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has claimed treat legendary striker like ‘he’s just a fat man walking down the street.’
Kaka was speaking to BeIN Sports when he criticised many Brazilians for not supporting their national team.
He believes current stars, such as Neymar, don’t get the respect they deserve.
It led to him bizarrely suggesting Ronaldo was ‘a fat man walking down the street’ but he meant it in the nicest possible way.
“It’s strange to say this, but many Brazilians don’t support Brazil,”. “It happens sometimes. If you see Ronaldo walking around here, you’ll be like “wow”, he has something different here. In Brazil, he’s just a fat man walking down the street.
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“Right now, many people in Brazil are talking about Neymar, but in a negative way. Maybe, maybe it’s because of politics, but we Brazilians sometimes don’t recognize our talents.”
Presenter Richard Keys couldn’t quite believe what Kaka was saying.
“Wait a minute… Doesn’t Ronaldo have the same appreciation from Brazilians as he does from us?” Keys asked.
“Of course, many Brazilians love Ronaldo, I love Ronaldo, but the way he is respected in Brazil and abroad is different, I see more respect for him outside the country than there,” Kaka replied.
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Tite’s side are currently favourites for the tournament and will be looking to be the first side into the final four if they get past Croatia on Friday afternoon.
The way they’ve played so far in the competition, you’d be a very brave person to bet against them.
Were Brazil disrespectful for dancing?
While Brazil have been making headline for their brilliant football during the World Cup, they also made headlines for their celebrations during the 4-1 victory over South Korea. inthe last-16.
Manager Tite joined in on the dancing after another Brazil goal – something he’s been criticised for.
However, he insists he won’t apologise.
“It is a connection I have with the younger generation – they could be my grandchildren,”
“If I have to dance to be connected with them I will continue to dance.
“I’m not going to apologise when it’s our culture to dance and have fun. I will not make comments on those who do not know Brazil history and culture like we do.
“I want my connection to be to the people who I relate to, who know how much I respect our history, they are the ones who I give my heart to.
“There might be lots of kids who dance because that is what Brazilian culture is when a goal is scored. That’s not being disrespectful to anyone else – that’s what we do, that’s us.
“We will continue to do things in our manner.”
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