By Robbie Blakeley, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO - Brazilian coach Dunga announced his 23 man squad for the World Cup last week along with seven reserves to be called up in case of injury, and the list has been met with a mix of derision and disbelief by the majority of Brazilians.
The focus on team composition by the seleção coach is a new approach compared to the past preference to established names witnessed under 2006 World Cup coach Carlos Alberto Parreira, but the omission of several key players has left many scratching their heads.
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