Former Brazil coach Mano Menezes is planning to kickstart his stalled career in Europe, according to media reports.The 53-year-old has not coached since being sacked by Corinthians in December, reported Xinhua.Brazilian news portal Diariosp on Friday said ... Prokerala, 3 weeks ago
Former Brazil coach Mano Menezes has agreed to coach defending Brazilian Serie A champions Cruzeiro, the club said.The 53-year-old replaces former Real Madrid boss Vanderlei Luxemburgo, who was sacked by the Belo Horizonte outfit on Monday after a poor run of ...Prokerala, 13 hours ago
Brazil doctor Rodrigo Lasmar says the defender will be out for at least three months after getting hurt Sunday in Poland, where the team will play Japan in an exhibition Tuesday. Lasmar says Marcelo's injury may require surgery. The player will ...Al Ahram, 1 month ago
Luiz Felipe Scolari is still in football management but hasn't quite resolved what happened to Brazil in the World Cup. It's been just over a year since Brazil crashed out of the World Cup in humiliating fashion but despite the Selecao having ...ESPN Soccernet, 1 month ago
Pep wanted to make Brazil a World Cup champion: Alves AFP The Barcelona full-back Dani Alves says Pep Guardiola wanted to coach Brazil at their home World Cup last year. Alves, who played under Guardiola for the Spanish champions, was a member of ...NDTV, 1 month ago Ex-Barcelona boss wanted Brazil job, defender reveals International Business Times UK, 1 month ago Dani Alves: Guardiola wanted Brazil job - but they didn't want him Uncova, 1 month ago Dani Alves: Pep Guardiola wanted to be Brazil coach before the World Cup... but they didn't want him Irish Mirror, 1 month ago
The Brazilian football confederation (CBF) is looking to put smiles back on fans faces by presenting a better product. The confederation's announcement that it will form a counsel of former coaches comes less than a week after Brazil was ...NewsListOnline, 2 months ago Brazil calling on former players, coaches to help improve its football ESPN Soccernet, 2 months ago Brazil ask former players, coaches to help improve football ESPN Soccernet, 2 months ago
The Brazilian football confederation will seek advice from a panel of former coaches in an effort to improve the flagging fortunes of the country's national team. Wednesday's announcement follows Brazil's Copa America quarterfinal loss to Paraguay ...Individual.com, 2 months ago Selecao to consult former coaches to lift fortunes Webindia123, 2 months ago
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