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“We have turned the page and started a new chapter.” says Brazilian Coach Tite

Brazil have taken a new step and have turned over to a new page after their humiliation 1-7 World Cup…

By Administrator in Sports on November 30, 2016

Brazil have taken a new step and have turned over to a new page after their humiliation 1-7 World Cup loss against Germany in their home ground in 2014. Under the leadership of coach Tite who replaced Dunga after the team’s group stage elimination which took place in June at Copa America, the team won six matches.

A former Corinthians coach, 55 years old says, “Turning the page is an expression that describes it well. We are starting a new chapter with the team in which we are qualifying for the World Cup and consolidating the team with a game plan that is efficient and beautiful.”

Tite began his journey with Brazil after occupying the sixth position in the South American zone qualifying standings for the World Cup held in 2018. Such was their threatened that they had fear that they would fail to qualify for the tournament in Russia. They are now four point on top in the group and have won against Uruguay in Montevideo in their next match in March, that would guarantee that they will have place in the football showpiece event.

“We are well on the way to qualifying, there is only a little way to go. But we aren’t going to drop our guard to achieve our goal of qualifying.” Brazil Coach Tite says.

Brazil has improved a lot with their attacking style of play has taken a look back and which has attracted the football fans by winning the World Cup winning teams of 1958, 1962, 1970, 1994 and 2002. The change that is taken to influence teenage striker Gabriel Jesus, who has scored five goal in six international matches. Liverpool playmaker Philippe Coutinho, and China-based midfield duo Paulinho and Renato Augusto are successful under the leadership of Tite.

“No coach in the world will produce results without technical quality” says Tite.

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