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The divine intervention may just end up doing Mineiro a whole pile of favours.Giants Flamengo stole the Rio crown from perennial bridesmaids Vasco Da Gama with an injury-time clincher at an eardrum-bursting Maracanã.Arguably, his best performance of 2014 came in national team colours against South Africa when a hat-trick brought his international record to 30 goals in 47 appearances.Much like Louis Van Gaal insisted Robin Van Persie will be a different player in Dutch oranje come June, Brazil is adamant it will bring out Neymar’s best.Negative responses are met with the most stoic, stubborn defences.Equally, if you want to talk about Neymar, you’re more than welcome, so long as you talk positively about him. Since the furore over his transfer fee erupted in January, Neymar Jr has looked a little too junior.Turn on the TV and there’s a good chance he’ll be looking back at you.Open a newspaper and there he is too, his head popping out of the corner of every second advertisement, including, no word of a lie, one for roofing supplies, which to be fair looks as though it was done in his earlier days.
Striker Ermel is a new name out, though, after he got injured during the week.
That’s because rather than running through training drills with Ronaldinho, Anelka’s in, well, Kuwait actually attending a government-organised religious event.
Not a bad excuse in the scheme of things it must be said.
One observer, who did admit concerns over the playmaker’s form in a World Cup year, insisted things will right themselves when he returns home, saying ‘Barcelona play for Messi, Brazil play for Neymar’.
We’re not one for telling you we told you so here at the Blog From Brazil... Last week we wondered why Atletico Mineiro were even considering bringing Nicolas Anelka aboard, a signing that would send out all the wrong signals about the Brazilian club game.
But rather than be accused of giving out dud advice by frigid fans who’ve brought nothing but the Havaianas and a mankini, we feel we should point out that June and July will be winter in Brazil.