Dunga’s big hint he will not stay on with Brazil
Port Elizabeth: Brazil coach Dunga made it clear that he would not be continuing in the job after his side lost 2-1 to Netherlands in their World Cup quarter-final on Friday.
Asked about his future, he told reporters: “We knew when I started that I would be here for four years.”
“It’s sad, it’s difficult, nobody prepares to lose.”
Dunga replaced Carlos Alberto Parreira in July 2006, immediately after the last World Cup.
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