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Pele confident Neymar can lead Brazil at World Cup

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Brazilian legend Pele says he is confident about Brazil's chances at the upcoming World Cup and expects injured star Neymar to be fully fit to lead the side in Russia.

Speaking to AFP in Dubai, who has been in ailing health recently, put his faith in striker Neymar's ability to recover from a fractured foot in time to lead Brazil to a possible sixth global football title.

-AFP, Dubai

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