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Olá Valeria, como está hoje? ;)

I've been following your work for a long time now, and it had never occurred to me that you could possibly have even the slightest interest in Calcio - even though I'm well aware that you're Italian. How could I not see that?

My best wishes to you and the azzurri on this Copa do Mundo. As a brazilian myself, I know how much it means for fans like us.

Saudações,

@PHLemos

@Stephen - I've seen my fair share of cheating in all sorts of situations. And I'm not talking soccer games. I think we're on the same page there.

@Anne - such a hard game. If you ever played in a regular field, you know the physical conditioning you need to have just to stay in the game.

Hmmm .. the drama of football. Guess like business, have to keep moving forward .. no matter what has occurred before! Persistence and resilience are key! :)

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