RIO DE JANEIRO - AC Milan forward Robinho
has been withdrawn from the Brazil squad to face Ghana in a
friendly in London next week because of a groin injury, the
Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) said on Wednesday.
"Milan's medical department sent the Brazilian national
team's medical department the tests that show the player's
injury," the CBF said in a statement on its website.
Coach Mano Menezes, who will not name a replacement, has
forwards Neymar, Alexandre Pato, Leandro Damiao, Hulk and
Ronaldinho in his squad for the match at Fulham's Craven Cottage
ground on Monday.
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