1. Carlos Dunga Named Brazil Manager: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

    Carlos Dunga is officially returning to coach the Brazilian national team after a previous four-year stint leading up to the 2010 World Cup...

    Tim Daniels Written by Tim Daniels about 2 days ago 10,910 reads 38 comments

  2. Is Dunga the Right Man to Lead Brazil Recovery After World Cup Disaster?

    The recruitment process was short. Dunga was confirmed as Brazil's new head coach on Tuesday, as was first reported in the Brazilian press (link in Portuguese) late last week, less than a fortnight after Luiz Felipe Scolari's dismissal...

    Robbie Blakeley Written by Robbie Blakeley about 2 days ago 15,385 reads 58 comments

  3. Report: Dunga to Be Named Brazil's New Manager

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 3 days ago 3,131 reads 2 comments

  4. Brazil to Name New Coach on Tuesday

    Brazil's new coach will be unveiled at a news conference on Tuesday after Luiz Felipe Scolari's resignation...

    Varoon Bose Written by Varoon Bose about 5 days ago 560 reads 0 comments

  5. Brazilian Football Needs Major Overhaul Ahead of 2018 World Cup

    Over a week has now passed since the most humbling result in the history of Brazilian football, quite possibly the most shocking in the world game...

    Robbie Blakeley Written by Robbie Blakeley about 6 days ago 11,221 reads 49 comments

  6. Problems Facing Brazilian Soccer Are Complex, Run Across Multiple Levels

    BELO HORIZONTE, Brazil – Now that the dust has settled and the visiting fans and teams have packed up and gone home – their suitcases filled with for the most part happy memories – it is time to look back and reflect...

    Ilario Huober Written by Ilario Huober about 8 days ago 1,115 reads 0 comments

  7. Ranking 10 Most Likely Successors to Luiz Felipe Scolari

    Luiz Felipe Scolari has been relieved of his duties and Brazil are on the hunt for a new manager to take their national side forward ahead of the 2018 World Cup in Russia...

    Christopher Atkins Written by Christopher Atkins about 8 days ago 4,145 reads 11 comments

  8. 10 Players Brazil Should Bring in from the Cold Immediately

    Brazil ended its World Cup campaign with two devastating losses. As a result, Luiz Felipe Scolari decided to step down after a meeting with the Brazilian Football Confederation, as reported by Kieran Gill of The Daily Mail ...

    Hugo Chavez Barroso Written by Hugo Chavez Barroso about 9 days ago 8,251 reads 32 comments

  9. Ranking Luiz Felipe Scolari Amongst All-Time Brazil Bosses

    It is fair to say that Brazil's tumultuous ending to the 2014 World Cup, including their 7-1 semifinal defeat to eventual champions Germany, has left Luiz Felipe Scolari's reputation battered and bruised...

    Christopher Atkins Written by Christopher Atkins about 9 days ago 1,113 reads 2 comments

  10. Brazil Faces Up to the Sobering Reality of Its World Cup Hangover

    The Seleção never quite made it to their own party at the Maracanã but despite the massive disappointment on the pitch, the real legacy of 2014 could be a change of attitudes...

    Eric Drobny Written by Eric Drobny about 9 days ago 1,268 reads 0 comments

  11. Predicting the Brazil Squad for the 2018 World Cup

    With the 2014 World Cup now complete, attention is now turning to the future directions of many sides involved in the tournament and what state they may be in come 2018...

    Christopher Atkins Written by Christopher Atkins about 9 days ago 9,054 reads 30 comments

  12. 7 Possible Replacements for Brazil Head Coach Luiz Felipe Scolari

    Brazil head coach Luiz Felipe Scolari has resigned from his role with the national team after a disappointing World Cup on home soil, as BBC Sport reported...

    Ian Rodgers Written by Ian Rodgers about 9 days ago 11,102 reads 14 comments

  13. Luiz Felipe Scolari Doomed to Failure in Brazil World Cup Bid

    And so, the tale reached its inevitable conclusion. Failure in the World Cup has seen Luiz Felipe Scolari leave his post as coach of Brazil, having offered his resignation following Saturday's defeat to Holland...

