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Melanicus

Ramires would return to Brazil right away if he could

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Who can blame him? He wants to go home and play for his first team now that finances are good. Lots of footballers would remain in their own country if they didn't have to leave for better wages. Fair play.

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This is a huge shock. So much so that I believe this may be a translation error. Here's the original interview in Portugese.

Original Interview

If you're fluent in Portuguese, let me know if the translation in the title is right.

Thats what he said, he told his wife that regardless of his good form here he would return to Brazil If he receives a good offer.

Thats not a huge shock, because he knows he wont receive that good offer, few brazilians players would say otherwise. It was only a way to say he respects brazilian league, and there wont be any problem playing here again.

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A national publication interviewing a current first team player at the top of his game during a time when Brazilian football is on an upswing with the World Cup being hosted for the very first time . It's not too surprising that Ramires spoke about/said things every Brazilian wants to hear .

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A national publication interviewing a current first team player at the top of his game during a time when Brazilian football is on an upswing with the World Cup being hosted for the very first time . It's not too surprising that Ramires spoke about/said things every Brazilian wants to hear .

Nah.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1950_FIFA_World_Cup

Brazil choked in the final and its media scapegoated its black players, mainly goalkeeper Barbosa, for the lost.

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You reckon Bosnia will beat you when we play in two weeks ? :D

CBF's team is going to play against Bosnia?

This team is a disgrace, its home is Emirates Stadium.

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Ramires is in Europe now, he shouldn't want to go back to a third world crime ridden shit hole like Brazil where your family can be abducted at any time :) . Brazilian football is also a very poor brand of football too, he's just being nice to his people in Brazil.

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