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The Japanese word Nanba is thought to have been originally written with the Chinese characters 難場, meaning difficult place, suggesting that Nanba movement was designed to get you out of trouble or to do a physical task more easily.
Call it resonance, call it awareness, but the Samurai knew how to walk with a sense of presence. Call it fun: a Brazilian player also knows how to dance samba.
Some athletes have a natural Namba style, such as Pelé, in football, Michael Jordan in basketball, or Ichiro in baseball.
The method of the great Brazilian champions:
We play with joy, respecting the team building and the opponents.
And we always get the best possible results.
The focus is sports, not on a victory at any cost. We play "bonito" is football and in life .
Our players and coaches aren't just members of a team, they are members of our community.
“A great player is born of his moral strength that
is held in his physical balance and applied in all aspects of life.”
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Check out this great video of the best Brazilian team that never won a World Cup. Would you like to see your children be part of this kind of squad?
How many times can you try before you score?
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We look forward to seeing you at our pitch! Namba greetings!!!