‘Twice in the quarterfinals’ with Neymar… Brazilian coach Chichi reported that he rejected the Korean coaching tower.

There was a local report that Chichi, the former Brazilian coach, had turned down the Korean national soccer team coaching job. 

On the 21st, the Brazilian TNT broadcast quoted the local radio station’Gaucha’ and said that coach Chichi was offered to lead Korea until the 2026 World Cup qualifiers in North and Central America, but he declined. 

Coach Chichi is the commander who led the Brazilian national team until the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

He voluntarily resigned after the Qatar Games and is currently without an enemy. The Korea Football Association contacted him for appointment, but it is news that coach Chichi rejected it.

Coach Chichi, who took the helm of the Brazilian national team in 2016 after serving as coach of the prestigious Corinthians in Brazil, has achieved achievements such as winning the Copa America in 2019 and runner-up in the Copa America in 2021. After losing the Copa America final in July 2021, he went undefeated in 17 international matches (14 wins, 3 draws) until the second leg of the Qatar World Cup group stage.  토토사이트

However, he had no ties to winning the World Cup. At the 2018 World Cup in Russia, he failed to cross the threshold of the quarterfinals, and in the 2022 Qatar tournament, he won 2 wins and 1 loss in the group stage and won 4-1 against Korea in the round of 16, but was knocked out early by Croatia in the quarterfinals.

His performance with an outstanding star player named Neymar is shabby.

As a result, coach Chichi voluntarily resigned after losing in the quarterfinals, ending his six-and-a-half-year stint with the Brazilian national team.

Meanwhile, after the resignation of former coach Paulo Bento, the Korea Football Association (KFA) is looking for a new head coach, led by Michael Müller.

Recently, former Valencia (Spain) coach Jose Bordalas was mentioned as a candidate through Spanish media, but the Korea Football Association said, “Considering the specificity of the negotiations for the appointment of a coach, all future processes will be conducted in private.”

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