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Dunga may quit as Brazil coach


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PORT ELIZABETH – Dunga has hinted he will not stay on as coach of the Brazilian national team following the elimination to the Netherlands in the quarter-finals of the World Cup.Dunga took over after the 2006 World Cup on a four-year contract. He has previously said that he wasn’t expected to continue even if the team won the competition in South Africa.The 46-year-old coach said that “everybody knew from the start that my contract was for four years”, without elaborating.Dunga revamped the Brazilian team after the loss to France in the 2006 quarter-finals with successful results. (AP)


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