Dinho Back in National Team Fold
Brazil manager Mano Menezes has said that Ronaldinho is probably going to be part of his future call-up to the Seleção. Mano watched AC Milan play twice over the past week, along with Real Madrid, Tottenham, and Inter Milan. The coach told the Italian press, “I think I will call Ronaldinho. I have seen him play well and he is adapting to his new role.”
Dinho had a stellar match against Chievo Verona over the weekend. His Champions League performance against Real Madrid was average, but not enough to not stand out to the Brazil boss.
Mano also stated that he is keeping a close eye on Hernanes, and that he spoke with several players over the past week, including Kaka and Marcelo. Marcelo had a strong performance against AC Milan, and is long overdue for a return to the national team.
We should be finding out in the next week when Mano will make these call-ups for the Argentina match.
Denilson had an interview with FIFA this week that is worth the read. He told FIFA regarding the Seleção that, “I hope I can get back involved, because it’s been a long time. I think I’ve already proven myself enough to get a chance.” He also added that his current club manager has said the player’s talent is “underestimated.”
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