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I should be in the Confederations Cup Tahiti?

I should be in the Confederations Cup Tahiti?
I should be in the Confederations Cup Tahiti?

Tahiti as expected has been defeated by 6-1 on his Confederations Cup debut with Nigeria. The African champions have taken advantage of a weak selection, weak as few and that at times has made a fool of himself. Garrafaal errors of the defenders, of goalkeepers and incomprehensible failures for a high-level footballer open a question to debate: Should FIFA accept that selections such as Tahiti are in competitions of this caliber??

evidently, FIFA is in favor of expanding football to the highest corners of the planet and that seems a commendable effort. But the problem is is it worth it? Because with teams like this there is no competitiveness, the emotion suffers and even the championship loses prestige. Of course, it's not Tahiti's fault, a small oceanic island of barely 178.000 inhabitants more dedicated to receiving tourists than to playing soccer, despite being a power in the area.

He barely has a professional Tahiti and he will hardly be able to score another goal in the competition. Your role will be testimonial, but they will surely go down in memory as El Salvador did in his day, Togo and many others that for a few days made the front pages of the newspapers. Because at least they convey joy, that one that seems not to have left a world as far away as the oceanic, and because they make us sympathetic.

But nevertheless, in the background, there is another question: FIFA should create world divisions. When a competition is played it is to compete not to walk. Soccer like everything in life is fight, delivery, and the truth is that Tahiti gives little. But as we say, it's not their fault.

Julio Muñoz

Julio Muñoz

Journalist, specialist in international football and retro. I write in Colgadosporelfutbol.com and you can follow me at @ juliomv1982

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