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1. "In '82 Brazil showed that you can't win the World Cup without a solid defense."
Author: Alan Hansen
2. "I played against the Brazilians in '82, who were definitely the best team never to have won the World Cup."
Author: Alan Hansen
3. "ELOS INSTITUTE, BRAZIL FROM POWER TO PLAY On the warrior's path, it is up to you to discern which threads have been woven by divine hands and which have been woven by human hands. When you begin to discern the difference, you become a Txucarramãe—a warrior without weapons. … When you discover what you have been doing with your life and how it is you dance through the world, little by little you let go of your weapons, those creations made to kill creations. Suddenly, you discover that when we stop creating enemies, we extinguish the need for weapons. —Kaká Werá Jecupé Indigenous teacher in Brazil"
Author: Margaret J. Wheatley
4. "Now, you'll have to answer my questions.""Oh, very well," Set said. "I like Brazil for the World Cup. I'd advise investing in platinum and small-cap funds. And your lucky numbers this week are 2, 13--""Not those questions!" Menshikov snapped."
Author: Rick Riordan
5. "Brazil goes into every World Cup expecting to win - so when it is in Brazil it is expected even more. You can't understand what the World Cup means to our country."
Author: Ronaldinho
6. "Brazil go into every World Cup expecting to win - so when it is in Brazil, it is expected even more. You can't understand what the World Cup means to our country. Not just the fans and players, but everybody in Brazil lets us know that they expect it. Our president, people in politics, all tell us to come back with the World Cup."
Author: Ronaldinho

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