Dunga not offended by donkey chants
Internacional coach Dunga has admitted that being labeled a donkey does not offend him, suggesting he sees it as a compliment.
Dunga, who led the Seleção to the quarter-finals of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, was greeted by chants of “donkey, donkey” as his side drew with Vitoria on Thursday.
The 2-2 draw against the side nine places below them in the Brazilian championship was not taken very well by supporters, reports Reuters.
He told reporters: "Calling me a donkey doesn't offend me because they are one of the most hard-working animals.
"We're always under pressure and we always have to try and improve.
"It's not the first, nor the last, time that it's going to happen."
Inter, who visit Criciuma on Sunday, have drawn half of their 20 games in the competition, although they are still fifth in the 20-team table.