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Ronaldo Names 3 Managers Brazil Should Consider As Tite’s Replacement.

Ronaldo De Lima has made it clear that he would dearly want for the Brazilian Football authorities to select one of Pep Guadiola, Carlo Ancelotti, or Jose Mourinho to be the team's next head coach.

Lima made his remarks a few days after Brazil was eliminated from the 2022 World Cup in Qatar after losing to Croatia in the quarterfinal match, a result that hurt players like Neymar and Rodrygo.

After the game, Tite resigned as Brazil's head coach, and the nation's football authorities are now seeking for a replacement.

According to the ESPN article, De Lima stated that he would want to see any of the three coaches mentioned become the next head coach.

Ronaldo made a remark.

I would adore for Guardiola, Ancelotti, or Mourinho to lead Brazil as manager. I would really like to see that.

Neymar names five athletes.

Earlier, Neymar Jr., a Brazilian star, named the five players he thinks are more technically skilled than him, according to Sports Brief.

The star forward, who is regarded as one of the best players in the world, is currently competing for Brazil in the Qatar 2022 World Cup.

The 30-year-old failed to lead his team to victory as the Samba Boys lost in the quarterfinals.

The South American football juggernauts were defeated by Croatia, who eliminated them following a thrilling penalty shootout.

Neymar has now weighed in on the players that he believes possess greater technical prowess than he does.

Neymar sends message to Tite Sports Brief also covered how Croatia stunned Brazil on penalties in the quarterfinal of the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup, ruining Brazil's hopes of a record-extending sixth World Cup victory.

Even though the Selecao had arguably the most skilled team at the World Cup, they were not expected to win the competition. This is how brutal football is.

For some, especially Neymar, who have competed in their final World Cup, the elimination is the most painful. The PSG player is open about his feelings.

He has already written a lengthy and thoughtful statement for outgoing head coach Tite on Instagram, outlining both his first impressions of him and his feelings after they collaborated.

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