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Brazil sack Vadao as manager after WWC

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Brazil sack Vadao as manager after WWC

ESPN Brazil's Natalie Gedra reports on the latest on Marta's future after Brazil was eliminated from the Women's World Cup by France.

Brazil women's national team coach Oswaldo Alvarez, known as Vadao, has been fired after the team was eliminated in the round of 16 in the Women's World Cup.

The Brazilian football confederation announced the move on Monday and said Vadao's replacement would be named soon.

The 62-year-old coach lasted nearly two years in his second stint with the national team. He also coached Brazil at the 2015 World Cup in Canada and at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics in 2016. Vadao was replaced by Emily Lima, and...

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In the Copa America final on July 7, Everton gave Brazil the lead, and Paolo Guerrero equalised for Peru before the hosts sealed a 3-1 win. Just three days later, both were in action for their clubs in the quarterfinals of the Brazilian Cup.

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Alejandro Moreno says that VAR created a state of uncertainty throughout the Copa America by not showing footage of what was being checked.
Gabriel Jesus exploded into tears as he took out his frustration on the VAR machine as he was shown a red card in Brazil's 3-1 win against Peru in the Copa America final.

Brazil striker Gabriel Jesus said that it was important for the team to win the Copa America at home and that pressure to play for the Selecao has seen him evolve as a player.

Jesus scored in the final victory of Peru at the Maracana on Sunday, but was controversially sent off in the 70th minute for a foul on Carlos Zambrano which left Brazil to finish the match with 10 players. Jesus stormed off the field, knocked over the VAR machine and cried on the steps leading to the locker room. He later...