Brazil is never remembered for the goalkeeper but it the #1 is nevertheless necessary for a team to lift trophies, which if you have not noticed is a specialty of Brazil. Júlio César, currently on loan with MLS’s Toronto FC from Queens Park Rangers, is the first choice for Luiz Felipe Scolari.
It is not hard to determine why Big Phil has faith in César. The keeper, making his 3rd World Cup roster, was huge in Brazil winning last year’s FIFA Confederations Cup. The 34-year-old took home the Golden Glove by posting 3 clean sheets.
César is a longtime Reusch goalkeeper glove wearer and will be pulling on the WC Waorani Deluxe G2 Ortho Tec Glove this summer in Brazil. The glove is perfect for the player that wants total control and includes Ortho-Tec finger and thumb protection, ergonomic palm embossing, Catch Control 2.0 Silicone fingerprint for grip and rolled thumb. AirVentSystem for comfort.
But the work of the goalkeeper is not limited to the extra advantage provided by his hands but also the footwork to be in position to make the save. And César will call on the Nike Tiempo Legend V to get the job done in the nets.