Sao Paulo - Not long ago, Luiz Felipe Scolari was seen as an indisputable hero in Brazil. Most agreed he was the perfect coach to lead the national team at the home World Cup.
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But almost a year after the "catastrophic" loss to Germany on what he called the "worst day" of his career, Scolari still hasn't regained the trust of local fans.
He failed in his first job after the World Cup debacle a stint with Gremio that ended with his resignation this week, just two matches into the Brazilian league season.
The experienced coach, one of the most successful ever in Brazil, left the club jeered by fans and criticized by commentators.
Now his future remains unclear.