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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Luiz Felipe Scolari
Playing at home, Brazil will be attracting more attention than usual at the World Cup.
Forget about the pressure and responsibility of having to win the World Cup at home. To Luiz Felipe Scolari, coaching Brazil in Brazil is the perfect job.
On the field, Brazil is ready for the World Cup.
Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari seems pretty pleased with himself, and his coaching acumen.
A hat trick from Neymar helped Brazil to a 5-0 rout of South Africa on Wednesday in the World Cup host's final friendly before announcing its squad for the tournament.
Striker Fred has been added to Brazil's squad for its last friendly before the World Cup team is announced, and Ronaldinho remains unwanted.
Forward Fred has been added to Brazil's roster for next week's exhibition game at South Africa while omitting former star Ronaldinho.
Coach Luiz Felipe Scolari is optimistic about Brazil's chances to win the World Cup title at home.
Manchester City midfielder Fernandinho was the surprise pick in a provisional Brazil squad for its final friendly next month before the World Cup squad is announced.
Luiz Felipe Scolari is confident of Brazil's chances at the 2014 World Cup, guaranteeing the team will win the tournament at home.
The Confederations Cup has the final nearly everyone wanted: a long-awaited matchup between world champion Spain and host Brazil.
The strikers are two of the tournament's biggest stars and have played up to expectations so far, scoring two goals each in the first two matches.
Luiz Felipe Scolari is back in charge of Brazil's national soccer team, and he said Thursday he knows that anything but a sixth World Cup title at the 2014 tournament will be considered a failure.
Already a World Cup-winning coach, Scolari said he was not nearly as confident before the 2002 tournament, when Brazil won its fifth title.
"I wouldn't accept to coach Brazil if I didn't think I could win the World Cup," Scolari said. "I took the job because I'm 100 percent sure that I will win the World Cup with Brazil."