Brazilian youth head coach Eraldo Torres brushed off suggestions that his team lacked discipline despite a rash of red cards and brawling in a previous tournament, saying: 'We have no discipline problem.' Torres, who is here with favourites Brazil in a four-team youth tournament which acts as a warm-up for this summer's World Youth Cup finals in Argentina, went on the defensive when asked to comment on reports suggesting Brazilian players were accused of violent conduct during the recent South American Cup in Ecuador, which Brazil won. 'We don't have this problem [indiscipline]. We tell the players before the game that under no circumstances can they show any indiscipline. If they do show some indiscipline, then we will change the player,' said Torres. In all, five Brazilian players were red carded in the Ecuador tournament and the Boys from Brazil were accused by the Paraguayan team of kicking and punching a Paraguayan player in the tunnel after Brazil drew 1-1 with Paraguay in a preliminary-round match at the same tournament. But Torres shrugged off the incident by saying: 'Sometimes the players play a little too passionately. It is impossible to be cold all the time because our players love to play.' Torres said Hong Kong spectators will have the chance to see Brazil at their best in the Football Of the Future four-team tournament, which begins tomorrow at Hong Kong Stadium. 'You judge for yourself what Brazilian football is all about in Hong Kong,' said Torres, whose charges take on Japan in their first match. Argentina play China in the other match.