Brazil open the door to breaking foreign coach tabooAFP, SAO PAULO, BrazilMore than two decades since their last FIFA World Cup triumph, and without a local consensus pick, Brazil are considering breaking an unwritten taboo: hiring a foreign coach. After six years in the job, Tite left the Brazil post last month following the Selecao’s World Cup quarter-final exit against Croatia. Then-Brazil head coach Tite, front right, and Neymar, front left, react during their FIFA World Cup quarter-final match against Croatia in Doha, Qatar, on Dec. 9 last year. Brazil did once have foreign coaches, although their reigns were fleeting. With Sport Club Corinthians Paulista, Tite won the Copa Libertadores, two Brazilian titles and the Club World Cup in a five-year period.
Source: Taipei Times January 29, 2023 11:31 UTC