Brazil's coach Luiz Felipe Scolari takes part in a press conference in Teresopolis on July 9, 2014 during the 2014 FIFA World Cup. AFP PHOTO/TASSO MARCELO
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Scolari, in his second spell as Brazil coach after leading them to their fifth world title in 2002, said he had not discussed his future with the Brazilian Football Confederation.He said he would only talk about the situation after Saturday's third-place match in Brasilia against the Netherlands or Argentina."We know that Saturday is not going to change much following what happened yesterday".Media have begun speculating about his replacement, naming Tite, Muricy Ramalho and Vanderlei Luxemburgo as favorites for the job.Tite, currently without a club, won the Libertadores Cup and Club World Cup with Corinthians, Ramalho has also won the Brazilian title with Sao Paulo and former Real Madrid coach Luxemburgo led Brazil for two years after the 1998 World Cup.
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