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'Don't blame me'-Dunga

BRASILIA, July 10 – Former Brazil coach Dunga insisted on Friday that he was not responsible for the team's disappointing World Cup, which ended in quarter-final elimination.Dunga, who was sacked on his return to the country, is also adamant that his players did all they could to win a sixth World Cup.

"My conscience is clear. I wanted to win, but this didn’t happen. What else can I say?" he said in an interview with O Estado de Sao Paulo newspaper.

"The players gave everything. I have nothing to reproach them for. We did what we could have done."

Brazil lost 2-1 to the Netherlands in the quarter-finals.

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