Brazilian international captain Carlos Dunga said their new coach, Wanderley Luxemburgo, can expect plenty of pressure as he takes charge of a team who are never expected to lose. Luxemburgo last coached Corinthians before taking up the hot seat from Mario Zagallo, whose side failed to defend the World Cup title in France this summer. Dunga, who led the Brazilians to victory in the 1994 World Cup USA, said the job was not a comfortable one. 'Whoever is the head coach, there is no doubt that he is under great pressure because the whole world expects us to win,' said Dunga, the most experienced player in the Brazilian squad. 'No matter what method the coach uses, he will face the same great pressure. It is difficult to win every match, especially as our opponents tend to pay more attention when they play us. 'But we are one of the strongest teams after all. We have some good young players produced every year and of course, we have good coaches to lead the team.' The 35-year-old midfielder has been playing professionally for almost two decades but he is still not calling it a day. 'I will retire one day when I am fed up with the sport,' said Dunga. 'But I am still enjoying it very much.' Former Brazilian boss Zagallo will appear in court in Rio de Janeiro next Wednesday to explain why he chose to field star striker Ronaldo in the World Cup final two months ago. Brazil lost 3-0 while Ronaldo barely featured in the game. Dunga said things might have been exaggerated, saying: 'Soccer is very important in Brazil. Even the most minor thing in the sport can become big news. 'Everyone wants to get involved in soccer and I guess the court people are the same and only want to know more why we lost the game.'