Conmebol still have to say something about the appeal the Brazilian Football Confederation presented with the aim of reducing the 4-match-ban that the top organization of South American football imposed to the Barça player for the red card he received after the Brazil-Colombia. While this was happening, the Canarinha are getting ready for tonight (11.30pm CEST) facing Venezuela, corresponding to the last fixutre to the group stage of Copa America. Neymar won't play this match but he decided to be along his team to give all he's got before the crucial match for the aim of the Seleçao in this tournament.
The player won't be able to seat on the bench of the Estadio Munumental David Arellano, in Santiago de Chile. Verdeamarelha's number 10 will watch the match from a private stand, according to the paper Mundo Deportivo. In the press conference before the match of this Sunday, Dunga said that the player would stay or would leave of the meeting depending on his mood. Apparently, despite the 4-match-ban, Neymar has team feeling and he put his frustration to one side to continue by his teammates side and try to get the Copa America.
To try it, Dunga's men will have to win against Venezuela to not depend on any other team when classificating for the quarterfinals. The 4 teams on Group C are drawed to 3 points, therefore, a draw or a loss may leave the Brazilian national team out of the Copa America. The option to classificate as third of group is also possible. If this happens, they would have a lot of options to face Messi's Argentina on the quarterfinals. Barça's number 10, who played this morning against Jamaica with the 'albiceleste', had some words for the situation that his teammate is living.