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    Default club and country managment

    i am the manager of arsenal at the moment but i have just been offerd the job to manage brazil, can i manage a country and a club at the same time or would i need to leave arsenal to manage them, i have staff who also work for countrys so this got me thinking if i could fo the same.

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    Yes you can do both jobs. Go for it!

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    Yeah, you can do the same. You don't need to resign from your club job to take a country job, or vice versa.

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    Yes you can do both, but beware of taking the Brazil job, they have high expectations.

    Usually one defeat or even a draw can get you sacked.

    They have approached me about 10 times over the last few seasons, but I keep rejecting them as I'm happy with England.

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    Bear in mind that if you (in-game) don't speak Brazilian that can also have an effect too. Brazil is a hard country to manage, but at the same time... very fun!

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    thanks guys, it has just been acepted by antother manager so i missed out, england have just came last in there group at the 2014 world cup so i may get a job there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattyboy89 View Post
    Bear in mind that if you (in-game) don't speak Brazilian that can also have an effect too. Brazil is a hard country to manage, but at the same time... very fun!
    I believe Portuguese is more handy!

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    I believe that Brazilians do speak Brazilian, but you're right in that it is simply a dialect of Portuguese.

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