Player's families are "reinforcements" of the team at this World Cup
Children have excited Brazil's environment in Russia
Neymar plays with son David Lucca in Russia Credit: Instagram / Playback / CPPeople's MailShortly after Brazil's stumble against Switzerland, the players' families served to assist in the process of recovering from an unexpected World Cup debut.Now, the relatives of the athletes have become fundamental in maintaining the good atmosphere of the national team.Since the start of the Russian Cup, the families of the players have been constant figures in Tite's practice and have given them extra motivation in the competition.The idea is to have the endorsement of the coach himself, who has his son as a member of the coaching staff.Neymar, one of the most critically demanding athletes at the start of the World Cup, has been joined by son David Lucca.Left-back Filipe Luís is also with his...
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