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Sao Paulo president Julio Casares tells Ednaldo he doesn't want to lose Dorival Junior to the Brazilian national team

Sao Paulo president Julio Casares tells Ednaldo he doesn't want to lose Dorival Junior to the Brazilian national team

Sao Paulo president Julio Casares tells Ednaldo he doesn't want to lose Dorival Junior to the Brazilian national team (Photo by Alexander Schneider/Getty Images)

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São Paulo club president Julio Casares commented that he did not want to lose coach Dorival Junior to the Brazilian national team. The conversation took place on Thursday (4) after Ednado was reappointed to the CBF following a court order from the STF Minister, according to information from journalist Andre Hernán, from UOL.

Even before Fernando Diniz took over as coach of the Seleção, Ednaldo sought out Fluminense president Mario Bettencourt and agreed the work would be split between the Tricolor club and the national team. Now, he has also decided to seek out the President of Sao Paulo for a comment on the same topic.

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After being rejected by Carlo Ancelotti, who renewed his contract with Real Madrid, Sao Paulo coach Dorival became a target for the CBF president to take over as the final coach.


Even before Fernando Diniz was chosen to coach the Brazilian national team, Dorival Junior's name was already one of the names mentioned by Ednaldo himself.

According to information published by the Globo Esporte website, the names on the table of the President of the Brazilian Federation, alongside coach Dorival Junior, is former player Filipe Luis, who retired from football with Flamengo at the end of last year. The former player took courses at the Brazilian Federation's academy and wants to become a coach. His latest qualifications have already allowed him to coach youth teams (B licence) and professional teams (A licence).

Following the departure of coach Rogerio Ceni, São Paulo wasted no time and already announced the arrival of Dorival Junior, in April last year. So far, he has led the Sao Paulo team in 54 matches, in which he has achieved 25 victories. He also led the team to lift the unprecedented Brazilian Cup trophy at the expense of Flamengo, which is the last team the coach led before arriving in Sao Paulo.

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