The Brazilian gaffer's strict regime is not going down too well with a number of influential sponsors...According to a report on Lancenet, several sponsors of the Brazilian Football Confederation are not too happy with the strict media regime of Brazil's national team coach Dunga.
Dunga has had a troublesome relationship with the Brazilian media ever since his appointment as head coach of the Selecao. He recently made the headlines for all the wrong reasons when he insulted a reporter from Globo after Brazil's 3-1 win against Cote d'Ivoire.
The Brazil gaffer has also held several closed training sessions and the sponsors are quite disappointed with the amount of exposure they've had in the first two weeks of the 2010 World Cup.
Globo has been hugely critical of Dunga since the incident In the press conference after Brazil's group stage win against Ivory Coast and rumour has it that the TV station has started an anti-Dunga campaign.
Globo is supposedly angry that they no longer have the privileges they had in the past, being one of the CBF's biggest sponsors. Rodrigo Paiva, Brazil's press advisor, is trying to smooth the situation, but it appears unlikely that Dunga will change his regime.
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