by Rodrigo Almonacid
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - (AFP) The coronavirus pandemic has swollen the unemployment rolls to record levels in Brazil, but take a moment to pity another kind of jobless worker: football coaches in the Brazilian top flight routinely fired for as few as four bad results.
Brazilian clubs are the world champions of sacking coaches, and the turnover has been high this year: 23 rounds into the season, no less than 22 coaches have already got the boot.
It is not just teams at the bottom of the table playing musical chairs with the coach's seat in . . .