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Brazil, all the way!

Friday, June 15, 2018

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Kamilah Morrison is a diehard Brazilian supporter and proudly displays the flag on her 2018 Honda City.

“For me, I have to show my support for my team! That's why I have my flag,” said Morrison, who was also wearing a Brazilian jersey and a wristband.

She believes the South American contingent can lift the coveted trophy for a sixth time.

“Brazil has what it takes to win the World Cup... they have the experience, they have the tactics, and the players. Neymar can lead the team to victory,” the senior sales executive told the Jamaica Observer's weekly Auto magazine.

Neymar is 26-year-old Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior and Brazil is resting its hopes on his shoulders.

Brazil has won the World Cup five times: 1958, 1962, 1970, 1994 and 2002; more than any other nation.

The 'Samba Kings' play their first match on Sunday against Switzerland.

“Even if they don't win the World Cup this year, we can come again the next four years as Neymar is still young,” she said.

Morrison describes herself as a courteous road user, but says she will go an extra mile for other Brazil supporters.

“When I'm in traffic, I ensure I'm extra courteous to other vehicles flying Brazilian flags. I'll give them way,” she said, chuckling.

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