Brazil's coach Tite kicks the ball during a training session of the national soccer team in preparation for an upcoming World Cup qualifying match against Bolivia, in Teresopolis, Brazil, Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017. (AP Photo/Silvia Izquierdo)
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Little more than a year has gone by since Tite took over as coach of a Brazil side still reeling from embarrassing exits in the World Cup and Copa America but in that short time he has transformed the team into favorites for Russia 2018 .No one could have imagined how influential the former Corinthians coach would be, but nine wins in 10 World Cup qualifiers are just reward for a return to the form that won them a record five World Cup titles.With Real Madrid's Casemiro an automatic choice to anchor the team and Neymar still the undisputed talisman, the side is settled and there are no major disagreements over the first 11 for the first time in years.
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