Brazil: Tide confirms his resignation

Doha – Tait lost his desire to dance. Especially Brazil and he left the official ‘scratch to Oro’.

“It’s the end of my cycle, I won’t continue with the Brazil team, I think there’s a generation of young players left who will be taken advantage of,” Tite said.

“I’m very hurt and hurt by the elimination, but it doesn’t have to affect my decision or my plans with the Brazil team,” Tait said. “Since my rotation is over, I know another coach could come in to take my position at any moment.”

“I don’t want to take stock now, it’s not the time,” he insisted.

He said of the elimination in the penalty shootout: “I think the players came to the penalty shootouts without focus after losing the advantage at the end of the second overtime,” Tait said.

“I am not the only one who has lost. We are all lost. “We tried to do our best and our strategy was efficient because we managed to get ten shots on target, but obviously we needed more goals,” Tait pointed out.

“Now as we share our joy, we can share our sadness with the fans. Now it is not about heroes and villains, not in the game, we have to think about moving forward with this team which has very young players,” he opined.

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