Neymar Junior #10 of Brazil fights for the ball with Frickson Erazo #3 and Luis Canga #20 of Ecuador during their match at MetLife Stadium on September 9, 2014 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images/AFP
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Brazil's successful experiment of playing without a designated striker will continue this year and although coach Dunga does not rule out other approaches he has told his players to get used to the new system.The tactical change follows a World Cup in which Brazil used Fred as a designated No. 9, backed up by former City and Everton striker Jo.Dunga called up 10 players who were at the World Cup to his first squad and his revolution, if it can be called that, looks more likely to be about tactics than personnel.Dunga led Brazil in the 2010 World Cup but was fired after they were eliminated at the quarterfinal stage by the Netherlands.
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