Brazil’s World Cup worries

“‘I’m happy. You may not believe it but I’m really happy,’ beamed Brazilian coach Dunga following his side’s 4-2 win over Chile in Salvador on Wednesday night. Dunga, unlike his Argentine counterpart Diego Maradona, should have reasons to be cheerful. World Cup qualification was guaranteed by Brazil’s dismissive defeat of Argentina last weekend and his team are the current Copa America and Confederations Cup holders. But Dunga rarely seems happier than when he is locked in battle with his country’s demanding fans and press corps – and neither side is contemplating a truce in the conflict.” (WSC)

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