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Juan Carlos Osorio quits Sao Paulo to take over Mexico, club says

Juan Carlos Osorio will be the next coach of Mexico, according to his former club Sao Paulo.

Juan Carlos Osorio has quit as coach of Brazilian club Sao Paulo to take over Mexico's national team.

Sao Paulo announced the move on Tuesday, with club president Carlos Miguel Aidar saying in a statement: "I deeply regret Osorio's decision. He was doing a good job."

Mexico's national team director Santiago Banos had already mentioned his desire to choose a new coach by the end of this week.

Osorio, 54, had admitted on Monday that coaching Mexico was a dream job but also said that he wanted to coach...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Juan Carlos Osorio says Mexico, Sao Paulo decision due on Wednesday

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno says Mexico's bid to have former Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp as manager of their national team may have been just wishful thinking.

Juan Carlos Osorio said he will announce by Wednesday whether he plans to resign as coach at Sao Paulo and take the job as Mexico national team coach.

Following Sao Paulo's 1-0 win over Atletico Paranaense, Osorio said he is making an effort to remain for longer with the Brazilian club and make the commitment to coach Mexico at the same time.

"At the suggestion of someone on the management team [of Sao Paulo], someone I respect profoundly, I am doing everything possible so that the timing does not...

 By Tim Vickery

Vasco da Gama can avoid relegation with attack-minded boss Jorginho

Jorginho is Vasco's third coach this campaign and he may just pull off a relegation miracle before the season is done.

Last Wednesday night, 3-0 down from the first leg, Vasco da Gama fielded a reserve side for their Brazilian Cup quarterfinal tie against Sao Paulo.

Supporters of rival Rio de Janeiro clubs enjoyed themselves. There was a joke going round. "Vasco's game tonight is going to be cancelled," I was informed by a fan of Fluminense. "They won't be able to put a side out. How can they field a reserve team when they don't even have a first team?"

The joke has lost a bit of its traction in the last couple...

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Ronaldinho has no plans to retire and is studying offers, says brother

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes discusses Ronaldinho's contract being terminated by Fluminense, but where will the Brazilian head next?
Brazilian star Ronaldinho launches a counterattack with this extraordinary piece of skill in Queretaro's 2-2 Liga MX Torneo Clausura quarterfinal against Veracruz.

Ronaldinho's brother and agent has dismissed any talk of the two-time FIFA World Player of the Year retiring and said he is "carefully studying the offers that are coming in."

Brazil legend Ronaldinho, 35, was released by Fluminense on Monday after just two months and nine matches at the Rio de Janeiro club.

However, any speculation that the former Barcelona star -- who won the World Cup with Brazil in 2002 -- would take this setback as his cue to end his playing career was ruled out by his older...