After having a rather disappointing end to their World Cup 2014 campaign, Brazil are set to start something new under a familiar face with Carlos Dunga getting his second spell in handling Selecao.
Despite not being a new name for the national team, Dunga claims that he is keen on creating a new Selecao side that are capable of playing modern football just like any top footballing nations.
Showing his first attempt in changing things, the former midfielder made several changes in Brazil team for their upcoming friendly matches against Ecuador and Colombia.
The most notable absentees from previous World Cup squad would be Dani Alves, Marcelo and also Fred, while there’s also new additions such as Marquinhos, Philippe Coutinho, Diego Tardelli and others.
Still, many main players from the World Cup are still use by Dunga, with Neymar seemingly remain as Selecao’s main star for the new side that the tactician keen on creating.