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Ancelotti To Coach Brazil From Next Summer

Ancelotti To Coach Brazil From Next Summer

Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti is set to take over as the coach of the Selecao (The Selection) of Brazil next summer.

The gaffer has been linked to the Brazil national team throughout the 2022/23 season with the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) keen on appointing him.

Relevo reported that a deal has been agreed upon for Ancelotti to take over as Brazil Head Coach Brazil after the expiration of his contract with Real Madrid in 2024.

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Tite stepped down as coach of Brazil after the team’s quarter-final ouster at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

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Ramon Menzes has been Brazil’s interim coach since the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup tournament.

Ancelotti has won the UEFA Champions League four times, twice with AC Milan (2002/03, 2006/06) and twice with Real Madrid (2013/14, 2021/22).

By Toju Sote


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  • Four four two 9 months ago

    Is Brazil richer than Nigeria to be able to afford such a high caliber coach while Nigeria keep hiring Okrika according to my friend Pompei

    • Lollipops 9 months ago

      @ Four Four two, please tell me you are joking with your questions. Try research Brazil more before you ask your questions next time.  

      • pompei 9 months ago

        I think Four four two asked a valid question. Even without oil revenues, Nigeria should still be able to afford an Ancelotti type coach if our administrators were sincere and competent. With the millions of barrels of crude oil we export on a daily basis, how is it that we can’t? Additionally, if NFF knew how to properly market our football, we would not even need our government’s help. So, I join Four four two in asking – IF BRAZIL CAN HIRE A HIGH CALIBER COACH, WHY CAN NIGERIA NOT DO THE SAME?

        • Lollipops 9 months ago

          @ Pompei,  to answer your question  – Brazil is richer and well organized compare to Nigeria. Also, Brazil FA Executives are focus, ambitious and  eager to take Brazil football to the next level.  

          Please note, Nigeria  has the resources and capacity to hire any coach in this  world  but we have  Corrupt politicians as our president, Governors, Ministers and FA Executives running around with big big Agbada clothes without vision for our  country and our Football. 

          Our Corrupt politicians  as I mentioned them above are more focused on  enriching  themselves and running Nigeria down the drains. 

          • pompei 9 months ago

            Lollipops, that’s it exactly. We all agree on this. Nigeria has the resources to hire any coach we want. It’s up to NFF to explain why they haven’t done that.

    • Dr. Drey 9 months ago

      Brazil hosted the World Cup and Olympics in the space of 2 years within the last decade.

      I hope that answers your question….?

      • Look the money our efcc chairman and central bank governor koloby will host the two events for us with some change left.

        • Dr. Drey 9 months ago

          Why e never host am…??

          The last time I checked, your country lost the right to host the ordinary FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup that was awarded to Costa Rica to host last year due to poor facilities.

          Your country can only boast of 1 stadium that currently meets FIFA standards.

          Argentina just hosted the U20 World Cup with just 3 months (or thereabout) of preparations. The last time we hosted the U20 World Cup, it took a whole 8 years to be ready to host it.

          Fix all those things first before thinking of employing a $2m per month worth of a coach

    • You asked a very valid questions my dear friend…..Every sincere and patriotic Nigerian should ask such question…..We can afford any coach in world football but corruption, nepotism, Favouritsm, quota system, will not allow us…… You can not tell Anceloti to invite inactive players……you can not tell Anceloti to share his salary with you…… you can not tell Anceloti to ignore active and superiorly talented players then face the media to lie to the whole world calling it an excuse……you can not owe Anceloti his wages…….That is the problem that makes world class coaches avoid us….. Money is not Nigeria’s problem.

    • Lollipops 9 months ago

      @ Four Four two,  to answer your question  – Brazil is richer and well organized compare to Nigeria. Also, Brazil FA Executives are focus, ambitious and  eager to take Brazil football to the next level.  

      Please note, Nigeria  has the resources and capacity to hire any coach in this  world  but we have  Corrupt politicians as our president, Governors, Ministers and FA Executives running around with big big Agbada clothes without vision for our  country and our Football. 

      Our Corrupt politicians  as I mentioned them above are more focused on  enriching  themselves and running Nigeria down the drains. 

  • Respect is reciprocal 9 months ago

    Brazil is far well placed than Nigeria economically besides this Carlos can not coach any African country this will drag his high profile reputation in the mud. Some coaches can’t take Nigerian job no matter the money involved.

  • chuks haifa 9 months ago

    Your money will get you any coach you want. Otto Gloria once coached Nigeria. He was world class as at that time.

    • pompei 9 months ago

      I agree with you. If we approach even Pep Guardiola and offer him double the amount he is making at Man City, Pep will come to Nigeria. You can take that to the bank. As long as he gets a guarantee that he will be paid his salary when due, and NFF will give him a free hand to work, the guy go land for Naija. Talent follows money. If we make Pep an offer he can’t refuse, he will report for duty immediately.

  • Dr. Drey 9 months ago

    With this Brazil’s male and female national team coaches will be foreign coaches.

    It seems Brazil does not have ex-internationals…….LMAOOOo

    When people know what they are doing, competence will come first for them, ahead of colour, tribe or nationality.

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