SAO PAULO (AP) — Brazil’s football confederation has fired national coach Dunga in the wake of the team’s elimination from the Copa America in the United States.

The confederation announced Dunga’s dismissal in a brief statement Tuesday, adding that the search for a new coach has begun.

Gilmar Rinaldi, the team’s general manager, was also fired

Brazil failed to get past the group stage after drawing 0-0 with Ecuador, beating Haiti 7-1 and losing 1-0 to Peru on Sunday.

 

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