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Luiz Felipe Scolari's Brazil will struggle to make a lasting impact at this year's World Cup, never mind erase the pain of 1950 .Perhaps placed under the greatest strain will be Scolari himself.Despite enjoying folklore status in his home country after guiding Brazil to the 2002 World Cup, Scolari has made some questionable choices in the past 12 months. Among other glaring absentees in Scolari's 23-man squad are Costa's Atletico teammates Filipe Luis and Joao Miranda.
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