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Nadim Nassif

I don't think that Brazil died. Football changed. The game became much more technical, physical and tactical. The level of competition became much higher. In modern football, by opposition to the 60's and 70's you've got to have a complete team in terms of offense and defense in order to win a world cup. That is what Brazil realized in the 90's. In the 2 world cups it won (1994 and 2002), their defense was excellent, and, combined with talented offensive players, they could outmatch any team. In the world cups where their defense was weaker (1998 and 2006. Not 2010 where they were eliminated due to individual errors), they lost

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