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Match Summary
Brazil Squad
England Squad
Team Records
   
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The Seleção Squad for the matches against England and Oman  November 2009
Player Birthdate Age Pos Club App G
Alex
 
Meschini, Alex Raphael
25 March 1982 27 M FC Spartak Moscow, Russia 4 0
Carlos Eduardo
 
Marques, Carlos Eduardo
18 July 1987 22 M TSG 1899 Hoffenheim eV, Germany 0 0
Cris
 
Gomes, Cristiano Marques
3 June 1977 32 D Olympique Lyonnais, France 22 1

Cris was called into the squad as a late replacement.

Daniel Alves
 
da Silva, Daniel Alves
6 May 1983 26 D FC Barcelona, Spain 31 3
Doni
 
Marangon, Doniéber Alexander
22 October 1979 30 G AS Roma SpA, Italy 10 0
Elano
 Blumer, Elano
14 June 1981 28 M Galatasaray SK, Turkey 47 6
Fábio Aurélio
 Aurélio, Rodrigues Fábio
24 September 1979 30 D Liverpool FC, England 13 1
Fábio Simplício
 
Simplicio, Fábio Henrique
23 September 1979 30 M US Cittá di Palermo, Italy 0 0

Fábio Simplício was called into the squad on 9 November.

Felipe Melo
 de Carvalho, Felipe Melo
26 June 1983 26 M Juventus FC, Italy 13 2
Gilberto Silva
 da Silva, Gilberto Aparecido
7 October 1976 33 M Panathinaikos AO, Greece 88 4
Hulk
 de Souza, Givanildo Vieira
25 July 1986 23 F FC Porto, Portugal 0 0
Josué
 de Oliveira, Josué Anunciato
19 July 1979 30 M VfL Wolfsburg-Fußball GmbH, Germany 27 2
Juan
 dos Santos, Juan Silveira
1 February 1979 30 D AS Roma SpA, Italy 74 7

Injury and club commitments forced Juan's withdrawal from the squad.

Júlio Baptista
 Baptista, Julio César
1 October 1981 28 M AS Roma SpA, Italy 50 12
Júlio César
 
Espíndola, Júlio César Soares
3 September 1979 30 G FC Internazionale Milano SpA, Italy 44 0
Kaká
 Leite, Ricardo Izecson Santos
22 April 1982 27 M Real Madrid CF, Spain 82 32
Lucas
 Leiva, Lucas Pezzini
9 January 1987 22 M Liverpool FC, England 12 0
Lúcio
 da Silva, Lucimar Ferreira
8 May 1978 31 D FC Internazionale Milano SpA, Italy 90 5
Luís Fabiano
 Clemente, Luis Fabiano
11 August 1980 29 F Sevilla FC SAD, Spain 35 25
Luisão
 da Silva, Ânderson Luís
13 February 1981 28 D Sport Lisboa e Benfica, Portugal 47 3

Appendicitis forced withdrawal of Luisão from the squad.

Maicon
 
Sisenando, Maicon Douglas
26 July 1981 28 D FC Internazionale Milano SpA, Italy 66 6
Michel Bastos
 
Bastos, Michel Fernandes
2 August 1983 26 D Olympique Lyonnais, France 0 0
Naldo
 
Rodrigues, Ronaldo Aparecido
9 October 1982 27 D SV Werder Bremen von 1899 eV, Germany 3 0
Nilmar
 da Silva Nilmar, Honorato
17 July 1984 25 F Villarreal CF SAD, Spain 15 6
Ramires
 do Nascimento, Ramire Santos
24 March 1987 22 M Sport Lisboa e Benfica, Portugal 16 0

Ramires withdrew from the squad due to injury.

Robinho
 de Souza, Robson
25 January 1984 25 F Manchester City FC, England 83 27

Robinho finally withdrew from the squad on 13 November, due to a persistent ankle injury.

