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CAN ZICO BECOME A COACH AGAIN?! FLAMENGO IDOL OPENED UP ABOUT HIS FUTURE

The former player is currently an advisor at Kashima Antlers, in Japan, but does he still want to have another experience as a coach?

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During a recent interview, at the red-black idol's own home, Zico opened up about the future. There is always a lot of expectation to hear about the plans of Flamengo's great idol. When asked if he would return to his coaching career, Arthur Antunes Coimbra was sincere and did not shy away from the answer, in a chat with the Coluna do Fla portal.

"I don't intend to (return to being a coach). I made a promise to myself that I would only work abroad. It gets very tiring and I'm not old enough to be away. In the life of a coach, when you think you're going to make a Nice work, with a certain amount of time, football doesn't allow that, because it only depends on the result. I received a lifetime offer from Kashima (Antlers, Japan), to be an advisor, work with sponsors, youth teams, fans. So, I preferred to stay at it, without worrying about results", said Zico.

Zico's first job as a coach was in 2001, when he took over the team at Centro de Formação Zico (CFZ). Afterwards, the Flamengo idol accumulated spells in Japanese, Turkish, Uzbek, Russian, Greek, Iraqi, Qatari and Indian football. Therefore, the former number 10 never took over a significant Brazilian club.

"Here in Brazil, I have some television projects [...], I have my channel, I speak all over Brazil. It's no longer possible to take over my coaching career. It took ten years of work, with good results. That's it. Yes (of being officially retired from coaching). It's not my desire to be a football coach", added Zico.

< Zico gives up his coaching career and is currently part of the Kashima Antlers (JAP) advisory team. This is because the ‘red-black god’ is also treated as an idol in the Japanese club, where he played and revolutionized the sport between 1991 and 1994.



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MARCOS BRAZ OPENS UP ON THE POSSIBILITY OF NEYMAR AT FLAMENGO - CHECK OUT

The club's vice president of football spoke about the star

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The Brazilian Championship has a new leader! On Thursday night (13), Flamengo beat Grêmio 2-1, at Maracanã, with two beautiful goals from Luiz Araújo, while Edenílson scored for the visitors, in a game valid for the 8th round of the Brasileirão.

Neymar was one of the highlights in the Maracanã stands this Thursday, watching Flamengo's 2-1 victory over Grêmio. The Brazilian star's presence fueled speculation about a possible transfer to Rubro-Negro with a view to the World Cup 2025. However, the club's vice-president of football, Marcos Braz, ruled out any negotiations at the moment, emphasizing Neymar's commitment to Al Hilal (SAU) until June 2025.

— A his presence here... I hope he recovers as quickly as possible and can be on the field. There is no closer relationship (with Flamengo). I know where you (reporter) are going. Any player his size would be welcome here. Neymar has a long contract where he is. I think it's crazy to think about this signing at this moment. I think it's unfair that we even joke about it. We are very happy with his visit. A happy, contagious guy, and I hope he has a good recovery, returns to play and helps the Brazilian team — said Marcos Braz.




NEYMAR, THE RUBRO -NEGRO

Wearing the Flamengo shirt, Neymar followed the match closely, cheering and cheering with Luiz Araújo's goals that guaranteed the red and black victory. After the game, the striker was seen in the changing rooms talking to club directors and also with players David Luiz and Léo Pereira.



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With the victory, Flamengo took the provisional lead of the Brazilian Championship, with 17 points. Rubro-Negro's next match is against Athletico-PR, on Sunday (16), at 4pm, at Ligga Arena, in the ninth round of the Brasileirão.


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REINALDO GETS ANNOYED AND TALKS ABOUT THE DUEL AGAINST FLAMENGO: "WE HAD CONTROL OF THE GAME"

Mengão is now the leader of the competition

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The Brazilian Championship has a new leader! On Thursday night (13), Flamengo beat Grêmio 2-1, at Maracanã, with two beautiful goals from Luiz Araújo, while Edenílson scored for the visitors, in a game valid for the 8th round of the Brasileirão.

In the eighth round of the Brazilian Championship, Flamengo faced Grêmio and emerged victorious with a score of 2-1. During the match, Luiz Araújo stood out, scoring both goals for Rubro-Negro. At half-time, with the game at 1-0, Reinaldo, Grêmio's left-back, insinuated that Flamengo's goal was the result of luck.

— We need to be careful with our finishing, because the ball is coming. Unfortunately, they didn't have many chances, but one they did have, they shot from outside the box and it was a goal. We had control of the game, we took the lead very well, but unfortunately we didn't score a goal - said the player, during a half-time interview.




DOMINIUM FLAMENGO IN THE NUMBERS

Despite Reinaldo's comment, the game's statistics show a different picture. In the first half alone, Flamengo finished eight times, against Grêmio's six attempts.


Considering the 90 minutes, Mengão shot towards the opponent's goal 16 times, creating three great chances to score. At the end of the game, Reinaldo was irritated by a provocation from Bruno Henrique who said: "He lost again". 


NEXT CHALLENGE

With the victory, Flamengo took the provisional lead of the Brazilian Championship, adding 17 points . Rubro-Negro's next match is against Athletico-PR, on Sunday (16), at 4pm, at Ligga Arena, in the ninth round of the Brasileirão.


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