His complete name is Carlos Caetano Bledorn Verri, however generally popular as Dunga. He who was born October 31, 1963 in Ijuí, Rio Grande do Sul is a Brazilian ex- soccer players who has position as midfielder in the field, close to Italian and German descent, and a World Champion for Brazil in the 1994 World Cup also.
Currently Dunga is national coach of the Brazilian nationwide team. His nickname is Portuguese for “Dopey,” one of the 7 Dwarfs. The nickname offered by his uncle because he expected that Dunga would never ever grow to a high stature.
Dunga played on the club level for Internacional (1980-1984, 1999-2000), Corinthians (1984-1985), Santos (1986-1987), Vasco da Gama (1987), Pisa (1987-1988), Fiorentina (1988-1992), Pescara (1992-1993), VfB Stuttgart (1993-1995), and Jubilo Iwata (1994-1998). While in level of international, Dunga played 91 times for Brazil, scoring six goals. Aside from the 1994 accomplishment, he played in the 1990 and 1998 World Cup editions as well, and ended up being captain of the ream in the 1998.
Dunga never ever had triumph taking part for his clubs in Europe, however he enjoyed his greatest moments participating for his countryside. He shined and won the World Cup of 1994 and 2 Copa Americas in addition to the likes of Ronaldo, Romario, Bebeto, Jorginho, Branco as well as his intense protective midfield partner Mauro Silva.
Dunga was considered as the least Brazillian of all. His taking on was physically effective and regularly won each on one competitors. He decided splendidly in the defensive circumstances and acted as the outlet pass male that established the attack.
He let his convincing character demonstrate in the 1998 world cup where he blasted his partner Bebeto on the playing field, as long as the match Brazil vs. Morrocco. There, Brazil triumphed 3-0, and went on to become the last runners up to the hosts France.
His nickname was “Swartzenegger” following the bodybuilder star because of his stocky build and flat-top spikey hairstyle.
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