The Confederation of Brazilian Football (CBF) today confirmed its selection of Carlos Dunga as coach of the Brazilian national team. Dunga succeeds Luiz Felipe Scolari, who resigned after Brazil's disappointing performance at the 2014 World Cup. Huffington Post, 1 day ago
Dunga back to guide Selecao's fortunes - Sowetan, 2 days ago
Dunga replaces Luiz Felipe Scolari as... - The Echo Of India, 2 days ago
RIO DE JANEIRO, July 23 (Xinhua) -- Brazilian fans blamed former head coach Luiz Felipe Scolari for the 7-1 defeat in the semifinal of the FIFA World Cup, which took place in the country and ended on July 13, according to a poll released on ...Xinhua News Agency, 1 day ago Scolari blamed for Brazil's spectacular defeat China Economic Net, 1 day ago XINHUA - Brazilians blame coach for spectacular defeat at World Cup: survey Namibia Press Agency, 1 day ago
The Brazilian Football Confederation have announced they will name their new coach on Tuesday, following Luiz Felipe Scolari's departure earlier this...
AFP Brazil will reveal the identity of their new coach on Tuesday, the Brazilian Football Confederation have announced. Luiz Felipe Scolari stood down earlier this week after the hosts could only finish fourth at the FIFA World Cup, having been ...FIFA.com, 5 days ago Luiz Felipe Scolari calls it quits Khaleej Times, 1 week ago Brazil accept 'Scolari resignation' Gulf Daily News, 1 week ago Brazil FA hails outgoing Scolari Sowetan, 1 week ago
While refusing to pin the blame on former handler Luiz Felipe Scolari, Neymar also warned young players to beware the damage some coaches could do to youngAsian Age, 3 days ago Brazil told to face reality Hong Kong Standard, 3 days ago Neymar: Brazil playing catch up! New Sabah Times, 3 days ago Standard of Brazilian football has slipped, says Neymar Malay Mail, 4 days ago
Rio de Janeiro: Luiz Felipe Scolari has tendered his resignation as coach of Brazil following the team's ignominious FIFA World Cup exit - and it has been accepted.The 65-year-old made the decision following a meeting Monday with Jose Maria Marin, the ...IndiaTV News, 6 days ago World Cup 2014: 'Nothing will be the same again', admits Luiz Felipe Scolari Economic Times, 1 week ago I am responsible for the result: Scolari The Hindu, 2 weeks ago FIFA World Cup 2014: Luis Felipe Scolari says 1-7 loss to Germany worst day of his life DNA, 2 weeks ago
Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari should carry on because of his good work in the job even though the hosts were humiliated by Germany in the World Cup semifinals, a Brazilian federation official said on Friday. "To me, he stays," the president-elect of the ...Deccan Herald, 1 week ago World Cup 2014: Scolari should keep his job says CBF official IBN Live, 1 week ago CBF president-elect says Scolari should keep his job Zee News, 1 week ago
Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari admitted on Friday that a traumatic last six weeks both on and off the field will mark him for the rest of his life. "Lots of things have changed and have impacted on my life for better or for worse. In the coming days I will ...Zee News, 1 week ago 'Nothing will be the same again', admits Scolari The Hindu, 1 week ago Scolari Admitted That Nothing Will Be The Same Again Asia Net India, 1 week ago
Putting a decision on the back burner as to who will succeed Luiz Felipe Scolari as national coach, Brazil on Thursday revealed a revamped technical commission. Following their failure to win the World Cup on home soil, Scolari and his backroom ...New Age Bangladesh, 1 week ago Brazil delay naming new coach, revamp backroom staff Yahoo! Malaysia, 1 week ago Brazil delay naming new coach Gulf News, 1 week ago
Brazil's coach Luiz Felipe Scolari reacts during their 2014 World Cup third-place playoff against the Netherlands at the Brasilia national stadium in Brasilia (7/12). Brazil have sacked manager Scolari just hours after the end of a home World Cup in ...Tempo.co, 1 week ago Scolari out as Brazil coach CHINAdaily, 1 week ago Scolari out as Brazil coach after World Cup failure China Daily Asia, 1 week ago
Brazil manager Luiz Felipe Scolari might have deemed Philippe Coutinho surplus to his requirements at the World Cup in Brazil, but the little playmaker showed up the decision with some sublime skill.....Football.co.uk, 1 week ago
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