Dunga fields Neymar and seven World Cup players
Carlos Dunga has revealed some of his plans in his first practice session as Brazil's new head coach. Filipe Luis, Miranda and Diego Tardelli were the novelties.
The 50-year old coach is in charge of Brazil for a second time, after leading Brazil to the quarter-finals at the 2010 World Cup.
Yesterday, Brazil held a first practice session in Miami ahead of its friendly against Colombia. The first team was made up of eight World Cup players, including Neymar, and newcomers Filip Luis, Miranda and Diego Tardelli.
Dunga is expected to play a 4-2-2-2 formation with the following eleven players: Jefferson, Maicon, Miranda, David Luiz and Fillipe Luis; Luiz Gustavo and Ramires; Oscar and Willian; Neymar and Diego Tardelli.