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

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...

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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...

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...

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Neymar says Barcelona court woes didn't affect Copa America play

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop believes Brazil lack a self-identity without the likes of Neymar in the side, but also attributes the lack of experience to their poor performances.
Joan Laporta has thrown his hat into the ring to run for a second spell as president of FC Barcelona.
The ESPN FC crew discuss Neymar-less Brazil as Craig Burley does not feel half the players in the side would have made it into the squad years ago.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley has no issue with Neymar leaving Copa America earlier following his four-match ban and questions Dunga for his statements about Neymar.
Brazil striker Neymar says "it would kill him from the inside" if he stayed and trained with the rest of the squad at the Copa America, as he serves a four-match ban.
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno believes Neymar deserves the four-match ban for head-butting Carlos Bacca.
Javier Mascherano spoke up about the sending off of Barcelona teammate Neymar following his red card against Colombia.

Barcelona star Neymar said play at Copa America was not in any way affected by a pending Barcelona case in Spain for tax evasion related to his transfer from Santos in 2013.

Neymar was dealt a four-match Copa America ban after he received yellow cards in two straight matches and was sent off in Brazil's 1-0 loss to Colombia. The ban ended his participation in the tournament.

The trial of Barcelona, club president Josep Bartomeu and his predecessor Sandro Rosell for alleged tax evasion linked...

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Brazil squad were dealing with virus before loss to Paraguay, says Dunga

Brazil head coach Dunga adopted a philosophical approach after his side was eliminated by Paraguay at the quarterfinals of the Copa America.

Brazil coach Dunga said 15 of his players dealt with a virus in the week leading up to their defeat to Paraguay in the Copa America semifinals on Saturday.

Paraguay eliminated Brazil at the quarterfinal stage for the second straight tournament by winning 4-3 on penalties after the 90 minutes ended 1-1.

Dunga said Brazil could not train the way they would have like before the game, but refused to blame the defeat on the illness.

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"It's not an excuse, but 15 of our players suffered from a virus this...