Brazil London Olympic squad get Cardiff start

April 23, 2012 at 18:10 Leave a comment

Brazil stars Neymar and Lucas Moura

Menezes cuts squad down to 35 

Brazil are one of the seeded teams for this year’s London Olympics and will kick of their campaign on 26th July in Cardiff. Mano Menezes’ team are in Group C and will then play at Manchester United’s Old Trafford 29th and two days later at Newcastle’s St James Park.
Brazil currently have a pre-Olympic squad of 52 names. This will be whittled down to 35 on June 8th and then the final squad will be announced July 6th.


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