Sao Paulo boss Muricy Ramalho backs Dunga for Brazil postMuricy
Sao Paulo head coach Muricy Ramalho has suggested that Dunga would make a good replacement for Brazil's Luiz Felipe Scolari, should the former Selecao boss return to the role later this week.
Dunga, who coached the national side between 2006 and 2010, is many pundits' favourite to regain the position he relinquished to Scolari four years ago, and Muricy told reporters: "The work he did was good."
"The result at half-time against Holland was good."
Brazil were leading 1-0 thanks to Robinho's goal before Wesley Sneijder bagged twice for the Dutch in the second half to eliminate Dunga's men.
"45 minutes completely changed his life and the Brazilian national team. Time changed everything."
Ramalho himself has been linked with the post, but is thought to be quite happy at Sao Paulo, where the club have commissioned high profile signings such as Kaka, Alexandre Pato and Alan Kardec in recent times.