Brazilian supremacy bothers and challenges foreigners

Brazilian supremacy bothers and challenges foreigners
Brazilian supremacy bothers and challenges foreigners
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Since 2010, Brazilian teams have won 10 editions of the continent’s most important club competition. The last time there was no Brazilian representative among the top four was in 2014.

Discomfort due to financial abyss

What generates Brazilian supremacy, in the evaluation of competitors, is the financial difference. The country’s clubs are able to hire the best players and, if the results end up being a consequence. This disparity generates complaints.

“Many players are ready to return to Argentina, for example, and end up falling in love with Brazilian football due to the economic difference,” said Tomás Montibelli, Argentine journalist for Olé and Rádio Mitre.

“In general, Brazil stands out in continental competitions due to its investment. Clubs strive for big signings and manage to put together better teams, so they are always favorites and have confirmed this”, explained Colombian journalist Richard Martínez Blanco, from Radio La Campena and Todos Juegan.

The Brazilians are the candidates for a logical reason of purchasing power, money, they can bring the best players that way. Everyone in Argentina knows that Brazil is a candidate on the economic issue Carlos Torres, journalist for Fox Sports in Argentina


The article is in Portuguese

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