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and I was sure that too will pay off, It is open to interpretation and it is for the court to ultimately decide. 2013 12:55 am Related News We need to break the silo culture in higher education Higher education in India looks like a kaleidoscope of degrees, we have withdrawn our strike, City, Scorecard: England vs Australia As it happened. 2300 hrs IST: STUMPS The umpires have called it a day with Australia on 287/3 Bad light has forced an early close Steve Smith is unbeaten on 78 while Adam Voges is unbeaten on 47 2245 hrs IST: Steve Smith and Adam Voges have steadied the Australian innings 2220 hrs IST: So play resumes at The Oval 2207 hrs IST: And just in case you thought everybody forgot to sledge…… Looks like Mitchell Marsh is in the dressing room fully padded up and with his helmet on Nice to see he is an optimist #Ashes2015 — England’s Barmy Army (@TheBarmyArmy) August 20 2015 2203 hrs IST: Rain seems to have subsided covers are taken off by ground officials Steve Smith 3000 Test runs at 26y-79d Only Don Bradman 24y-180d and Neil Harvey 26y-75d were younger for Australia #Ashes #Ashes2015 — Mohandas Menon (@mohanstatsman) August 20 2015 2155 hrs IST: Bad news covers are rushed inside the ground rain has stopped play here Australia 255/3 2045 hrs IST: Australia are 250 up and with Steve Smith playing at 70 the question everybody is asking: is there a repeat of Lord’s on the cards 2059 hrs IST: Australia are 200 up and still more than an hour’s game play left They are bound to dominate from here 2043 hrs IST: Umpire S Ravi makes his presence felt during that DRS The world is hearing an Indian umpire on DRS 🙂 #Ashes — Gaurav Kalra (@gauravkalra75) August 20 2015 2039 hrs IST: Michael Clarke departs after Stokes gets a faint edge off his bat Clarke reviewed it but to no avail He has to go 2012 hrs IST: That’s Tea Australia still very much on top with the score of 184/2 England will be happy they got two big wickets 1948 hrs IST:FOUR Down the ground comes Clarke fearless tactics by the skipper A lovely touch a moment ago when @englandcricket gave @MClarke23 a guard of honour in his final Test #Ashes pictwittercom/ZJx8FbrbWk — Lord’s Ground (@HomeOfCricket) August 20 2015 1939 hrs IST: Use of feet straightaway by Michael Clarke Moeen Ali flighted that on the off stump maybe he needs to rethink @tomkingham just pointed out that Rogers just made 43 at a strike rate of 43 for a Test career average of (virtually) 43 #Ashes2015 — Melinda Farrell (@melindafarrell) August 20 2015 1938 hrs: Warner pauses claps seems to have whispered something in the skipper’s ears remember last Test of Michael Clarke’s career Wishing @MClarke23 all the best in his final Test match We’re all behind you #Ashes — Melbourne Stars (@StarsBBL) August 20 2015 1937 hrs IST: Breakthrough England get another one David Warner was poised to get that century but just threw it away 1929 hrs IST: Australia go past 150 mark 1917 hrs IST: David Warner slowly and steadily closing in on his century he is at 78 in 135 balls 1842 hrs IST: Yes A wicket finally a wicket Chris Rogers departs Mark Wood with the scalp England will take it They badly needed a breakthrough Warner-Rogers now have nine 100-run partnerships at the top of the order Equal with Lawry-Simpson #Ashes #OddCouple pictwittercom/CFvsYjUvrn — cricketcomau (@CricketAus) August 20 2015 1831 hrs IST: Too early to draw opinion but Australia opening pair have made England pay and looking rock solid Alastair Cook pondering what might have gone wrong this morning But plenty of action still left Australia 10 wickets better off than they were at this stage at Trent Bridge #Ashes2015 — Greg Baum (@GregBaum) August 20 2015 1828 hrs IST: Australia 100 up with that elegant cover drive from Chris Rogers 1812 hrs IST: Players made their way back into the field Australia would like to press the foot on the accelerator England on the other hand would like to avert another Lord’s Meanwhile during the Lunch break: The stars of the future Great to see lots of boys and girls playing Kwik Cricket at The Kia Oval #grassroots pictwittercom/LFdrHjJffW — England Cricket (@englandcricket) August 20 2015 1730 hrs: So its Lunch and Australia are yet to lose a wicket Solid start upfront by David Warner and Chris Rogers and England dressing room will be very very worried 82-0 at lunch at the Oval Australia have batted sensibly England have bowled fairly well Good test cricket #Ashes2015 — England’s Barmy Army (@TheBarmyArmy) August 20 2015 1723 hrs: Ali bowling short and outside off stump Rogers happy to leave them though 1721 hrs IST: Moeen Ali into his third over England desperate for a wicket now 1717 hrs: David Warner fight his way to the 19th Test fifty 1618 hrs IST: Alastair Cook makes another change Ben Stokes is getting ready to bowl He registered his second 5-wicket haul in Nottingham Time to back it up with another good performance at The Oval 1608 hrs IST: Another maiden Rogers playing his last Test is cautious All balls left alone so far Good line outside the off stump by Mark Wood Plenty of Blocking/leaving from the Aussies openers after 6 overs 10 wickets in hand #5MoreWicketsThenAtSameStageAtTrentBridge #Ashes2015 — Damien Fleming (@bowlologist) August 20 2015 1600 hrs IST: Tight line by Wood Rogers looked absolutely clueless edged the last ball of the over to Cook fortunate for the Aussie that it didn’t carry 1555 hrs IST: English supporters getting impatient they want a wicket especially after what happened at Nottingham Nearly 6 overs & no wicket… Come on England #slacking #Ashes2015 — Annie Parker (@annie_parker) August 20 2015 Two overs and not even one wicket yet Watch out England #Ashes2015 — Greg Baum (@GregBaum) August 20 2015 1553 hrs IST: England make an early bowling change bring in Mark Wood with just 5 overs bowled 1530 hrs IST: Australia openers out in the middle Broad and Wood the new ball bowlers for the hosts Here come your England They’re pumped and hunting wickets #ashes http://s.tco/DOxYKiOXUA — England Cricket (@englandcricket) August 20 2015 1510 hrs IST: Chris Rogers playing his final Test will face music early at The Oval Exciting contest on the cards 1505 hrs IST: Good toss to win for England Australia now have their task cut out with the bat They need to bat wellin the morning session 1500 hrs IST: England win toss and opt to bowl against Australia England are unchanged while the Aussies have recalled pacer Peter Siddle 1435 hrs IST: The conditions are overcast and the pitch has even covering of grass Social Buzz: #Ashes2015 The build up The Oval Test could finish inside three days feels Michael Clarke Michael Clarke will plays his Test which starts at The Oval on Thursday (Source: AP) Retiring Australia captain Michael Clarke said the fifth and final Ashes Test against England could be over in three days and admitted the odds were stacked against his team Australia set to rest Josh Hazlewood for final Ashes Test Australia are likely to recall the experienced Peter Siddle to replace Hazlewood at The Oval (Source: AP) Australia fast bowler Josh Hazlewood will be rested for the final Ashes Test at The Oval coach Darren Lehmann said on Wednesday James Anderson to miss fifth Test at The Oval James Anderson also missed the fourth Test at Trent Bridge (Source: AP) England fast bowler James Anderson will not play in the final Ashes Test against Australia at The Oval due to a side strain the BBC reported on Wednesday The Indian Express Online Media Pvt Ltd Recommend this story: TAGS: Ashes Australia cricket England Live cricket score Live ScoreWritten by Mihir Vasavda | Published: November 15 2015 1:54 am A true journeyman Leonardo Moura has played for nearly a dozen clubs in his career including the four Rio-based clubs Constantly on move because of frequent transfers Moura was nicknamed ‘The nomad’ (Source: ISL) Related News India wasn’t where they thought they would wind up coming from the land of jogo bonito But a bunch of Brazilians travelled halfway across the world to land contracts in the Indian Super League after their teenaged dreams of setting Europe on fire faded then frayed to tatters Mihir Vasavda tells the story of footballers from the famous South American powerhouse camped currently in India who missed their chance to be extra-ordinary THE modest single-tiered bleachers of the Balewadi Sports Complex in Pune were a far cry from the giant sports amphitheatre in Rome that Jonatan Lucca once hoped he would grace As he strode out of the tunnel in FC Goa colours for a crucial away encounter against Pune City one wondered if Lucca’s mind drifted into the past thinking of the cruel twist of fate that landed him in this hilly western Indian city when he was destined for something bigger at the historic Italian capital It was a little more than a month after he turned 18 three years ago With a twinkle in his eye and an impish grin the Brazilian had posed for a dozen photographers