Over at the RSL forum, there is a discussion about the US/Brazil game. While participating in this discussion, I thought it would be nice if the US was able to get Brazil to come here very year for a friendly, which would give the USMNT some good competition with the goal of the US being able to eventually "own" Brazil in the same way that we "own" Mexico. Unfortunately, you need a reason for a yearly visit, so while I was reflecting on this problem, I suddenly had an epiphany. What is something that the US and Brazil have in common? Mardi Gras/Carnevale is a good answer but not what I'm looking for. The US and Brazil has Pele in common. He played soccer in both countries, ergo, the USSF should try to get His Soccer Highness to sponsor a yearly friendly between the US and Brazil and he could call it the "Pele Cup". We could even put his likeness on the trophy. This may have already been suggested and if so, then what is the USSF waiting for? If not, hopefully, someone from the USSF reads this forum and can make it happen.