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Extractions: Rio de Janeiro soccer team Fluminense cancelled the contract with striker Romario after a prolonged internal crisis, club president David Fischel said on Thursday. "It was a tough decision and sad in a way," said Fischel, the principal support of the player, renown for his continuous confrontations with coaches in different teams he has played in. Romario and Fluminense coach Alezandre Gama staged clashes thatled to a crisis in the club. The striker, characterized by his lack of discipline, had an early end in his European career, and as soon as he was back in Brazil , he tended to demand special treatment, which included not taking part in collective training sessions, and traveling separatedly from the rest of the team. As long as he kept his conditions of top striker such excentricities were permitted, but now he is 38, his quota of goals has been markedly diminished, thus ending with the patience of his employers.
Extractions: Romario has scored 915 goals (up to 04/20/05) in a career which started in 1985 and has lasted 20 years. He has been the topscorer and champion at almost every club he has played for, but he is after another victory - one on the sand to make up for more than 50 years of heartbreak over a defeat which still evokes disbelief among the inhabitants of South America's largest land. "The last FIFA World Cup to be staged in Brazil took place in 1950, and Uruguay put on the party," Romario tells FIFA.com. "Now the time has come for Brazilians to celebrate. My generation only hears of what happened, but it upsets us and we can imagine how hard that defeat was. Now it's time for us to set the record straight, and I'm very excited to be in this group and help write this story.
Extractions: When the ball starts rolling for the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup Rio de Janeiro 2005, hosts Brazil will be the centre of attention. Having won nine of the 10 World Championships held so far, they are bound to start as favourites. Romario has scored 915 goals (up to 04/20/05) in a career which started in 1985 and has lasted 20 years. He has been the topscorer and champion at almost every club he has played for, but he is after another victory - one on the sand to make up for more than 50 years of heartbreak over a defeat which still evokes disbelief among the inhabitants of South America's largest land. "The last FIFA World Cup to be staged in Brazil took place in 1950, and Uruguay put on the party," Romario tells FIFA.com. "Now the time has come for Brazilians to celebrate. My generation only hears of what happened, but it upsets us and we can imagine how hard that defeat was. Now it's time for us to set the record straight, and I'm very excited to be in this group and help write this story. "Many people have claimed to be 'King of Rio', and I don't want that crown. I'd rather say I'm the face of Rio. Although many think I'm a player who was brought up on improvised football pitches, the beach was always a part of my career as I played soccer and foot-volley. I feel at home there," the great striker adds.
Extractions: GOLD COAST, Australia Brazil's Olympic soccer squad got down to training on Wednesday determined to put a selection controversy behind them and concentrate on securing the only major title they have never won. While the Brazilian team attracted crowds of several thousand to each training session at the 1998 World Cup, the Olympic squad's first workout at Carrara's Gold Coast stadium was watched by a handful of fans and around 50 Brazilian journalists. The stadium, formerly home to Australian Rules team the Brisbane Bears, is now used predominantly for baseball but provided a lush surface for the South Americans to work on. Wanderley Luxemburgo, coach of both senior and Olympic teams, has been under fire at home for his decision not to select any overage players for the squad. The rules allow for three. Central to the controversy is 35-year-old veteran striker Romario, who pleaded unsuccessfully with Luxemburgo to include him. Luxemburgo will join the Olympic squad next week.
Veteran Striker Romario Is Still Hoping Veteran striker romario is still hoping that Brazil coach Luiz Scolari willinclude him. soccer video clips Free soccer wallpapers. World Cup 2002 http://www.worldcupjapankorea.com/soccernews/Romario_certain_to_play_at_World_Cu
Extractions: Free Soccer games Football manager 2005 hints and tips CM4 cheats, tips and players Championship manager 4 Free Slime games ... Soccer drills Famous soccer players Cristiano Ronaldo David Beckham Ronaldo History World cup History World cup Stats World cup mascots Media World cup 2002 gallery Cartoon soccer pictures Soccer video clips Free Soccer wallpapers World Cup 2002 World Cup News World Cup Results World Cup Team profiles World Cup 2002 stats Veteran striker Romario is still hoping that Brazil coach Luiz Scolari will include him for in the squad for the World Cup in Korea and Japan. 'I would love to be at the World Cup because it would mark my farewell from major competitions,' the 36-year-old former World Cup winner told Spanish sports daily Marca on Friday. 'I am doing my bit by fighting to stay fit and scoring goals, but everything will depend on the decision of the coach. We will have to wait and see what happens, but I am really motivated.' So far Scolari has resisted calls for from the Brazilian media and fans to bring back the Vasco da Gama striker whose goals helped clinch the World Cup in 1994. His last game for Brazil was against Uruguay in July and although he only played in four of the 18 qualifiers, he was Brazil's joint top scorer with eight goals.