Pia Sundhage of Sweden has taken over as the coach of Brazil's women's national team with a promise of change, but not a radical overhaul.
Brazilian soccer federation head Rogerio Caboclo introduced the 59-year-old Sundage to reporters and staff on Tuesday in Rio de Janeiro.
"I'd add the American mentality, they don't play 90 minutes, they play 92 minutes," Sundhage said. "Even though they have the biggest egos, they have the best players. I want that to be contagious.
"In Sweden we are good at...