According to ESPN.com.br, Leonardo, ex-Milan coach is the elected to substitute Dunga. The deal should be 90% closed now and probably, in the end of July, his name will be announced. Particularly, I think it's a damn good choice. He's the exact opposite of Dunga. And this is exactly what CBF and basically everyone else DEMANDS. Extremely polite, neat, speaks 5 languages and he knows the stuff. As a manager and a coach. He took over that overwhelmed Milan team from the last season and brought it to quite some places if you consider how damaged the team was during the prep time, with a chubby, drunk, clubber and depressed star and a bunch of old and frequently injured players. A fan of offensive football, his great master - no surprise here - was Tele Santana, the author of the art piece Brazil '82. I think Brazil will be in good hands. Finally a guy who leads through his smile, not raging teeth. Someone with moral and arguments, energy and ideas to rebuild brazilian's football dignity. With arguments and persuasion enough to look into the eyes of the youngsters and ask them to stay, instead of going to Europe and call the big stars back 'cause the cup will be here, and the show must start now. I truly loved it. Considering how exciting Milan was in some inspired matches, and how far did he go even with a crappy roster, Brazil will be fine.