Manchester City man Robinho to miss Chile tie

September 7, 2009 at 14:36 Leave a comment

Robinho discovers trees a crowd

Robinho discovers trees a crowd

A muscle problem will keep Robinho out of Brazil’s World Cup qualifier against Chile in Salvador on Wednesday. The player underwent an MRI scan and squad doctor, José Luiz Runco, decided to err on the side of caution.

With Lúcio, Ramires, Kaká and Luis Fabiano all suspended, Dunga may call up a replacement striker – possibly Palmeiras’ Vagner Love or Atlético Mineiro’s Diego Tardelli.

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