both are strong relegation candidates.

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Hi mate

Thank goodness the Brasiliero has finally started!!

Noticed Marcos was replaced by Bruno for Palm's win over Coritiba.

Is this just to rest the old man before next week's CL return match agst Sport? Do you reckon Bruno will get more time in between the sticks?

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Insider what do you think of Vanderlei Coritiba's goalkeeper. Had a great match against Palmeiras and is he worth hanging on to?

I've been saying it for a while now' date=' Vanderlei has been solid throughout the Paranaense as well. I really like him, one of my favourites in Brazil.

I've made a thread for Pedrão that odd goal inspired me.

And that is quite a setback for Sport they will miss those 2 points.

Palmeiras showed its strength and won as expected on the most exiting game of the day.

Coritiba surprised me on winning/drawing with Palmeiras most of the time, they have a decent squad who may steal points from the big ones.

And

Avai and Atlético Mineiro may not look like it yet but to me is a direct relegation zone battle, both are strong relegation candidates.

What did you think of Souza? He played awesome for his first game. Jumar and Mozart both taken off, but not Souza. He even tried to rally the crowd hehe.

Agree about AMG. Disappointed not to see the two top youngsters in that game, Kleber and Cristian. Oh well, they'll get their chances.

VERY unlucky for Sport... :rolleyes:

Hi mate

Thank goodness the Brasiliero has finally started!!

Noticed Marcos was replaced by Bruno for Palm's win over Coritiba.

Is this just to rest the old man before next week's CL return match agst Sport? Do you reckon Bruno will get more time in between the sticks?

Not only was he replaced, but Bruno played awesome! Only allowed one goal, and it was Marcelinho from the spot, which is very hard to stop. And he almost had it. Just his performances so far deserve a 78/80, but he's definatly being trained to take over one the old man hangs up his gloves. Marcos is still safe for now though, too well respected even if Bruno is playing better.

I finish work at 4 today, and the games start at 4. Hoping to be back within 10 minutes into the CRU - FLA game, which will be my focus point. COR - INT will be watched by Carlos I expect, and I'll have it on split screen to make sure we get an accurate perspective ;). FLU - SAO is the feature match of the week on GOLTV, so I'm recording that one and watching it at 8:30 local time. APR - VIT will probably be like the AVA - AMG game of yesterday; it will be on split screen but muted and the window will be much smaller then the two other. Then, at 6:30, my focus will be on GRE - SAN. I'm very interested in GOI - NAU, as these are two teams with decent risers who I have yet to see more then once. Santo Andre - BOT will be my muted small screen for this shift.

That's if all goes according to plan. My lord, I need to find myself a life.

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I've been saying it for a while now' date=' Vanderlei has been solid throughout the Paranaense as well. I really like him, one of my favourites in Brazil.

What did you think of Souza? He played awesome for his first game. Jumar and Mozart both taken off, but not Souza. He even tried to rally the crowd hehe.

Agree about AMG. Disappointed not to see the two top youngsters in that game, Kleber and Cristian. Oh well, they'll get their chances.

VERY unlucky for Sport... :rolleyes:

Not only was he replaced, but Bruno played awesome! Only allowed one goal, and it was Marcelinho from the spot, which is very hard to stop. And he almost had it. Just his performances so far deserve a 78/80, but he's definatly being trained to take over one the old man hangs up his gloves. Marcos is still safe for now though, too well respected even if Bruno is playing better.[/quote']

Anybody started there first game rated about 70 -- 75 insider?

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Anybody started there first game rated about 70 -- 75 insider?

Did you not read the match facts? All the ratings are there...

Muriqui - Avai - 90 mins, 1 goal - 74

Bruno - Palmerias - 90 mins - 74

Werley - Atletico MG - subbed off - 75

Guto - Sport - subbed off - 75

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Corinthians ? - ? Internacional

Cruzeiro ? - ? Flamengo

Fluminense ? - ? Sao Paulo

Hi lads, I have the chance to watch any of the three games above and wanted to know what you lot think will be the best.

