Sao Paulo - It just keeps getting worse for Brazil's national team.
In their first chance to get over the humiliating World Cup elimination, Brazil disappointed again - dropping out of the Copa America without any signs of improvement from a year ago.
Brazil's struggle in the South American tournament culminated with an elimination in a penalty shoot-out against Paraguay on Saturday, keeping the Selecao from getting past the tournament's quarter-finals for the second straight time and leaving fans wondering what lies ahead for the five-time world champions.
And the future doesn't look too good, considering Brazil has a generation with few top stars and is enduring unprecedented turmoil involving officials running the sport.
Coach Dunga says there is a need to "rethink Brazilian football, not only on the field."