    Robbie Blakeley Written by Robbie Blakeley about 9 days ago 20,553 reads 22 comments

  14. Luiz Felipe Scolari Resigns from Brazil: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

    Updates from Monday, July 14 Luiz Felipe Scolari 's resignation was confirmed on Monday (via Rupert Fryer of BrasilGlobalTour.com): Earlier, Jack Davies of Goal...

    Matt Fitzgerald Written by Matt Fitzgerald about 11 days ago 42,653 reads 88 comments

  15. Fred Retires from International Football

    Fred has retired from international football after Brazil's disappointing World Cup campaign came to an end.....

    Sam Rooke Written by Sam Rooke about 11 days ago 417 reads 0 comments

  16. Where Does Brazil's 2014 World Cup Campaign Rank Historically?

    Brazil’s 2014 World Cup campaign will be remembered as a huge disappointment despite finishing in the top four of the tournament...

    Hugo Chavez Barroso Written by Hugo Chavez Barroso about 11 days ago 13,550 reads 7 comments

  17. Neymar Interrupts Brazil's Post-Match Press Conference to Give Scolari a Hug

    Things were going just fine in Brazil's World Cup campaign until Neymar injured his spine in the quarter-finals against Colombia. From there...not so much. With Neymar , Brazil were unbeaten and had outscored opponents 10-4 in five matches...

    BR-UK Staff Written by BR-UK Staff about 11 days ago 161,851 reads 39 comments

  18. Luiz Felipe Scolari Leaves His Brazil Future with CBF as Julio Cesar Steps Down

    Brazil head coach Luiz Felipe Scolari will leave a decision on his future to the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) after his team ended the World Cup with another disappointing defeat...

    Ian Rodgers Written by Ian Rodgers about 11 days ago 7,315 reads 11 comments

  19. 6 Players Brazil Should Turn to Following 2014 World Cup Collapse

    It’s unlikely that Fred will be wearing the canary strip of the Brazilian national team anytime again soon, if ever...

    Jerrad Peters Written by Jerrad Peters about 12 days ago 17,830 reads 71 comments

  20. 'The Fans Have Feelings Too' – Chelsea's Oscar and Brazil Captain Thiago Silva

    Brazil captain Thiago Silva admits that the fans have every right to boo the Selecao, following another gutless performance at the World Cup...

    Ilario Huober Written by Ilario Huober about 12 days ago 2,900 reads 0 comments

  21. Neymar's Presence Would Not Have Prevented Brazil's Disastrous End at World Cup

    Brazil bowed out of the 2014 World Cup with a 3-0 defeat to Netherlands in the third-place match on Saturday, and the shambolic performance proved that Neymar 's enviable talents would not have been enough to carry this squad to World Cup glory...

    Nate Loop Written by Nate Loop about 12 days ago 2,388 reads 3 comments

  22. Scolari: 'I Will Not Resign'

    Luiz Felipe Scolari will not resign after Brazil's humiliating World Cup campaign. “The Federation will decide...

    Ilario Huober Written by Ilario Huober about 12 days ago 1,414 reads 3 comments

  23. The Netherlands Add to Brazil Woes as Defeat Highlights Deficiencies

    Given the Netherlands head coach Louis van Gaal's dismissive attitude toward the third-place play-off fixture this week, fans could have been forgiven for expecting Brazil to triumph over a side whose mind was already elsewhere...

    Christopher Atkins Written by Christopher Atkins about 12 days ago 34,337 reads 120 comments

  24. Oscar: 'It's a Terrible Feeling'

    Oscar: "It's a terrible feeling. There's no words to describe it... We have to look at our mistakes and try to plan the future...

    Ilario Huober Written by Ilario Huober about 12 days ago 93 reads 0 comments

  25. Dear Neymar: An Open Letter from Henry Winter to Brazil's Biggest Star

    Dear Neymar, We visitors to your country feel like we're intruding on private grief. Brazil seems in mourning after your cruelly timed, cynically inflicted injury, the damage wrought ...

    Ilario Huober Written by Ilario Huober about 12 days ago 572 reads 0 comments