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Brazil name Dunga to replace Scolari

Brazil name Dunga to replace Scolari

Brazil named Dunga as their manager for the second time on Tuesday, two weeks after Luiz Felipe Scolari resigned following their 7-1 defeat by Germany in the World Cup semi-finals. The 50-year-old Dunga, who captained Brazil to their fourth world title in 1994, was last in charge of the national team in 2010 when...

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Goodbye, Big Phil

Goodbye, Big Phil

Twister struck after tornado. Brazil now reels from twin shocks. The proudest football-playing country on the earth found nowhere to hide as the Netherlands slapped them with a 3-0 defeat Saturday, three days after Germany's 7-1 thrashing. The Orange humiliation could have been harsher even. Thanks to the pulled-hamstring of Sneijder, Brazilians could get...

Brazil won't lose like that again in 100yrs: Thiago Silva

Brazil won't lose like that again in 100yrs: Thiago Silva

Brazil captain Thiago Silva says his side's shock 7-1 loss at home to Germany on Tuesday is something that won't be repeated in the next 100 years, reports GOAL.com. (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = "//connect.facebook.net/en_US/all.js#xfbml=1"; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, 'script',...

National humiliation

National humiliation

The morning after the night before, Brazil will wake up, shake its head and pray it has all been a terrible nightmare. Left disorientated, punch drunk and confused by the 7-1 annihilation in the Estadio Mineirao it will take time for the full implications to sink in for a country that had so much...

Scolari takes responsibility for defeat

Scolari takes responsibility for defeat

After Brazil suffered their "worst loss" in their most important home game in 64 years, all coach Luiz Felipe Scolari could do was take the blame for his team's 7-1 thrashing at the hands of Germany, ESPNFC reports. "The catastrophic result can be shared with the whole group, but the choice and who decided...

How could Big Phil get it so wrong?

How could Big Phil get it so wrong?

When Argentina lost 4-0 to Germany at the 2010 World Cup, Diego Maradona was accused of a naive tactical approach against one of the strongest sides in the competition. But what happened to Brazil at home to Joachim Low's men on Tuesday night was much, much worse, Ben Hayward writes in Goal.com. Everything that...

Barzil's despair and famous World Cup humiliations

Barzil's despair and famous World Cup humiliations

As World Cup hosts, Brazil could be forgiven for struggling to handle the weight of expectation placed on their shoulders in Tuesday's semi-final, Andrew Wychrij writes in Goal.com. However, few would have predicted a remarkable first-half collapse against Germany. Joachim Low's side scored five goals in just 18 minutes on the way to securing a...

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Expect an unspectacular Brazil

Expect an unspectacular Brazil

One reckless knee sent Brazil's world tumbling down. Colombian defender Zuniga not only ended Neymar's World Cup but also upended Brazil's Hexa hope. Truly, coach Luiz Felipe Scolari is in a thick soup. Talents are always aplenty in any Brazil team. This team has lot of talents but doesn't boast multiple talented forwards. If...

Scolari 'like a dad' to players in Brazil team

Scolari 'like a dad' to players in Brazil team

Luiz Felipe Scolari didn't hesitate when he saw Neymar lying on the ground, his face buried in his hands, crying. The coach calmly walked over and picked the player up, pulled him to his chest and embraced him for a long time. Brazil had narrowly escaped elimination against Chile in the second round of the World Cup. The young Brazil star had just played one of the most difficult games of his life. Scolari knew he had to be there for him. The same way the coach has been there for everyone else in this young Brazilian team carrying the responsibility of winning the World Cup at home. Players say "Big Phil"...

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Brazil survive Chile, referee

Brazil survive Chile, referee

As expected, it turned out to be a spill-thrill contest. Brazil barely prevailed in an epic match against Chile, who fought neck and neck till the end of 120 minutes at 1-1 before going down in the shootout 3-2. Chileans almost came close to breaking the Brazil hearts at the final minutes of end...

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