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Inexperiência

Afinal, tudo não passou de mais um boato. A equipa norte-coreana cancelou a conferência de imprensa, mas abriu o treino aos jornalistas internacionais durante 15 minutos.

Parece que os norte-coreanos se enganaram a preencher a ficha de inscrição dos jogadores, antes do jogo com o Brasil. É que no campeonato asiático, as equipas só podem inscrever 18 jogadores por partida. A Coreia do Norte participa neste mundial pela segunda vez e, por isso, a inexperiência terá falado mais alto.

Terá. Um modo verbal vacilante para um tema volúvel.

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Quatro jogadores norte-coreanos estão “oficialmente ausentes” do mundial de futebol, desde o dia do jogo da Coreia do Norte com o Brasil.

Claro que a situação já está a levantar as vuvuzelas da desconfiança…fala-se em deserção e coisas que tais.

Mais logo, a equipa do “Querido Líder” promete esclarecer tudo em conferência de imprensa.

Já agora, a propósito do jogo com o Brasil, esta foi a notícia publicada pela KCNA (agência de notícias do regime):

Pyongyang, June 17 (KCNA) — After watching the Korean team’s first match with Brazil in Group G of the World Cup finals held early Wednesday morning (Pyongyang time), Pyongyang citizens are expecting that the national team will score good results in the tournament.

The match was telecasted Wednesday evening in Korea.

Feeling sorry about their team’s loss in the match, viewers have become convinced that it would win the remaining matches.

Pak Tu Ik, 74, who played a big role in defeating the Italian team in the 8th World Cup finals in 1966, told KCNA that he was happy to see the Korean team making a good job in the match with a powerhouse.

He went on:

At around the 88th minute of the match Ji Yun Nam kicked a nice goal after taking a pass from Jong Tae Se.

I hope that our team will produce a new myth of Songun Korea in the tournament to live up to the expectation of the Korean people.

Kim Yong Gyu, 45, a researcher of the Academy of Sports Science, said the strong mental power displayed by the Korean footballers in the first match with Brazil, which won the World Cup five times, betokens good results of the Korean team in other matches.

Han Song Chol, 23, a student of Korea University of Physical Education, said he was impressed by the Korean team playing the match with confidence and expressed his belief that it would beat Portugal and Cote d’Ivoire and enter the knock-out stage.

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