Carlo Ancelotti could be Brazil’s next coach


The possibility of Carlo Ancelotti becoming the new head coach of the national team was discussed by Ednaldo Rodrigues, president of the Brazilian Football Confederation, in an interview with “Reuters.” He urged the supporters and players to have “faith in God.”

The next manager of Brazil may be Carlo Ancelotti. Numerous “Selecao” players are aware of the reality; it is not even a well-kept secret. In fact, the coach frequently makes fun of it with players like Vinicius and Rodrygo. In actuality, Ednaldo Rodrigues, the president of his Confederation, spoke to “Reuters” about it prior to the Selecao’s game against Morocco.

“The players have the utmost regard for Ancelotti. Not only Vinicius or Ronaldo Nazario, but every player who has ever played for him. I have a lot of respect for him because of how he approaches his profession honestly and consistently. No need to introduce him. He is a top coach who has accomplished a lot, and we hope he can accomplish much more” he said.

“Ancelotti is not just a player favorite, but also, it would appear, a fan favorite. He is the first name the supporters in every stadium I visit in Brazil ask me about. In honor of the excellent work he has done during his career, they speak well of him” said the manager, who hasn’t spoken to the Italian in person yet out of respect for his Real Madrid contract.

While searching for a new coach for the Brazil national team, he said, “Let’s have faith in God, let’s wait for the proper moment, and let’s see if we can make it happen.” The ‘Merengue’ coach Carlo Ancelotti’s contract expires in June 2024, but he may be subject to a review at the conclusion of the current campaign, in which he still has to contend for the Champions League and the Copa del Rey.

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