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Brief Interviews with the soccer gods: Goddess of small midfielders

I met Gabrielly Souza Barbosa, the goddess of small midfielders, at her parents house by the edge of the world. It was the only home that she had ever known, and she even still slept in her childhood bedroom. The world had changed, the climate, mankind and the game of soccer had changed, technology had come and optimized the sport, the technology of machines and of people: everyone has a diet plan, all the players are fast and strong, and you can’t succeed without being so.
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