Heurelho Gomes has told his fellow Brazilian Júlio César to leave Queens Park Rangers if he is to salvage his hopes of playing at the World Cup. The Tottenham reserve goalkeeper was quoted on ESPN Brasil as saying: "Júlio César has a manager whose ideas are almost impossible to change. He was my manager at Tottenham and I had a lot of difficulties."
Gomes added: "As for being a starter at the national team, they don't think much about that. Júlio César will have a lot of trouble if he stays at QPR. If he has the chance to leave, he has to leave so he can play. I know him very well and I know how good he can be.
"The goalkeeper is a position of manager's trust and if [Luiz Felipe] Scolari thinks Júlio César can play the World Cup and surely can, then he has to play at least from January onwards so he will be good and match-fit for the World Cup. But it would be interesting if he started playing so the manager feels more confident."
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