I look at the two coaches and you see clear differences. Sure, both are Libertadores winners, but the paths are so different. Bauza won the worst Copa Libertadores in history with San Lorenzo. They beat Nacional, not of Uruguay, but of PARAGUAY in the Final on a dodgy Ortigoza penalty. In the semi, they faced BOLIVAR. Two of the worst teams in the history of the competition to make the latter stages. No one in Argentina thought Bauza was a good coach, he just got lucky with an easy draw. He didn't have to face any top Argentine clubs as neither River nor Boca were not playing the Copa that year. Meanwhile, Tite not only won the Libertadores by beating Boca in the Final, but beating both Vasco and Santos- with Neymar no less- on the path to the Final. Everyone, and I mean everyone, knew Tite was the best coach in Brasil and in South America. A similar thing happened with Marcelo Gallardo, the coach of my club, who eliminated Boca twice in six months, and gave Cruzeiro a 3-0 ass beating, the worst defeat a Brazilian club every received from an Argentine club in the history of the Copa, the destroyed Tigres 3-0 in the Final, a team paying higher wages than most European clubs funded by the biggest cement company in the world. And they didn't manage a shot on target in 180 minutes Yet instead, the AFA went with a complete disastrous coach in Bauza. (BTW, I am glad, Gallardo is fine where he is) They are far more incompetent than the CBF in more than just appointing a coach. Remember, we have a 30 (yes, 30!) team top flight right now due to corruption and meddling form politicians who wanted to make the tournament more "federal" we need a top flight with 20 teams, bottom 4 go down, top 5 to Libertadores. If you have a proper league structure, the rest takes care of itself.