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Brazil are lining up Adenor Leonardo Bacchi (Tite) to replace Luiz Felipe Scolari after the World Cup
Rio de Janeiro based newspaper Extra has announced that Adenor Leonardo Bacchi, better known as simply Tite, is to replace Luiz Felipe Scolari after the World Cup.
Tite is best well known for having won the Copa do Brasil with Gremio in 2001, the Copa Sul-Americana with Internacional in 2008, and the Brazilian Championship plus the Club World Cup with Corinthians.
Having won everything he could win with Timão, Tite, 52-years-old, has been unattached from any team since 2013.
During that time he is said to have held several internships in Europe, and now Extra claim the the Brazilian football federation is lining him up as their new boss.
- Updated: May 1, 2014