A different Uruguay?

Uruguay trainingRecoba is ready – but it seems like he won’t get the start. Instead Tabarez is changing the tactics moving to an aggressive 3-4-3 with Diogo out (because he sucks), replaced by Fucile. The attacking line will be Forlan, Cristian Rodriguez and Vincente Sanchez unless they put in Recoba at the last minute. My guess is they are hoping they can score without Recoba and have him rest, but that may not be such a great idea because as I alluded to before, getting the top spot in Group A is key.

With El Chino Recoba in the lineup Venezuela stands no chance of winning the game. That I can so much as guarantee … from my comfy office chair.

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