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Understand why Coutinho, Daniel Alves and Gabriel Jesus were excluded from the call-up |  Brazilian national team

Understand why Coutinho, Daniel Alves and Gabriel Jesus were excluded from the call-up | Brazilian national team

Recurring names in the Brazilian national team’s call-ups, right-back Daniel Alves, midfielder Philippe Coutinho and striker Gabriel Jesus were some of the most notorious absences in the league. The list issued by coach Tite Next Friday, for friendly matches against Ghana and Tunisia on September 23 and 27.

While Daniel Alves and Coutinho are hampered by physical issues that have affected their technical performance, Gabriel Jesus is in a different situation – and also less concerned for him in terms of his chances of going to the World Cup.

The fourth player often called up by Tite (23) – tied with Casemiro and behind Alisson, Marquinhos and Thiago Silva – Jesus has a great start to the season with Arsenal. In seven matches he scored three goals and provided three assists.

Gabriel Jesus and Philippe Coutinho in the Brazilian national team – Photo: Lucas Figueiredo / CBF

The moment was better than others when he was called to the selection in the past. The absence of this call-up has more to do with making way for the final tests before the World Cup in Qatar than with the player’s current performance. For these games, Tite chose Pedro, Roberto Firmino and Richarlison, who can play the same role as the Arsenal athlete.

Gabriel Jesus is in good shape and running. absolutely yes. This call served to give opportunities to others – and the coach justified the choice, at a press conference.

The situation for Daniel Alves is actually quite different. The 39-year-old winger joined Pumas, from Mexico, a month ago and has since played every minute of the team’s nine matches. However, early on, he was suffering from gastroenteritis, which made him lose weight and thus impeded his performance.

Cesar Sampaio, Tite’s assistant, and physiologist Guilherme Passos were in Mexico recently and followed the position of the side, who was present at the last three selections.

In an interview prior to the release of the Tite List, Danielle Alves downplayed the problem she had:

– Every match I run is 11km here. Modern fitness. A foot, once a foot, is always a foot — the veteran said, to Channel 3’s “3 in the zone.”

At Pumas, Danny always played as the number one midfielder, which had little effect on his chances in the national team, according to Tite.

– We know what he can do, but at the moment he is not in a position to be with us for those two matches. But, when it comes to the World Cup, he can come back, yes – physical coach Fabio Mahserdjian commented.

In the absence of Daniel Alves, Tite chose to call up only one right-back, Danilo, and called up five defenders, one more than usual – if necessary, Eder Militao should be moved to the side.

Philippe Coutinho also suffered from physical problems at the start of the European season. He played in seven matches, and in two of them, he was replaced by convulsions. The player has been reserve on three occasions and has yet to score or assist.

The Aston Villa midfielder, who is currently 30, was in recovery with hopscotch, having been present for the last four calls up to then.

Unlike Daniel Alves, Coutinho faces more competition in his field. In that call-up, Titi called up Ribeiro, who was left out of the last two lists.

Check out the list of 26 summoned

  • Alisson – Liverpool
  • Ederson – Manchester City
  • Weaverton – Palmeiras
  • Bremer – Juventus
  • Militao – Real Madrid
  • Marquinhos – Paris Saint-Germain
  • Ibanez – Rome
  • Thiago Silva – Chelsea
  • Danilo – Juventus
  • Alex Sandro – Juventus
  • Alex Telles – Seville
  • Bruno Guimarães – Newcastle
  • Casemiro – Manchester United
  • Everton Ribeiro – Flamengo
  • Fabinho – Liverpool
  • Fred – Manchester United
  • Paquita – West Ham
  • Anthony – Manchester United
  • Firmino – Liverpool
  • Matthews Cunha – Atletico Madrid
  • Neymar – Paris Saint-Germain
  • Pedro – Flamingo
  • Ravenha – Barcelona
  • Richarlison – Tottenham
  • Rodrygo – Real Madrid
  • Vinicius Junior – Real Madrid

The Brazilian team’s agenda until the end of the first stage of the Qatar Cup – Photo: Arte ge

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