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Brazil to treat Japan and England friendlies like World Cup fixtures

SoccerNews.com Thursday, 9 November 2017 ()
Brazil coach Tite has warned his players not to take friendlies against Japan and England lightly as they step up their preparations for next year’s World Cup. Having qualified in impressive fashion, topping the CONMEBOL section by 10 points with just one loss in 18 group games, Brazil are seen as one of the favourites for […]
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