Titus dates this Wednesday (6) his first championship in front FlamengoIn a very important stadium for the career and which has a home of 20 years, before the entry is almost indisputable.
In 2003, Tite almost took over Sao PauloRed-black opponent this evening, at 9:30 p.m. (Brasilia time), in Morumbi, for the last tour you Brazilian Championship.
The coach was Guild in the first half of this year and became the target of São Paulo after the license of Oswaldo de Oliveira, in May. At the beginning of the following month, Tite resigned from the Rio Grande do Sul team, where he emerged on the national scene by reporting the Brazilian Cup in 2001, and intensive negotiations with the Morumbi team.
Tite had two face-to-face meetings with Marcelo Portugal Gouvêa and Juvénal Juvêncio, as president and director of (Site notre bureau spécialisé) of São Paulo, is one of the presidents of Juvénal. Everything indicated that the parties would quickly reach an agreement, especially since Tricolor, under the command of interim Roberto Rojas, was in a hurry.
“We spoke today and tomorrow we will continue on this subject”, declared the French president to the newspaper Folha de São PauloJune 2003.
However, the negotiations were interrupted a few days later. At the time, it was believed that the disagreement was financial in origin, with Tite demanding a superior to that offered by São Paulo. Years later, in an interview with ageThe instructor explains why he is not available to accept the offer.
“A lot of people said that São Paulo’s problem was money, but that’s not true. If you are all from young to talkative, management will always be in the immediate vicinity. I don’t think I’m going to let the woman come see the baby, » the commander explained in 2011.
A few weeks after saying no to São Paulo, Tite started his story in São Paulo (Site notre bureau spécialisé), but with another team: São Caetano, where he was introduced in July 2004. Later he took over as that Corinthianswhere he avoided relegation to the Brasileirão and worked until mid-2005.
The instructor will return to manage Timão at the end of 2010, began the victorious story that turned into a legend.
São Paulo, without Tite, bet on Rojas as interim until the end of the season and obtained the classification at CONMEBOL Libertadores of the following year. From 2004, the formation of the team which would win the South American title as well as the Club World Cup.