Corinthians coach Carille hails Ronaldo effect
The 45-year-old's appointment came seven months after he ended his first spell in charge of the Brazilian giants to join Saudi Arabia's Al-Wehda.
"I was very interested to know how the fans felt about my return," Carille told reporters on Thursday.
"I was worried and spoke a lot about it with my manager (Paulo Pitombeira) and (Corinthians president) Andres Sanchez. An important factor was a conversation I had with Ronaldo, who is a friend and somebody whom I trust a lot."
Carille guided Corinthians to a top flight title and two Paulista championships during his first stint as manager in 2017 and 2018.
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