Romário wishes luck to Luiz Felipe Scolari and Carlos Alberto Parreira
Former Brazil striker Romário has wished Luiz Felipe Scolari and Carlos Alberto Parreira luck with their reported new roles.
According to reports across all major Brazilian platforms, former Chelsea boss Luiz Felipe Scolari is set to become the new manager of the Brazil National Team and Carlos Alberto Parreira is tipped to take-over as director.
Former coach Mano Menezes was sacked last week, which led to the resignation of director Andres Sanchez, and Romário Tweeted the message to the duo.
He said: "I wish luck to my friends Parreira and Scolari.
"Thank God these incompetents at CBF hit at least once. I'm sure now that the wrongs things that happened [under Menezes] will cease to happen. They will summon the best players at the moment [to play for Brazil]."
Romário , who won the World Cup with the Seleção in 1994, was an outspoken critic of Menezes during the coach’s time in charge.
The 46-year-old enjoyed an 18-year career representing his country, scoring 71 times in 85 appearances.