Despite the high expectations, the Brazilian team ended up having to stop right in the quarter-finals of the World Cup 2022, after losing at the hands of Croatia in the penalty shootout. Very quickly, coach Tite also said goodbye to Selecao, following in the footsteps of coach Luis Enrique or coach Roberto Martinez.
Previously, the media confirmed that Brazil is targeting coach Carlo Ancelotti to succeed Tite, but the latest source from Tuttosport (sourced by Sky Sports) shows that the Italian strategist is not a name that Selecao is special. special consideration. Instead, Coach Mauricio Pochettino and coach Marcelo Bielsa are the two options that are focused on by Brazil.
Obviously, the appointment of Pochettino or Bielsa is a much more feasible scenario than Ancelotti, because the two captains mentioned above are still “playing around” after parting with Paris Saint-Germain and Leeds United. In terms of experience, it can be said that Bielsa will be a better candidate because he used to lead Argentina, while Pochettino has never coached a national team during his career.
Huynh Phong | 11:39 December 25, 2022