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Sorry, this video has expired Video: Socceroos fans arrive in Cuiaba ABC News Not a flag or banner to be seen, just endless building sites, dirt roads and traffic jams. Don't get me wrong. Brazilians love their football with an operatic passion, it's just that they're too busy with the serious business of living to make too much fuss about it. When it comes to game day, that's a different matter. This dust bowl town planted in the geographic heart of South America - there's a monument in town proclaiming to be the spot - will come to life with football pumping through its veins like it was living its last day on earth.
It's the sort of mentality Ange Postecoglou's Socceroos must harness if their World Cup Campaign isn't to end before it begins out here on the edge of the Amazon. Play like there's no tomorrow.
Disregard history and reputation. Get your hands dirty in the heat and the dust. Go to work with the intent of cor a job done. Be the player you want to be rather than the players they say you are. Since they arrived in camp in Australia over a month ago he has had the monumental task of reprogramming this team of global no-names into one thing and one thing only: Without that vital ingredient, defeat will be swift and heavy.