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Brazil to name Dunga as coach

Brazil is set to name its new national team coach, with reports suggesting Carlos Dunga is likely to return to the post. Brazil will announce a coach on Tuesday to succeed Luiz Felipe Scolari, who resigned after Brazil failed to win the World Cup — eliminated in a humiliating 7-1 loss to Germany in the...  [Read More...]
Brazil tracks lessons for Olympics

- 3 days earlier @ ri.search.yahoo.com: With the World Cup generally regarded as a success, BBC Brasil looks at what the country can learn from the experience for the 2016 Olympics.

Post-FIFA World Cup, Focus Turns To Brazil's Weakening Economy, Elections

- 3 days earlier @ forbes.com: Now that the FIFA World Cup is no longer in town, economics and politics are back to the forefront in Brazil. It's unlikely voters will punish incumbent president Dilma Rousseff for Brazil's lackluster performance in the semi-final matches. Dilma can ...

The Ninjas in Brazil

- 3 days earlier @ grantland.com: With FIFA's Confederations Cup in full swing in Brazil, and the World Cup just a year away, the unimaginable collection of people chanted their disapproval of an estimated hundreds of thousands of residents being evicted because of the tournament, and ...

Dunga is favorite to coach Brazil's soccer team: sources

- 3 days earlier @ reuters.com: One source, who declined to be identified since the process is underway, said Dunga has a good relationship with Gilmar Rinaldi, who was named on Thursday as general manager for Brazil's national teams. Both players were part of the 1994 World Cup ...

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Neymar admits Brazil is 'behind Germany and Spain'

USA TODAY: Neymar — the face of the tournament before a back injury forced him out of the pivotal semifinal with Germany — said Sunday that Brazil deserved a seven out of ten at best for their performance. Brazil's failure to win the World Cup cost manager Luiz ...

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Brazil prepare to re-appoint Dunga, as World Cup flops look to replace Luiz

Daily Mail: Brazil are expected to name Dunga as their new coach following the resignation of Luiz Felipe Scolari. According to reports in Brazil, the Brazilian Football Federation (CBF) will announce Dunga as Scolari's successor on Tuesday. The 50-year-old, who ...

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Dunga tipped to be new Brazil coach

Zee News: Former World Cup-winning captain Dunga is favored to serve for the second time as national coach and will be named as Luiz Felipe Scolari`s successor on Tuesday, Globo reported. The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) had planed to announce the ...

Dunga favored as new man for Brazil

Yahoo Sports: The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) had planned to announce the new leader last week but instead unwrapped a new technical commission headed by former reserve goalkeeper Gilmar. After early speculation that the CBF would turn to currently ...

Brazil eye Dunga as Scolari successor - reports

Brazil could appoint former coach Dunga to replace Luiz Felipe Scolari as national team boss, media reports indicated Saturday, despite ex-Corinthians coach Tite being considered the long time favourite. The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) earlier confirmed it will unveil its choice of Scolari's successor on Tuesday at 11 a.m. (1400 GMT) in western Rio and a clutch of Brazilian newspapers ...

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Post-FIFA World Cup, Focus Turns To Brazil's Weakening Economy, Elections

Forbes: Now that the FIFA World Cup is no longer in town, economics and politics are back to the forefront in Brazil. It's unlikely voters will punish incumbent president Dilma Rousseff for Brazil's lackluster performance in the semi-final matches. Dilma can ...

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Exeter in Samba celebration of unlikely first Brazil game

Reuters UK: SAO PAULO (Reuters) - A century of samba football, which began when an English team turned up unexpectedly in Rio de Janeiro in 1914 and took on a cobbled-together 'Brazil' side, was remembered in a celebratory match at the same stadium on Sunday.

Reports: Brazil to name Dunga as coach

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Brazil is set to name its new national team coach, with reports suggesting Carlos Dunga is likely to return to the post.

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