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Q: Is it the world cup that Lionel Messi is looking forward so much?– He is in one of the best national teams in the world, if you look at them individually they are all great players."Through the ages, people have been known by their first names or their nicknames," said Alex Bellos, author of "Futebol, the Brazilian Way of Life." "They're seen as slightly charming and Brazilians are quite proud of it.You can see it from the football team." The use of first names and nicknames stems from Brazil's days as a Portuguese colony.Q: What do you expect from the Russia 2018 World Cup?
The life of a player is to live match to match, day by day and I think nobody is thinking yet about the World Cup, they are watching the Champions League, the end of the leagues that are to come, and I think players should think like this. I'm going to make music, I'm going to do my second passion. But I do not see myself as a coach, working with soccer... Sometimes they're distinguished by using second names _ look at Brazil's squad for South Africa, there's a Gilberto and a Gilberto Silva.Other times, an "inho" (meaning small) or an "ao" (meaning big) is tacked on to a name.Why one player on Brazil's 2006 team was called, simply, Fred.And why Edson Arantes do Nascimento is just some guy until you realise he's Pele.