The Atletico Mineiro coach is still competing for the title, despite his pursuit of Verdão
The Brazilian League has entered its final stage and it is natural for emotions to run high, as there are still many matters to be decided. From title fights to battles for continuity, the truth is that everything remains open when there are only two rounds left to play. It is natural that the struggle to win the championship attracts a lot of attention, as Palmeiras leads and is followed by four teams that still have a mathematical chance of achieving the desired title. Now, one of the teams still in good standing is Atletico Mineiro – sitting in third place with 63 points, three behind Verdão – coached by Luiz Felipe Scolari, who is in no doubt about being named the best coach in the competition.
The 75-year-old Brazilian coach said: “For me, Pedro Caixinha was the best, because of the work he was doing in Bragantino, but I think the best is Abel Ferreira again. You may be angry, but it is Abel.” He took the reins at the club in June and faced an initial run of ten games without winning, later managing to put Gallo on the path to good results and reaching the decision-making time already qualifying for next year’s Libertadores and still in the fight for victory. the address.
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