Interesting comment. I'd always wondered if Lux was considered mulatto/black in Brasil. He's always seemed like a "brother" to me from the American point of view, but it's never been mentioned in any media that I have read, heard and actually was able to translate.Bordon is gone! said:Luxemburgo is a mulatto from a poor suburb from Rio, and he wears designer suits... That is enough to be called arrogant by large sectors of Brazilian society.
The "arrogant" treatment does not stick to Felipao because he is a white man from the South... Hence his roughness sounds folksy or, er, charismatic...SambaLosAngeles said:Even given my limited knowledge of futebol, I found it AMAZING - in a great way - that two black men were coaching RM and Barcelona in the latest superclasico. These thoughts aside, is Felipao considered arrogant in any NEGATIVE way in Brasil's media?