Scolari undecided on future as he denies agreeing to be Angola coach

27 April 2009 06:15
Luiz Felipe Scolari will meet his agent in the next 72 hours to talk about his return to management.[LNB]The Brazilian, sacked by Chelsea in February, denies he has agreed terms to take over the Angola national team and now faces the dilemma of accepting a lucrative offer abroad or waiting for the right opportunity in London, where he and wife Olga would like to stay.[LNB]The 60-year-old, who has been linked to the vacancy at Queens Park Rangers, said: 'It is too early to say what I will do.[LNB] Luis Felipe Scolari has been out of work since being sacked by Chelsea in February[LNB]'I can't deny contact (with Angola), but there has been nothing more than that.[LNB]'I have another three or four proposals to look at, to see the pros and cons.[LNB]'The challenges are important to me, not just financial terms and I will not rush to make a decision.'[LNB]Scolari is in Portugal where he will talk to agent Jorge Mendes this week. Mendes has been negotiating with Angola, who are keen to hire a big-name coach in preperation for their hosting of the Africa Cup of Nations next year.[LNB] West Ham 0 Chelsea 1: Kalou goal gifts Hiddink's side three points as Hammers left to rue penalty missAnelka: We can't afford another sloppy defensive display against BarcelonaCHELSEA FC

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