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#1: After stepping down, Parreira

Posted on 2006-07-21 05:49:00 by Victoria Barrett

[...might be gearing up to be manager of the the host country's WC
2010 in South Africa. Apparently, Kashima Antler's Paulo Autouri
(ex-Peru NT manager) is the man on everyone's lips, as Brazil's
possible future manager. What are the other options?]

RIO DE JANEIRO (AFP) - Former Brazil coach Carlos Alberto Parreira
could be handed the job of leading South Africa at the 2010 World Cup
finals, it was reported.

"The business with South Africa is serious, very serious," he told the
O Estado newspaper, adding that he could take up the reins at the
start of next year.

Parreira resigned as Brazil coach on Wednesday following the team's
disappointing quarter-finals exit at the hands of France at the World
Cup in Germany.

Courtesy:
<a href="http://sports.yahoo.com/sow/news?slug=afp-fblwc2010rsabra&amp;prov=afp&amp;type=lgns" target="_blank"> http://sports.yahoo.com/sow/news?slug=afp-fblwc2010rsabra&am p;prov=afp&amp;type=lgns</a>

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#2: Re: After stepping down, Parreira

Posted on 2006-07-21 17:35:16 by jesuspetry

Victoria Barrett wrote:
&gt; [...might be gearing up to be manager of the the host country's WC
&gt; 2010 in South Africa. Apparently, Kashima Antler's Paulo Autouri
&gt; (ex-Peru NT manager) is the man on everyone's lips, as Brazil's
&gt; possible future manager. What are the other options?]

Wanderley Luxemburgo, as ever.
Then some timid talk about Muricy Ramalho.

Tchau!
Jesus Petry

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#3: Re: After stepping down, Parreira

Posted on 2006-07-22 00:53:35 by lcmello

Jesus Petry wrote:
&gt; Victoria Barrett wrote:
&gt; &gt; [...might be gearing up to be manager of the the host country's WC
&gt; &gt; 2010 in South Africa. Apparently, Kashima Antler's Paulo Autouri
&gt; &gt; (ex-Peru NT manager) is the man on everyone's lips, as Brazil's
&gt; &gt; possible future manager. What are the other options?]
&gt;
&gt; Wanderley Luxemburgo, as ever.
&gt; Then some timid talk about Muricy Ramalho.

Luxemburgo has the competence needed to the job. Howerver, his
intangibles are a liability, IMHO.

&gt; Tchau!
&gt; Jesus Petry

Abra=E7os,

Luiz Mello

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#4: Re: After stepping down, Parreira

Posted on 2006-07-22 01:46:43 by lleo.spamblock

&quot;Clément&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:lcmello&#64;ig.com.br" target="_blank">lcmello&#64;ig.com.br</a>&gt; escreveu na mensagem
news:<a href="mailto:1153522415.610138.178190&#64;i3g2000cwc.googlegroups.com..." target="_blank">1153522415.610138.178190&#64;i3g2000cwc.googlegroups.com...</a>
&gt; Jesus Petry wrote:
&gt;&gt; Victoria Barrett wrote:
&gt;&gt; &gt; [...might be gearing up to be manager of the the host country's WC
&gt;&gt; &gt; 2010 in South Africa. Apparently, Kashima Antler's Paulo Autouri
&gt;&gt; &gt; (ex-Peru NT manager) is the man on everyone's lips, as Brazil's
&gt;&gt; &gt; possible future manager. What are the other options?]
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt; Wanderley Luxemburgo, as ever.
&gt;&gt; Then some timid talk about Muricy Ramalho.
&gt;
&gt; Luxemburgo has the competence needed to the job. Howerver, his
&gt; intangibles are a liability, IMHO.

Somewhere I have seen Dunga been mentioned (I didn't know he was a manager),
but this probably wasn't serious. I could see Autuori doing a good job
there.

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