The Brazilian football Confederation announced the name of the new head coach of the local national team.
Official website of the Brazilian football Confederation confirmed the appointment of a new head coach, 55-year-old Titus, who, for the start of an international career left Corinthians.
“At the exit of the airport I was told that now I’m being followed 200 million fans. I understand the responsibility laid on me, but I’m willing to work to improve our team. Our goal is to qualify for the 2018 world Cup,” said the new head coach of the Selecao.
Titus coaching career started in 1990. With the exception of two short-term assignments in the UAE as the new coach of Brazil worked exclusively at home. The main successes of Titus related to “Korintiansom – Timau” the Brazilian has twice won the national championship and took the Copa Libertadores.
The post of chief coach of the national team of Brazil Titus replaced Dunga, who was fired after the failure in the Copa America. Brazilians for the first time in 30 years failed to qualify in the playoffs of the Copa America, losing in the final match of the group stage against Peru.