1994 World Cup winner Jorginho set to be Brazil assistant manager again
1994 World Cup winner Jorginho is set to leave Al Wasl and become Brazil national team assistant manager.
The Brazilian Football Confederation is set to announce Luiz Felipe Scolari’s successor today and Sport360.com believe Jorginho will be part of the coaching set up.
Dunga is set to be appointed as the next Brazil head coach and once again Jorginho will be his assistant boss.
The duo were together between 2006 and 2010 but were both relieved of their duties after a poor 2010 World Cup campaign.
Since then the 49-year-old has been manager of various Brazilian clubs like Figueirense, Flamengo and Ponte Preta and most recently Al Wasl.
Jorginho was only appointed manager of the United Arab Emirates club seven weeks ago and is set to leave without managing a single game.
New Brazil technical commission head Gilmar is looking to reunite with his former team mates of 1994.
Gilmar, Dunga and Jorginho were all part of the World Cup win in 1994 and now they are set to head the next generation of Brazilian football.