World Cup 2010: Brazil Goalkeeper Julio Cesar Unhappy With Jabulani Match Ball

Julio Cesar is the latest player to complain...
Adidas' World Cup football 'Jabulani', which means happy or rejoice in Zulu, has left the Brazil footballers anything but content as Julio Cesar complains.

The Inter and Selecao goalkeeper is not pleased with the ball's performance after testing it in Brazil's South Africa training camp ahead of the tournament next month.

He told the press: "The football is horrible. It seems like one of those you buy in the supermarket."

It's not the first time the 'Jabulani' ball has come under scrutiny, with reports last week claiming the England national team players were not impressed when they tested it at their Austrian training camp.
Brazil have had ball issues during past tournaments too. In 2002, Brazil striker Edilson, who won the World Cup in Japan and Korea, complained about the Fevernova ball used in that tournament.

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