Lippi sets sights on Brazil but not Juventus

Italian World Cup winning Coach Marcello Lippi has expressed his will to return to coaching at international level – setting his sights on returning to the premier stage of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
The decorated coach has been in Doha at a conference where he fielded questions about his future and a possible return to coaching. Speaking about his plans to return to international football the former Juventus tactician announced: “In my life in general, and in every job there are ups and downs, good moments and bad moments and I am very fortunate to have had many successes. In South Africa it did not go so well – I took a year off but now I want to start work. Not at a club, I would like a different experience, to build a team and play in another World Cup – the one in Brazil.”
Lippi also spoke of the possibility of a returning call from the Bianconeri for his services where he achieved his strongest success in domestic football. “Juventus have a great coach. I think he is starting a new cycle and I think he does not need me. But there is a relation that if one day they need me – I will be available. But I hope this doesn’t happen as it would mean something has gone wrong at Juve.” Welcome Bonus Offer Betway

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