Post Profile

Gabriel Jesus is the compliment to Neymar that Brazil has been searching for

Tite hasn't solved all of Brazil's problems, but he appears to have fixed the biggest one. Brazil has had a lot of problems during the Neymar era, and it would be inaccurate to reduce those problems to just one simple thing that needs solving. Their three pre-semifinal Copa America exits and World Cup thrashing at the hands of Germany suggest issues with all phases of play, as well as coaching.
read more


Related Posts

How To Master Business Decisions And Problem Solving

Business & Finance : Huffington Post: Business Blog

One of the most important skills for every entrepreneur is timely and effective decision making. In a startup, any decision is better than no decision. One of the primary roles of every founder is to solve problems, make a decision,...

Fixing the Core Problem That Has Reduced the WAC to 2 Football-Playing Members

American Football / College Sports : Bleacher Report - College Football

"We can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them." —Albert Einstein The WAC's biggest need today is a fundamental change in thinking by the leaders at the University of Idaho and New Mexico St...

Audi says fixing diesel emission problem is simple

Vehicles / Automotive Industry News : Autoblog

Audi believes a simple fix might be enough to solve the emissions problem for vehicles with the 3.0 TDI V6 in the US. Continue reading Audi says fixing diesel emission problem is simple Audi says fixing diesel emission problem is si...

Brazil vs. Bolivia: Time, Live Stream and Preview for World Cup 2018 Qualifying

Sports / Football : Bleacher Report - World Football

Brazil have embarked on a bold new era under manager Tite, who needs to repair the damage done during Dunga's reign. Fortunately, Tite can call on a plethora of talented individuals for the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Boli...

Backheel Breakfast: Neymar's suspension got reduced

Sports / Baseball : Baseball Nation

Why? Because... uhh... Brazil asked nicely? Neymar picked up a red card at the end of Brazil's Copa America match with Colombia, which usually carries a mandatory two-game suspension. That would have seen the Brazil star miss his te...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC