Robert Carlos criticises Dunga appointmentRoberto Carlos has been very critical of the CBF
Roberto Carlos has criticised the CBF’s decision to appoint Gilmar Rinaldi as technical coordinator and Dunga as head coach of the Seleção.
In a telephone interview with UOL Esporte, the 2002 World Cup winner was heavily critical of the CBF’s president José Maria Marin.
For Carlos, capped a total of 125 times for his country, a change is what was needed in Brazilian football, and not a repetition of the past.
“I’m not in favour of constantly changing the manager but a change was necessary after the World Cup.
“So what happens? They go and bring in Dunga who has already been a manager there, already been a player there and was under a lot of pressure when he was there.
“Nobody expected to see Gilmar involved, not least because most recently he’s been working as an agent. This isn’t normal.”
The 41-year-old, currently manager of Turkish side Sivasspor, went on to suggest that São Paulo coach Muricy Ramalho would have been a better choice to take over the reins of the Seleção.
“Everybody thought that it could have been Muricy.”