After Roberto Carlos last season, Indiam Super League could see another former Brazillian International this season.
Delhi Dynamos are in an attempt to lure in Brazillian legend Rivaldo to manage them in the up coming season of the Indian Super League. The club officials are in talks with Rivaldo and former Italian footballer Ciro Ferrara for the post of their marquee manager for the third edition of the ISL.
Since all the clubs participating in the ISL are required to announce the nammes of their managers by the end of the month, The two are the leading contenders for the job and the announcement is likely to be made within the next few days.
After starting his professional career in 1991, he went on to win 74 caps for Brazil between 1993 and 2003. The FIFA player of the year in 1999 played a crucial role for Brazil when they won the 2002 World Cup.
Ciro Ferrara is a former Italian footballer and manager. The 49-year-old has previously coached Juventus (2009-10) and the Italy national under-21 football team. As an assistant coach to Marcello Lippi, he won the 2006 FIFA World Cup with Italy. His most recent position was as manager of Sampdoria. He spent his playing career as a defender initially at Napoli and later at Juventus.