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Gremio Men's Under 16s Beat Brazil Women's National Team 6-0!
ForeverBayern 12 days ago
Bayern Munich, Germany 20 473

Gremio’s U16 side have beaten the Brazil women’s national team 6-0 in a 60 minute practice match as the Selecao prepare for the upcoming Olympic football tournament in Tokyo.

The match was arranged to give the Brazil women’s national team some playing time ahead of their trip to Tokyo for the Olympics later this year.

According to Brazilian website Otempo the game was broken down into two halves of 30 minutes which saw the young Gremio side emerge victorious.

Brazil were by no means playing a weakened team as six-time FIFA best women’s player and World Cup record goalscorer Marta featured for the Olympic hopefuls.

Youngsters Daniel, Nathan, Lucas Canigia and Hiago were all on target for Gremio with Daniel bagging himself a hat-trick.

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Emobot7 11 days ago
444 10432

Damn this doesn't bode well for woman football reputation. :U

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DarthFooty 11 days ago
Queens Park Rangers, United States 14 662

Ok, so a pro club's U16 boys beat the Women's National Team in a training match 6-0. You do see the size of some of those U16 players no? The build? I am sure they have hit stages where testosterone has boosted speed, quickness, strength, agility.

The team should be playing quality ball under the Gremio organization, add in all the physical advantages, and well, not surprised you see the win or the score.

This is good training for the ladies because no other women's team will have that pace or strength. The US Women's team does the same thing. FC Dallas U15 had a team beat them in a training session a few years ago.

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Emobot7 11 days ago
444 10432

@DarthFooty Fair point, though its never fun to lose, you get much better playing against stronger opponent than against weaker one. Wonder why this kind of game doesn't happen more often.

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DarthFooty 11 days ago
Queens Park Rangers, United States 14 662

@Emobot7 I think it does, it just doesn't always gain social media attention.

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Ngannou 8 days ago
Arsenal, Cameroon 0 244

Darthfooty what strength? They look like skinny boys. Most under 16 year olds don't even do weights especially footballers. The only physical advantage they hold is height. Strength starts to peak in the 20s not 16 and under.

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DarthFooty 7 days ago
Queens Park Rangers, United States 14 662

Not sure what you experienced Ngannou but when I hit 16, I gained a good amount of muscle mass in my legs, only from running for football, no weights. I was one of the few who did not weight lift, however, with a number of our teammates playing tackle football as well. My speed changed when I hit about 12 or 13 and got faster each year. I was so skinny and small, but 16 came and boom, muscle filled in.

Plenty of boys around me got stronger, taller, faster, quicker. That cant be just in Texas, so I respectfully disagree again.

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Emobot7 7 days ago
444 10432

@DarthFooty To be honest though, it propably should gather a bit more attention. I think if every country did that more, it could be really good for the woman football. :D

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Ngannou 7 days ago
Arsenal, Cameroon 0 244

Darth you're talking about noob gains. Even females gain muscle mass at age 16 what's your point? Thats just natural for all humans. I'm talking about peak strength and that does not happen at age 16. It happens in the 20s for most men go search it up. Look at the guys in the picture they don't look like muscular beasts do they? Sure they might have gained a coupe of kilos but that's natural for everyone so sayinf their strength increased isn't relative to actual strength gained from lifting.

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Ngannou 7 days ago
Arsenal, Cameroon 0 244

Most footballers these days are skinny rats like mahrez, neymar, sterling, kimmich etc and they're all grown ass men with nutrition coaches. You really think kids from a poor country like Brazil will have the strength of a bodybuilder?

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DarthFooty 7 days ago
Queens Park Rangers, United States 14 662

You are talking about "peak", not when they start to get stronger. Yes, between age 20 to 30 the muscle can see a peak strength, but this is related to hormones and when testosterone kicks in for the male. During puberty, hormones shift development with girls typically beginning puberty around ages 10–11, ending around 15–17; boys begin around ages 11–12 and end around 16–17.

Muscle fibers are a big deal in men as they tend to have more which makes the muscle bigger, heavier, stronger.

So you can have a stronger, faster, "boy" aged 15 compared to a 22 yo woman. It's not so much the muscle itself, its the fibers within the muscle, someone biological boys have over girls once hormones kick in.

Of course, you have to now factor diet, food sources, work out lifestyle, ect.... Again, I never lifted weights as a young boy, but because of the hormones and the activity I did do, I gained a lot of muscle mass. It wasnt until I got to higher playing levels or the military when I started to do weight training.

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Ngannou 7 days ago
Arsenal, Cameroon 0 244

I doubt that most 15 or 16 year olds are stronger than grown women lol. Most teenage boys look like girls themselves so I doubt they are any stronger. Probably on the same strength level at best case scenario. Unless they're on some sort of bulking regime then no chance a skinny footballer who constantly loses calories due to football being a cardio heavy sport.

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tiki_taka 6 days ago
Barcelona, France 361 9626

Not even surprised 😄 don't think Marcus is either... Not a machist point but any football male club in the first second or third division of any country will defeat the top eleven of the national women team... At 14yo, clubs got less tactical awareness but same strength than women elite, at 16yo it's over, at 18yo it's porn 😄

The gap in futsal is less visible, but in full stadium. There is no match, played Vs women it's not a simple antifeminist claim and here in France the level of women is one of the best of the planet, but also men 😄

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