Tite gave a press conference before Brazil faces Cameroon at the World Cup in Qatar
O coach Tite used a post by Gustavo Scarpa, from Palmeiras, after the dispute in the final of the Club World Cup against chelseato defend the call-up of Daniel Alves to the Brazilian Team who disputes the world Cup🇧🇷 The side will start on Friday (2) against Cameroon🇧🇷
” In life, we can’t think we’re going to please everyone. I saw an interview with Scarpa once, when it was at the Worlds. ‘People who were at my birthday cheered against me’. We represent one, not others. We are not unanimous“, Titus began.
The context of Scarpa’s speech were the posts of some acquaintances mocking Palmeiras’ defeat in the world title dispute in 2021.
The coach of the Brazilian national team took the hook to talk about Daniel Alves, the most questioned name among the 26 Brazilians called up for the Cup.
“Who we represent, we do with love. And Dani is an example of that. He has the quality he has and I really respect anyone who can get where he got. It transcends football, it’s much more than playing ball“, defended the coach, who spoke after Dani Alves at the press conference.
“Historically, in the selection, someone else had to pay the bill. Now it’s up to me. They are all holders of the best clubs in Europe, and I am not🇧🇷 If I was in barcelona, would hardly have this debate. It’s normal. But they made a mistake, they put it on the account of those who have the most arguments to pay”, he minimized.
🇧🇷It bothers me, of course, but it doesn’t affect me. I’m not a masochist, I don’t like people talking bad about me without knowing me. It’s easy for people to do that, but it’s easy for me too. Normally I don’t accept it, but I’m not exempt. I prefer to go the other way, to deliver the best to those who trust my work.”
Daniel will start against Cameroonthis Friday, at 4 pm (Brasília time), in a team practically all reserves in Brazil, already qualified for the round of 16. The probable lineup has: Ederson, Daniel Alves, Éder Militão, Bremer, Alex Telles, Fabinho, Bruno Guimarães (Fred), Rodrygo, Antony, Martinelli and Gabriel Jesus (Pedro).