Scolari rested on his laurels after success, says Zico

Marco Giacomelli
July 2014
Evening Standard;7/11/2014, p78
ZICO has accused Luiz Felipe Scolari of complacency, saying the Brazil coach wasted the year after their 2013 Confederations Cup triumph.


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