Brazil squad for U-17 World Cup Mexico 2011

June 6, 2011 at 20:33 2 comments

Much is expected of Chelsea bound Lucas Piazon

Coach Emerson Ávila has announced the 21 players that will take part in the Under-17 World Cup in Mexico between 18th June to 10 July.

Brazil are in the so-called Group of death (Group F) alongside Denmark, Australia and Ivory Coast. The South Americans start their campaign vs Denmark 20th June in Guadalajara.

Keepers: Charles (Cruzeiro), Uilson (Atlético-MG), Jacsson (Internacional)
Wingbacks: Claudio Winck (Internacional), Wallace (Fluminense), Jonathan (Grêmio), Emerson (Santos)
Centrebacks: Matheus (Grêmio), Josué (Vitória), Marquinhos (Corinthians)
Midfielders: Wellington (Vitória), Misael (Grêmio), Hernani (Atlético-PR), Marlon Bica (Internacional), Guilherme (Vasco), Bruno Sabiá (Palmeiras), Adryan (Flamengo)
Forwards: Lucas Piazon (São Paulo), Ademilson (São Paulo), Léo (Cruzeiro), Nathan (Internacional)

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