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Vitor Pereira makes the decision to stay at Corinthians

Coach Vitor Pereira has already made his decision whether to continue or not to continue Corinthians in the next season. His current association with the club continues until the end of this year, and official talks will not take place until after the 2022 competitions are over.

as you specify sports newspaperHowever, the VP’s wish is to stay in Timão in 2023, in line with what the Corinthians principals want as well. So the only obstacle is your family.

After a reality check regarding the Brazilian calendar, the short line-up and the lack of options on the bench, the coach is used to the club’s environment and even loves the pressure Corinthians put into his daily life.

In addition, the full support he receives from the top management, in addition to hearing him regarding some reinforcements, made him think about business continuity. The clearest examples are those that came from Fausto Vera and Yuri Alberto.

The first was a token request from Vitor Pereira, and Alfinegro paid a large sum to be able to count on the former Argentinos Juniors midfielder. VP funded the purchase and said it would pay off in the future for the club.

The central attacker has the characteristics that a leader demands, especially age. By the way, it is already identical: there are five goals and an assist in 14 matches.

The only obstacle for the coach to stay in Brazil for another year is his family, as he himself said. His mother-in-law has a health problem that prevents her from moving to the country, which does not allow his wife and children to relocate. And recently, stressing that he will only talk about renewal at the end of the season, Updated status:

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“The big question is my family (staying at the club or not). I have to understand if I have family stability, if my family is at the moment where they can afford another year away from home or not,” he said.

Vitor Pereira and his coaching staff have played 49 matches, with 19 wins, 16 draws and 14 defeats since arriving at Corinthians in February of this year.

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