Ex-Brazil coach Tite robbed on streets of Rio de Janeiro, with thief attacking 61-year-old over World Cup failure

BRAZIL’S recently deceased manager Tite was allegedly robbed in Rio.

The 61-year-old has coached the Samba Boys since 2016 and guided them to Copa America success three years ago.

Former Brazil boss Tite is said to have been robbed in Rio

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Former Brazil boss Tite is said to have been robbed in RioPhoto credit: The Mega Agency
The thief took his chain and then blew it open for Brazil's World Cup elimination

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The thief took his chain and then blew it open for Brazil’s World Cup eliminationPhoto credit: AFP

He has just returned to his homeland after guiding them to the last 16 of the World Cup.

However, their hopes of becoming a record six-time world champion were dashed by Croatia on penalties.

That led to him resigning after the heartbreaking exit.

Now things are said to have gotten a lot worse for Tite after an incident at 6am.

According to reports from Brazil, he was out early this morning when he was attacked by a thief.

He was reportedly robbed of a chain – before the person then complained and blasted him over Brazil’s elimination from the World Cup.

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