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World Cup Gameday in Brazil: More Than a Matchi
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Ramon Taylor
June 19, 2014 2:41 PM
Brazil, some say, is where the soul of football lives. The passion of its loyal fan base is especially evident now during the World Cup. VOA's Ramon Taylor takes us to one Brazilian family's home in São Paulo to watch the game.

World Cup Gameday in Brazil: More Than a Match

Ramon Taylor

Published June 19, 2014

Brazil, some say, is where the soul of football lives. The passion of its loyal fan base is especially evident now during the World Cup. VOA's Ramon Taylor takes us to one Brazilian family's home in São Paulo to watch the game.


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