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Luiz Felipe Scolari is no longer coach of the Guild

Luiz Felipe Scolari is no longer coach of the Guild

The Porto Alegre Gremio announced on Monday the dismissal of coach Luiz Felipe Scolari after the defeat suffered in his visit to Santos by 1-0, a result that leaves the ‘Tricolor Gaúcho’ with 23 points in the relegation zone, occupying the nineteenth classification position.

The decision came after a meeting in which the separation of ‘Felipao’ was signed by mutual agreement, together with his assistants Carlos Pracidelli, Paulo Turra and the physical trainer Anselmo Sbragia, according to the club in a statement.

«The club appreciates the commitment and respect to the coach and his team with the institution during the work period. At the same time, Luiz Felipe recorded his gratitude to the Guild: “I will continue to be a union member, as I always was and always will be,” said the document.

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The champion with Brazil of the 2002 World Cup and the 2013 Confederations Cup arrived at the Rio Grande do Sul club last July, and made his debut with a defeat against Palmeiras as a visitor, 2-0, in a game belonging to the 10th day of the Brasileirao.

In total there were 23 matches between Serie A, the Gaúcha Football Federation Cup, the Brazil Cup and the South American Cup – it was eliminated from the last two by Flamengo and Liga de Quito, respectively – with a balance of 10 victories, 10 defeats and 3 ties.

This was Scolari’s fourth stage at the head of the Gremio, a team in which he completed 385 directed matches and with which he won a Copa Libertadores (1995), a Recopa Sudamericana (1996), three Gaucho championships (1987, 1995 and 1996). a Brazilian Cup (1994) and a Brazilian championship (1996).

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At 72, Scolari has been the technical director of other Brazilian squads such as Palmeiras, Cruzeiro, Goiás, Juventude and foreign clubs such as Chelsea (England), Al-Ahli (Saudi Arabia), Júbilo Iwata (Japan), Bunyodkor ( Uzbekiztán), in addition to those selected from Portugal and Kuwait. EFE (HN)

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