Brazil x Egypt: probable starting line-up 14 November 2011 – Lucas Leiva & David Luiz to start

November 13, 2011 at 14:40 2 comments

Mano Menezes has a final word before Brazil's clash with Egypt

Brazil squad in full here

Mano Menezes has named the side that should start in the friendly against Egypt on Monday. The coach has made changes from the team that beat Gabon 2-0 last week. Daniel Alves returns from suspension and replaces Manchester United’s Rafael. Liverpool’s Lucas Leiva comes in for Tottenham’s Sandro Ranieri. Luisão drops to the bench in favour of Thiago Silva.  Fernandinho takes Elias’ place in midfield.Barcelona left-back, Adriano, picked up a muscle injury and is out. Porto’s Alex Sandro steps in.
Brazil (probable): Diego Alves, Daniel Alves, Thiago Silva, David Luiz, Alex Sandro, Lucas Leiva, Fernandinho, Hernanes, Bruno César, Hulk, Jonas
Coach: Mano Menezes
Egypt (possible): Essam Al-Hadari, Wael Gomaa, Ahmed Said Oka, Mahmoud Fathallah, Mahmoud Fathallah, Mohamed Abdel-Shafi, Ibrahim Salah, Ahmed Fathi, Ahmed Hassan e Hosni Abd Rabbo,  Mohamed Zidan
Coach: Bob Bradley
Date: 14 November 2011
Kickoff: 1500 (Brasília), 1700 (London)
Venue: Al Rayyan stadium, Doha, Qatar

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  • 1. Real  |  December 1, 2011 at 05:49

    I have been watching a lot of Brazilian soccer especially in 2011 and the best rightback in brazil right now is Bruno of fregueirense he wears the #2 jersey and I would say he is as good as dani Alves right now and I am looking at him both defensively and going forward.but I haven’t seen my favorite central midfielder in renan oliveira who played for brazil at the south American u20 tournament in 2009 that’s the closest player I have seen to compare zidane he has amazing close control and a first touch under pressure what do you think.

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  • 2. SoccerStop.com  |  December 26, 2011 at 11:41

    I am writing this a bit after the fact, but I still feel the same way about this. I want Ronaldinho to start playing for Brazil again! Come on ‘Dinho…start playing better haha!

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