In the build up to Arsenal’s Champions League second round game with Barcelona, Arsene Wenger spoke of the importance of his team avoiding the concession of an away goal, calling it a “knife to the heart”. In the end he saw his team slashed twice by the imperious Lionel Messi who put the Catalans in 

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Being a part of the most lethal attacking trio in European football must be thrilling. At the age of 23, Neymar is lining up alongside Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez for Barcelona every week and is thriving on his opportunity. Well into his second season at the Catalan giants, the Brazilian has settled and at 

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It would be fair to say that Neymar’s first season at Barcelona has not been spectacular. Following his huge transfer from Santos last summer much was expected from the wonderfully talented 22 year old. Having impressed so much at last summer’s Confederations Cup, the thought of the young Brazilian playing alongside Lionel Messi perhaps heightened 

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Over the years, many star Brazilians have lit up the World Cup. From Garrincha to Pele, Jairzinho to Socrates, Ronaldo to Ronaldinho and many, many more. The greatest international tournament has long been the stage for many boys from Brazil to shine. In recent years, there appears to have been a decline in Brazilian superstars, 

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