Alexandre Gallo to stay as Brazil coach at least until the end of U20 World Cup
CBF president José Marin has reportedly decided to stick with the 47-year-old at least until this summer's U20 World Cup.
Brazil finished 4th in the recently ended U20 South American championship and CBF were unhappy with the results, claiming that collective football wasn't seen from the team. According to UOL Esporte, CBF president's decision to keep Gallo as coach of the U20 and Olympic team is against the wish of Brazil national team coach Dunga and coordinator Gilmar Rinaldi. They both wanted Gallo to resign from the post, but Marin insisted Gallo would stay after a meeting in Rio de Janeiro. During the meeting, Gallo would've argued that it wouldn't be fair to sack him based on the results of Brazil's U20 team as he's also in charge of the U23 Olympic team which wouldn't include many players from the U20 squad for Rio-2016.