Corinthians is considered to be the biggest or most prestigious club in Brazil after having won the Brazilian League a total of 27 times, they are the leaders on having it collected most times. Managing a club of this level is not an easy task to accomplish as the pressure that originates from being in charge of such a high profile club is very demanding and this can be evidenced by the fact that Mario Menezes decided to resign from his managerial position in the Brazilian side.
It remains unsure as to what exactly was the reason on why Menezes stepped down from coaching Corinthians but the former coach of Brazil did reveal details concerning the situation as he said that he feels like he has accomplished his duty after having qualified Corinthians to the Libertadores Cup of next year and also securing the 4th spot in Brazil’s top tier league.
“We got some players back to form over the season, we blooded some youngsters with promising futures and in addition to all that we qualified for the Libertadores. We did what we proposed doing at the start of the season and I feel like I’ve done my duty.” Mario Menezes said.
Corinthians don’t have a manager at the moment but reports arriving from Brazil are claiming that the club is attempting to bring back the former manager Tite for the 2015 season with a monthly salary of $260,000 being given to the Brazilian manager if he decides to return to the Sao Paulo club.
Tite was in charge of Corinthians some time ago and he manage to guide the club to a number of major of trophies including: The CampeonatoBrasileiroSerie A and the FIFA Club World Cup. He has been without work ever since leaving Corinthians but could be making his return if all the pieces fall into place.