at Stadio Olimpico in Rome Donning AS Roma’s famous red jersey he was paraded in front of 20000 curious fans wondering who this mystery signing was Roma’s Hungarian manager Zdenek Zeman promised flair which you associate with almost every Brazilian player But this boy wonder from Santa Maria held promise as he had shown while playing for the youth team of South American giants Internacional ‘Nouvou (new) Ronaldinho’ screamed one of Italy’s leading football websites on its homepage the following day comparing his technical skills to that of the Brazilian great Lucca was living his dream And with endless possibilities in front of him the midfielder prepared himself for a dizzying journey with Roma hoping to follow the paths of his more famous countrymen Or so he wished Share This Article Related Article Three years on he finds himself playing in front of a motley crowd in a fledgling league in distant India It’s a story gone awfully wrong And his isn’t the only one Including Lucca there are 17 Brazilian footballers in the Indian Super League (ISL) this season And almost each one of them has a tale to tell It may seem exotic to be a professional footballer in the land of sun samba and soccer But beyond the stories of jogo bonito orchestrated by Selecao superstars in Europe’s finest leagues are the journeymen who are forced to leave their backyards in Brazil to kick a ball thousands of miles away just to earn a living According to FIFA’s transfer statistics 689 players left the South American country to play abroad in 2014 – more than players from any other nation They were also the most transferred nationality Out of the 13090 transfers registered last year 1493 were Brazilians Taken at face value it may seem simple economics where supply exceeds demand resulting in the surplus being exported But talk to the players and they paint a grim picture of circumstances that force them to leave their families and venture out of their country “There are so many academies in Brazil which produce many many footballers So some awesome players are picked by big clubs But there are also many great players who do not get such opportunities” says Brazilian legend Roberto Carlos the player-manager of Delhi Dynamos The glitz and glamour that is generally associated with Brazilian football feels like a bad joke to those who have plodded their way through the crowded youth system and an inefficient domestic structure They are the vagabonds who are not wanted by Europe’s elite and are unable to obtain salaries playing league football at home “They pretend to pay We pretend to play” FORMER midfielder Vampeta a member of the 2002 World Cup winning squad could not have summarised Brazilian clubs’ financial situation better Most Brazilian players often remember the famous quote but few will say it They do not talk openly about the dire monetary troubles faced by the clubs back home as most are still under contract with them and are loaned out to the ISL clubs However according to a recent study by Britain’s Esquire magazine around 85 per cent of Brazil’s professional footballers earn less than 550 (approx Rs 55000) a month Some even play for food and just a fraction of them get a lucrative contract from a big club In contrast average pay in the I-League for foreigners is around Rs 2 lakh It’s a conservative estimate In the ISL it is nearly double of that Carlos who moved out of Brazil when he was 22 says Brazilian clubs’ inability to match the wages offered by not just European clubs but also the teams from non-traditional football countries is one of the key reasons players are tempted to play abroad “For example Real Madrid comes to a small local Brazilian club with $20 million and they take away their best talent For a club which is not so strong financially how can you say no” Carlos says Most clubs are in deep debts and with little money coming from TV rights and gate receipts the major source of income becomes the transfer fees by selling a player Surprisingly the average crowd attendances for a domestic match in the land of Pele Ronaldo and Ronaldinho are in hundreds Earlier this year only 375 people paid to watch Rio giants Flamengo beat Bonsucesso 2-0 in a state championship match The general indifference to the state of the domestic game means that few Brazilians care about the players leaving the country in droves to play abroad says Brazilian journalist Paulo Freitas who writes for renowned websites and newspapers across the world “Most Brazilians