Goal - Brazil appear likely to appoint a new coach after their horror World Cup semi-final exit at the hands of Germany, with two high profile names being tipped to take charge.
The problem is that the fans in Brazil weren't happy with the disciplined ("boring") playstyle of the previous coach Dunga. They want to see samba football. And Scolari gave the team some freedom. These days, Brazil doesn't have a distinct advantage in the intuitive portion of the game or peronal skills department, so they pretty much have to start playing more disciplined football if they want to rise up. Anyways, that's the way I see it. I'm pretty sure the fans crave only for success right now so the game style doesn't matter. They could perhaps even bring back Dunga. But Mourinho or Guardiola would be good picks as well.
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