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Pep Guardiola wanted to coach Brazil at World Cup, was turned down - Alves

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti gives his insight on Douglas Costa's transfer to Bayern Munich from Shakhtar Donetsk.
According to Dani Alves, Brazil were close to having Pep Guardiola as national team coach.

SAO PAULO, Brazil -- Pep Guardiola wanted to coach Brazil at last year's World Cup, but local football officials were afraid that fans wouldn't like having a foreign coach in charge of the national team, Barcelona defender Daniel Alves said on Tuesday.

"Pep said he wanted to make Brazil a World Cup champion and had an entire strategy to make us a world champion," Alves said in an interview with ESPN Brasil. "But they didn't want it, because they said that they didn't know if Brazil would accept...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Flamengo present Copa America star Paolo Guerrero in Rio de Janeiro

Peru head coach Ricardo Gareca believes his players produced a performance to be proud of as they claimed third place at the Copa America with a 2-0 victory over Paraguay.
Peru boss Ricardo Gareca says he is happy to finish third at the Copa América after a 2-0 defeat of Paraguay in a playoff.

Brazilian giants Flamengo have unveiled Peru international striker Paolo Guerrero at their Rio de Janeiro headquarters on Tuesday.

Guerrero, who became the first player to finish top scorer in consecutive Copa America tournaments since 1923-24, agreed to a deal with the Gavea club before heading to Chile for the CONMEBOL showpiece.

Guerrero is seen as a transformational signing for Flamengo, who, after years of austerity and debt management, hired the Peruvian from Corinthians, for which he scored...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Brazil development council: Stronger clubs will strengthen our football

Brazil have eyes to return their national team to the top of the game.

Brazil's clubs need to be strengthened, especially at the academy level, if the country is to recover its place among the game's elite, said a group of ex-players and coaches formed to improve the country's football on Monday.

The newly-formed Counsel of Strategic Development for Brazilian football met for the first time at confederation headquarters in Rio de Janeiro to discuss the direction of the sport in the country.

The group consisting of current national team coach Dunga, technical director...

 By Mike Whalley

Liverpool in talks for Internacional's Allan - sources

The ESPN FC crew answer your questions regarding whether Christian Benteke will move to Liverpool and who will score in the Women's World Cup final.
As Southampton defender Nathaniel Clyne snubs Manchester United in favour of a move to Liverpool, Louis van Gaal could miss out on several other transfer targets.
ESPN FC's Paul Mariner discusses Liverpool's latest transfers and in particular Roberto Firimino, who he feels can play a few key positions for Brendan Rodgers' side.

Liverpool are in discussions to sign Brazilian teenage midfielder Allan Rodrigues de Souza from Internacional, sources have told ESPN FC.

The 18-year-old would cost around £500,000 if the deal went through.

Allan impressed Reds scouts as he helped his team with the Frenz International Cup, held in Malaysia and Indonesia in January.

Liverpool also took part in the competition, going out at the quarterfinal stage.

The midfielder would join the Reds' academy set-up, along with new signings Bobby...

Brazil ask former players, coaches to help improve football

The Brazilian football confederation (CBF) is looking to put smiles back on fans' faces by presenting a better product.

SAO PAULO -- The Brazilian football confederation will summon former national team coaches to help find ways of improving football in the country after a series of disappointing results.

The confederation's announcement that it will form a counsel of former coaches comes less than a week after Brazil was eliminated in the quarterfinals of the Copa America for the second consecutive time. It's also less than a year since Brazil's worst loss ever, a 7-1 defeat to Germany in the semifinals of the World...