Brazil's coach Dunga is pictured before the start of the Copa America Centenario football tournament match against Peru in Foxborough, Massachusetts, United States, on June 12, 2016. / AFP / HECTOR RETAMAL
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There was immediate speculation over Dunga's future after Peru's contentious 1-0 win eliminated Brazil in the group stage but the former World Cup-winning captain expects to be leading Brazil at their home Olympics in Rio de Janeiro in August.Dunga bemoaned the impatience of his critics at home and repeated his mantra that restructuring the game in Brazil would take time after a painful 2014 World Cup campaign.The former Internacional, Fiorentina and Stuttgart midfielder was given the task of reviving Brazilian football after their humiliating 7-1 defeat by Germany in the semifinals of the tournament they hosted.However, after a bright start to his second spell in charge, Brazil were knocked out of last year's Copa America at the quarterfinal stage and currently sit sixth in South America's 10-team qualifying group for the 2018 World Cup.
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