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In the hands of the players, a huge banner says: "Win Or Lose, But Always With Democracy", a reference to the dwindling strength of Brazil then military dictatorship.

The players were reflecting a spirit gradually taking over the country, culminating in the political campaign "Direct (Elections) Now", in 1984, in which millions of Brazilians demanded the right to vote for their president.

On the pitch, democracy and football merged to energise that desire, and civilian government was restored the following year.

The story is told in a Pedro Asbeg directed documentary, Democracy in Black and White, which is due to be released next year.

They shared their views on the importance of Corinthians as the most popular football team in Sao Paulo in helping pave the way for the restoration of democracy.

The film also shows the genesis of a star known for his genius on and off the football pitch: Socrates.

"The period from 1982 to 1984, the so called Corinthians Democracy, is unique, there is "Comprar Gh Jintropin" nothing like this in football history," Pedro Asbeg told BBC Brasil.

"Starting with the return of Socrates from the World Cup in Spain and "Anaboliset Aineet" up until mid 1984, when the amendment of the Elections Now campaign was Tren 100 Vs 200 overturned by congress and Socrates, disappointed, leaves Brazil to play in Italy."

In fact this was only a temporary setback a civilian led government was restored in 1985, despite the defeat in congress, and direct elections would follow.

Asbeg has directed several short films about football, Comprar Gh Jintropin most of them about Flamengo, the much worshipped team he also supports.

Democracy in Black and White features another Testosterone Enanthate Liver phenomenon associated with the efforts to restore democracy, the so called Rock Brazil, a movement backed by the rebel football stars such as striker Walter Casagrande and Socrates himself.

The film highlights songs from that period such as "Inutil" (Useless), by the band Ultraje a Rigor, questioning people inability to speak out or fully exercise their vote, and "Tedio com um T bem grande pra voce" Sustanon 250 Weekly Dosage (Boredom with a pretty big B for you), played by Legiao Urbana, a portrait of rebellious punks in the capital Brasilia.

"The film shows how this combination of football, politics and rock and roll changed the history of the country", adds Asbeg.

Former presidents Fernando Henrique Cardoso and Lula agree with the director.

For Cardoso the "exuberance" inspired by the Corinthians "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" Democracy accelerated the pace of change, given the capacity of football to mobilise crowds.

Lula describes the period as the "Golden Age of Corinthians", recalling that victory on the Australian Levitra football field showed Brazilians the importance of voting as exemplified by the system of player participation which was implemented at the club.

The newly elected president of the club, Waldemar Pires, was closely linked to his controversial and all powerful predecessor Vicente Matteus, but he felt the pressure from the fans for results.