Daily Monitor team tips Brazil to lift sixth World Cup crown

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By Elvis Senono

Mark Namanya – France
They have as assortment of quality and are the one team that regularly beats Brazil

Fred Kiyingi Musisi –Brazil
They have been consistent since Tite took charge two years ago. They also have a balanced squad.

George Katongole – Brazil
They have the most balanced team. There was too much dependency on Neymar in 2014.

John Batanudde – France
Have a young squad that is eager to prove on the big stage. Their coach Didier Deschamps has World Cup winning experience.

Denis Bbosa – Germany
They have an experienced side with nine players from the previous World Cup. They can also count on the return of goalkeeper Manuel Neuer who like Oliver kahn in 2002, can win them games.

Ismail Dhakaba Kigongo – Brazil
After 16 years of waiting, Selecao have to win again. It’s been long!!! They go into the World Cup as the most stable side of the giants with so many options to vary their game. Coach Tite has also proved to match European style when need arises.

Andrew Mwanguhya – Brazil
Brazil has come of age, with some of the most potent youthful players. They have also not got over the 7-1 mauling at the hands of GERMANY at their own backyard … This is the perfect stage. Plus, remember Ronaldo recovering to spur Brazil to 2002 WC? Neymar déjà vu. Anyone?

Patrick Kanyomozi – Brazil
That 7-1 humiliation is a big motivation. Brazil have a good goalkeeper (actually two) after a long time and a good number 9 (actually two). This is the most balanced and talented Brazilian side since 2002.

Collin Muhwezi – France
They’re a fairly balanced team with a lethal frontline

Elvis Senono – Argentina
Any team with the best player in the universe stands a good chance.

Innocent Ndawula- Belgium
The nation’s golden generation with Eden Hazard, one of the most creative players in the world and an ingrain goal scorer in Romelu Lukaku.

Ismail Kezaala – Brazil
They have a very solid team.

Makhtum Muziransa – Germany
They have a better side than when they won it in 2014.
Darren Allan Kyeyune – Brazil
Unlike other teams they have two world class players in every position. And winning a sixth title has been long overdue.

Nasser Ssemugabi – Brazil
Tite has turned Brazil into a world class team and the new additions in Casemiro and Firmino gives them more options.

Eddie Chicco – Argentina
The team has a better attack than in 2014.

Robert Madoi – Germany
The team has a nice balance to it. There’s also a nice blend of youth and experience. This should translate into hunger from the youth and know-how from the veterans. The return of Manuel Neuer could prove to be pivotal.

JB Ssenkubuge – Germany

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