Dunga: 'Brazil players enjoy a challenge'
Brazil coach anticipates plenty of competition at Copa América 2015, but believes his players will enjoy the challenge.
Dunga guided the Seleção to the trophy in the 2007 edition during his first spell in charge of the national team. He believes that the quality of other South American nations has since improved, although he feels his players will be up to the task. Dunga told Globo Esporte: "It will be complicated, as difficult as ever. Perhaps the toughest in recent years due to the growth of other South American teams, because there are many players in Europe. This year will have a few candidates. Chile, who are playing at home, and Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay who have all had good Copa América's recently. Colombia have become stronger because more of their players are featuring in Europe. It will be quite tricky, but it’s good. The Brazilian players like a challenge."