New broom may spell doom for Dunga

June 29, 2007
By Andrew Downie
MARACAIBO, Venezuela - After a year of friendlies, Wednesday marked D-Day for Dunga and when the final whistle went the D stood for disaster.

The Brazil manager faced his first competitive match at the helm against a Mexico side missing at least six first choice players. They were humbled 2-0 and Dunga, like several of the players he picked, looked out his depth.

The former World Cup winning captain has transformed the side that exited the World Cup last year in ...

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