Opinion, by Robbie Blakeley
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - May 7th is the scheduled day for Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari to name his 23-man squad for the upcoming FIFA World Cup. Following the Confederations Cup success, twelve wins in their last thirteen outings and 39 goals netted in those games, the gamble of appointing the 2002 World Cup winner is paying off.
Triumph has also bred familiarity. Barring injury, Felipão's first-team is a virtual given after such an excellent run of form for the Brazilian national side.
On June 12th, when the Seleçao