New stick for the CBF

06/09/2023 at 08:00


Jorge Jesus, who was one of the names that the Confederaçao was considering as plan B to be the new coach, will coach Saudi Arabia

Brazil still does not know who will take the reins of the Seleçao, after it was confirmed that Ancelotti will continue in Madrid

Follow the soap opera to find out who will be the new Brazilian coach. With each passing week, everything gets a little more complicated. Now, it is pointed out from Saudi Arabia that the Portuguese Jorge Jesus, who ends his contract on the 30th with Fenerbahçe, will be the new coach of the country until the end of the 2026 World Cup. His annual salary will be 10 million euros.

The charismatic Portuguese coach was one of the B plans managed by the Confederaçao Brasileirao de Futebol (CBF) to fill the vacancy of coachafter the departure of tite after the World Cup in Qatar. Jorge Jesus He left a very good taste in his mouth in the year he was at Flamengo (between 2019 and 2020) when he came to win five titles, including the 2019 Copa Libertadores, the second then for the Rio de Janeiro rubronegro.

Plan A for Brazil was Carlo Ancelotti, whom Florentino has pardoned despite his failures in the Champions League (where he was beaten by Manchester City of Pep Guardiola) and in LaLiga (won with great authority by Barça de xavni hernandez)

It has even been speculated that the president of the CBF, Ednaldo Rodrigues, would be willing to wait one more season for Ancelotti, to lead Brazil in the 2024 Copa América, which will be held in the United States.

Sanity, however, seems to be starting to take over. And the Confederaçao is already looking for other options. Now with the name of Jorge Jesus crossed out, the coach of Palmeiras, the Portuguese, wins integers Abel Ferreiraand that of Sao PauloDorival Junior, who won the last edition of the Copa LIbertadores with Flamengo.

The point is that Brazil is going to complete half a year without a coach. At the moment, Ramon Menezes, who is the Under-20 coach, occupies the position on an interim basis. It will be he who will lead the ‘Canarinha’ again, as he already did in March in the defeat against Morocco (2-1), in the two friendlies scheduled for this month: against Guinea, on June 17 at the RCDE Stadium, in Cornellà-El Pat, and, on June 20, against Senegal in Lisbon.

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