Brazil means business in London

Plus five other men's soccer stories to follow

Updated: July 24, 2012, 4:52 PM ET
By Jeff Carlisle | ESPN.com

The men's Olympic soccer tournament is a bit like the game itself in the United States: It doesn't get enough respect. It doesn't seem to matter that some of the sport's greats, such as Franco Baresi, Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, have graced the Olympics. Instead, the tournament is treated like some poor relative whom you would just as soon not invite to family gatherings.

Given some of the talent that will be on display in London, fans of the beautiful game would be wise to ...

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