Mazinho is concerned that Thiago will not be able to break into the Spain set up in time to play in Brazil, coincidentally the country Mazinho played for.
“Thiago is learning a lot by playing with great players,” he told Marca. “He could probably have more minutes at any other team in the world.
“No one knows what may happen in the future, anything can happen in football. If he wants to go to the 2014 World Cup, he has to play more.”
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