The only reason I might watch the Flamengo game is if Adriano is playing, which is probably doubtful, anyone know if he is likely to feature?

Also are Fluminese going to pose any threats to Sao Paulo, as in is it going to be a two sided game or will Sao Paulo take it easily?

My heart says Corininthians - Internacional after what's been written on these forums, but if they're going to field reserve players is their any point?

Thanks:D

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One more question Insider do you think Adriano can ever tke back his 92 while hes in Brazil?

No.

Hi lads' date=' I have the chance to watch any of the three games above and wanted to know what you lot think will be the best.

The only reason I might watch the Flamengo game is if Adriano is playing, which is probably doubtful, anyone know if he is likely to feature?

Also are Fluminese going to pose any threats to Sao Paulo, as in is it going to be a two sided game or will Sao Paulo take it easily?

My heart says Corininthians - Internacional after what's been written on these forums, but if they're going to field reserve players is their any point?

Thanks:D[/quote']

I'm focusing on Flamengo - Cruzeiro. I think both finish top 5 this year. I want to see how Fla adapts with Welinton at CB instead of the retired Fabio Luciano. I want to see if Everton and Bernardo get their debuts.

I think this game will be the best of the three, and it's my preferred choice. Many will say Corinthians/Inter, but i expect Mano to play a boring defensive style to try to shut down Inter and slow the game right down.

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Also are Fluminese going to pose any threats to Sao Paulo' date=' as in is it going to be a two sided game or will Sao Paulo take it easily?

My heart says Corininthians - Internacional after what's been written on these forums, but if they're going to field reserve players is their any point?

Thanks:D[/quote']

Well Fluminese scored in the 2nd minute, so my stereotype was wrong:o

The number 9 for Inter, whoever he is, I think Nilmar, just destroyed Corinthians. Superb solo effort, terrible defending.

1-0 to Inter and Fluminese.

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Well Fluminese scored in the 2nd minute' date=' so my stereotype was wrong:o

The number 9 for Inter, whoever he is, I think Nilmar, just destroyed Corinthians. Superb solo effort, terrible defending.

1-0 to Inter and Fluminese.[/quote']

Mark can't stand Nilmar, personally I think he's class. Yeh it was him btw.

Elsewhere, in the MASSIVE game between APR and Vitoria, Wallace puts the away side ahead!

Quite a lively start today.

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Update from my game: Jancarlos sent off; Fabio stops Juan on the pen.

Was spectacular from Nilmar, just saw it on my feed. I think he's too wasteful with his chances, but he has been better lately.

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Thumbs up and Thumbs down from CRUZEIRO 2 - 0 FLAMENGO

Thumbs up: FABRICIO and LEONARDO SILVA (Cruz): After going down a man, these two stepped up the marking causing trouble for Juan and Emerson. After a while, Juan started diving everywhere because he knew he couldn't beat them.

Thumbs up: WELINTON (Fla): Marked Kleber spendidly all game, frustrating the latter to take bad fouls and dive. Unfortunatly, a penalty was given on one of those dives.

Thumbs up: EVERTON SILVA (Fla): The kid has wheels. One particular play at the end of the first, Kleber beat the offside trap and was 5 metres ahead of anyone else, with the ball and about a quarter of the field free to run in alone on Bruno. 3 strides later, Everton was right next to him. Maybe the fastest player in Brazil. Filled in very well for Willians, who was subbed out in the 30th due to injury.

Thumbs down: LEO MOURA (Fla): Wasn't particularly bad, just outplayed by Everton Silva who attacked more and defended more down the same flank.

Thumbs down: EVERTON and EMERSON (Fla): They need Adriano badly. These two simply couldn't break down the Cruzeiro defense.

Thumbs up: IBSON (Fla): Man of the match. Great creativity and set up the two strikers quite a few times. Should've had 2/3 assists and a goal, which was called back.

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