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Soccer-Vinicius apologises after Brazil's early Copa America exit

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July 09, 2024
Reuters

(Reuters) - Brazil forward Vinicius Jr apologised to their supporters on Tuesday after he missed their Copa America quarter-final exit due to suspension, but he said that the nine-times champions would return to their former glory.

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