New Internacional coach Dunga: Little talk, lots of work
The new Internacional coach Dunga gave his first press conference in charge of the Porto Alegre club on Friday and told reporters that he expects “little talk and lot’s of work” from his players.
Dunga, 49, who started and ended his playing career with Internacional, is keen to get to work at the club and will use pre-season as a way to get to know the player’s at his disposal.
“It was a normal conversation (with the players),” he told reporters of his first training meetings with the squad.
“It is not my nature to do the exciting speeches, promising something crazy. It is working on a daily basis. Little talk, lots of work.”
The former Brazil coach, who left after the Seleção were knocked out of the 2010 World Cup at the quarter-final stage, will use the team’s training camp to Serra Gaúcha to really analyse his player’s.
“A pre-season is good to know the players a little and to live together. Being able to analyse individual’s behaviour, not only physically but technically.
“Developing the ideas of the technical team. The group is virtually the same, but it is a coaching staff that is working differently.
“We know the group is not set with all players who will be part of the squad. But having a good squad, with numerous options, opportunities and everyone will need to be prepared.”
Source: Globo Esporte