Agence France-PresseFebruary 28, 2014 11:00
Jefferson de Oliveira Galvao is not a household name in world football.
In Brazil, certainly, the 31-year-old does not go unrecognised, but in the wider world, a place on Brazil's bench does not bring much global esteem.
Yet the Botafogo shot-stopper is eyeing a slice of the limelight at a home World Cup in June as he bids to persuade Luiz Felipe Scolari to make him his number one.
The man in possession of the shirt, Julio Cesar, has been Scolari's undisputed first standout choice on the basis of 77 Selecao caps won over a decade.