Brazil goalkeeper Julio Cesar believes that manager Luiz Felipe Scolari's second managerial spell in charge of the national side is a complicated job.
In his first game back as the boss of the South Americans, Scolari witnessed his team lose 2-1 to England at Wembley on Wednesday.
Following the match, Scolari insisted that Brazil need time to gel together before the 2014 World Cup, and Cesar has echoed those thoughts.
"The fact we are not playing the qualifiers complicates Scolari's job a bit," Sky Sports News quotes Cesar as saying.
"There is too little time to work. But we have to use that time the best we can. We have some friendlies against big national teams and we'll try to be well for the Confederations Cup."
Wednesday's match was Brazil's first defeat to England since 1990.