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|(AP Photo/Andre Penner)In his first year as coach, Tite's former assistant Fabio Carille has caused shockwaves in Brazilian football. Halfway into the national league season, the 44-year-old Carille's team of hardworking and well-organized players is so far enjoying its best RuneScape Gold campaign ever.Corinthians has 47 points from 14 wins and five draws, and is eight points clear of closest challenger Gremio.Since Carille became coach in December, Corinthians have lost two games, and the last one was in March.
Even more impressively, his team kept clean sheets in 28 out of the last 34 matches.After only three months in charge, the new coach won his first title - the Sao Paulo state championship trophy - holding off favorites Palmeiras, Sao Paulo FC and Santos.Tite's 2015 Corinthians had the Brazilian championship's best campaign ever, tallying 81 points in 38 matches. But even rival coaches concede Carille's Corinthians could finish the season with more points.A self-described "football geek that worked in a cane mill until age 19.
Carille even managed to revive the career of striker Jo, who flopped at other Brazilian clubs and at Manchester City. The 30-year-old Jo is the top scorer in the Brazilian championship with 11 goals.Fans who didn't even know Carille until a few months ago now believe that he will become Tite's natural successor with the national team."This is all very surprising for me," Carille told The Associated Press in an interview at the club's training ground. "And much of this I owe to Tite. I am doing well now because I learned from the best in the business."
Before coaching, Carille played for Rules several small clubs from Sao Paulo state so he could remain close to his family. He started coaching less than 10 years ago as an assistant at tiny Barueri, the club where he ended his playing career at 33 years of age. Corinthians brought him to their staff in 2009.For the major titles Corinthians won under Tite, including two national championships, a South American crown and the 2012 FIFA Club World Cup against Chelsea, Carille was the man responsible for the rock-solid defense for five years.