Dunga reveals the huge pressure in managing Seleção
Dunga laughed off suggestions that England was the 'impossible job', stating managing Brazil was tougher.
Dunga is in his second spell as Brazil boss following a tenure between 2006-2010. Dunga told: "Brazil is like a continent. What the north wants is not what the south wants. There is no way you can please everybody. In Brazil, we have 200 million football coaches and everybody thinks they know. I don’t think of the pressure. I just get my job done and block it out. In Brazil, football is all people think about 24 hours a day. We are not really that engaged with politics or economics. It is football, football, football, football. the manager stays three or four years or sometimes even more. In Brazil, you lose a couple of matches and you are out."