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Tite is in the ranking of the best coaches in the world

Tite is in the ranking of the best coaches in the world

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Technical FlamingoTite ranks 29th in the magazine’s “Four Four Two” ranking.

Hey Flamingo Tite was hired in October. The former coach of the Brazilian national team arrived at Mes Querido to replace the Argentine Jorge Sampaoli. Now the current leader in red and black has appeared in the rating of the best coaches in the world.

According to the classification issued by the English magazine “Four Four Two” last Monday (06), Tite ranks 29th as the best coach in the world. It is important to emphasize that the list includes only Brazilian coaches. In this way in addition to the commander Flamingothe other representative from Brazil is Fernando Dinizl FluminenseWhich appears in 22nd place.

Top 5 weight

The leader of the standings is Spaniard Pep Guardiola, from Manchester City (ING). Rounding out the top five: Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool, England), Carlo Ancelotti (Real Madrid, Spain), Mikel Arteta (Arsenal, England) and Thomas Tuchel (Bayer Munich, Germany).

In addition to Tite and Fernando Diniz, another coach of Brazilian clubs appeared in the ranking of the best in the world. This is the Portuguese Abel Ferreira, who heads Palmeiras. As a result, the current São Paulo coach appears in 14th place on the list.

Tite’s goal against Flamengo

Hey Flamingo Tite was hired with the aim of winning a direct place for the next edition of the Libertadores da América, in 2024. However, Mes Querido is currently outside the classification zone for the continental tournament. This is because the team occupies sixth place in the Brazilian League table with 53 points.

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Tite has made his decision with Flamengo

despite of Brazilian Championship Being in the final stage, the title fight was left open after leaders Botafogo lost to Vasco last Monday (06). And with this Flamingo He has a great opportunity to change the course of the competition. To do this, they must beat Palmeiras in an “early decision” that will be played on Wednesday (08).

now Flamingo Palmeiras will host, at the Maracanã Stadium, in the 33rd round of the Brazilian Championship, on Wednesday (08). The two teams will face off at 9:30 pm (Brasilia time), with the match broadcast live Column, no, on YouTube. Furthermore, both Rede Globo, on open television, and Premiere, on pay-per-view, broadcast the ‘six points’ match.

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