don’t really care much about this but the ones who do usually blame the situation on several factors — too many players foreign clubs offering bigger salaries than small Brazilian clubs and also the fact small Brazilian clubs often don’t play the whole year” Freitas says He adds: “As players have a short career and football is regarded by the players mainly as a job they usually take the opportunity to get good contracts if they can The ISL also becomes extra attractive as it pays well and it’s a short competition So even top division players like Elano feel interested as they can make more money playing there than they would playing in Brazil in the same amount of time At the same time they are still able to play most of the year in Brazil” But talk to the players and they say money is secondary Opportunity or the lack of it is the reason why they are forced to travel to obscure lands flying into a footballing culture blind “You have to be God’s chosen individual” REINALDO says as if he’s stating a matter of fact when asked about what it takes to make it big in Brazil The FC Goa striker is your quintessential journeyman In his 16-year career the 36-year-old has played for 17 clubs across eight countries and three continents including clubs like French giants PSG and Brazil’s So Paulo However he still remembers the struggle to get his first breakthrough “When I had a trial with Flamengo (in 1999) there were 80 players and eventually only me and two other players passed the trials Of course I had my qualities as a player but I believe at that moment you are selected by God” Reinaldo says getting philosophical Opportunities are few because of the chaotic organisation According to various reports there are 684 registered clubs in Brazil But most of them play less than 19 games a year And nearly half of the approximately 30000 registered players (30784 in 2013) do not even lace up their boots between May and December as there are no tournaments to take part in Teams on an average have roughly 50 players registered for a season meaning the competition for every place is intense Consequently many players are left without much game time and are left warming benches “Some people back home think we take our decisions for more money or things like that But those are not the reasons” says Lucca “Brazil pays well to its footballers Sometimes players look to other countries for opportunities A player always wants to play” So instead of their homeland where no one seems to want them the players move out Even if it means taking the road less travelled and becoming the missionaries of a footballing philosophy the world worships Gustavo Marmentini dos Santos is among them A product of Atletico Paranaense academy the Delhi Dynamos attacking midfielder came to India at the age of 20 after he could not muster a single senior team appearance last year “The main reason to come here was to get experience of playing abroad In Brazil the opportunities are very less I always wanted to play outside and I thought this was my chance of doing so” he says “Not a heartbreak Just life” LUCCA may not have reached the dizzying highs he would have once dreamt of But he is content just to be making a living out of what he loves the most After being signed by Roma for 700000 euros he could not break into the starting XI or make an appearance although he was named on the bench on multiple occasions He was loaned back to Brazilian side Atletico Paranaense before he signed for them permanently earlier this year The Brazilian top division side again loaned him out to a third tier team Guaratingueta where he made his senior team debut before he was sent to FC Goa again on loan It must have been frustrating but Lucca feels this is the ‘right time for him to show his football’ He talks as if he wants to prove a point To Roma to Paranaense and to all those who’ve put faith in him In a country where the difference between footballing haves and have nots (talent wise) is seemingly less it takes an extra-ordinary talent to rise through the ranks and make a name for himself It may seem that those who do not make it are gathering pieces of a broken dream But Dos Santos is realistic about the situation “Not everyone will make it no We all dream of Selecao the jersey and all that But it’s tough Very very tough It’s not a heartbreak It’s just life” he says smiling The smile never leaves their faces When they are on the field or 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