Brazil's four-time World Cup winner has died

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6 January 2024 14:03
Brazil's four-time World Cup winner has died

Mario Zagallo, the former football player and head coach of the Brazilian national team, has passed away.

Idman.biz reports that the football legend died at the age of 93.

Zagallo is a four-time World Champion. He was awarded this title twice - in 1958 and 1962 as a player of the Brazilian national team.

The specialist with a rich coaching career won the national championship two more times. He became the World Champion in 1970 as a head coach and in 1994 as an assistant coach with the Brazilian national team.

It should be noted that Zagallo played in America, Flamengo and Botofogo as a football player.

Idman.biz

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