Thiego Silva
 da Silva, Thiego Emiliano
22 September 1984 25 D AC Milan FC, Italy 8 0

Thiego Silva was called into the squad as a late replacement.

Squad details correct up to and including Brazil's match against Venezuela on 14 October 2009.
All tallies taken from Sambafoot.com

Diary

Wednesday, 28 October 2009 - Dunga announced his squad to face England & Oman next month. The Brazil squad which will face England in Qatar next month has been named, with the Three Lions set to go head-to-head with several of their star names during the friendly game in Doha.  Brazil Head Coach Dunga has named a 24-man party for the game at the Khalifa International Stadium and it includes most of the recognisable Brazilian names you would expect, as well as a number of Brazil's English-based players.  The likes of Manchester City's Robinho and Liverpool duo Fábio Aurélio and Lucas are all included in the squad, whilst players such as Real Madrid's Kaká and Barcelona's Daniel Alves are named as Dunga picks a squad which are all based with European clubs.

Monday, 9 November 2009 - Palermo's Fabio Simplicio receives a shock call up into the squad.  He is yet to be capped by the Brazilian national team.

Tuesday, 10 November 2009 - Italian side Roma are refusing to release goalkeeper Doni and defender Juan for Brazil's friendlies against England and Oman in the Middle East.  "Doni and Juan will stay in Rome to have treatment, given that Brazil are only playing two friendlies and the regulations allow it," Roma's sporting human resources manager Gianpaolo Montali was quoted as saying by Monday's La Gazzetta dello Sport.  "We have sent an urgent fax to the Brazilian Football Federation with all the necessary documentation. If the national team doctors want to verify the condition of their players, they can come to Rome and do it." 

Wednesday, 11 November 2009 - Luisao has undergone appendix surgery and will miss the Selecao's international friendlies against England in Doha on Saturday and Oman in Muscat three days later.  The player had an emergency operation late on Tuesday, Benfica said in a statement on their official website, adding that the surgery was successful and Luisao would leave the hospital in the next 72 hours.

Friday, 13 November 2009 - Thiago Silva, Cris and Fábio Simplício have been called into the squad.  Juan and Ramires are all injured, while Julio Baptista is unlikely to play.  Doni has confirmed that he is fit to start for Brazil in goal, despite the concerns of his club, Roma.

Robinho will not play in Doha as he continues his recovery following an ankle injury. The Manchester City star had joined up with his country yesterday despite having not fully recovered from a stress fracture of his ankle suffered while on international duty earlier this season.  However, he has not given up hope of being available to face Oman in another international friendly on Tuesday.

Fabio Aurelio has pulled out of the Brazil squad.  The full-back was initially tipped to make his international debut.  However, the injury-prone defender has suffered a knock in the build up to the game and has pulled out of the squad in what will be a further concern to under-pressure Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez.

Brazil Form: last six games
W W W W L D   f 13:a success: 75%
900 28 June 2009 - United States 2 Brazil 3 [2-0]
Ellis Park, Johannesburg, South Africa
Dempsey, Donovan
Luis Fabiano (2), Lúcio
Con AW
901 12 August 2009 - Estonia 0 Brazil 1 [0-1]
A. Le Coq Arena, Lilleküla, Tallinn
Luis Fabiano Fr AW
902 5 September 2009 - Argentina 1 Brazil 3 [0-2]
Estádio Gigante de Arroyito, Rosario
Datolo
Luisão, Luis Fabiano (2)
WCP AW
903 9 September 2009 - Chile 2 Brazil 4 [0-2]
Estádio de Pituaçu, Salvador
Suazo (2)
Nilmar (3), Júlio Baptista
AW
904 11 October 2009 - Bolivia 2 Brazil 1 [2-0]
Stade Hernando Siles, La Paz
Olivares, Martins
Nilmar
AL
905 14 October 2009 - Brazil 0 Venezuela 0 [0-0]
Estádio Pedro Pedrossian, Campo Grande
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